Want to give your kitchen a refresh without having to remodel your whole space? Then you have come to the right place!
We’re sharing 6 ways to refresh your space without breaking the bank.
Focus on Furniture
Have an eat-in kitchen? An island with barstools? Updating your kitchen’s furniture is an easy way to give your kitchen a new look without hurting your bank account. Some of our favorite cost-effective ideas are:
- Reupholster seat cushions
- Accessorize with fresh pillows
- Re-staining bar stools/wooden tables and chairs
- Add a pop of color with a fresh coat of paint
- Upgrading your barstools
Walking a mile from the cup cupboard to the fridge? Have a Tupperware cabinet from hell? If you’re not already on the Marie Kondo train, you’re about to be! Organizing your kitchen for efficiency is an easy way to get your kitchen looking and working good!
Here are our some ideas to get your kitchen in tip-top shape!
- Matching containers and labels
- Efficient cabinet space
- Use baskets and trays to organize items in your
- Clean out your open shelves to display your most reached items
- Use organization tools like file organizers to tackle pot and plastic container lids
3. Add Some Color
An easy way to update your space is by adding a pop of color! This can a be big or small change like updating your dish towels or by adding a long runner! Check out some of our favorite ways below!
- Window treatments
- dish towels
- wall art
- rugs and runners
- pillows & cushions
4. Mark it Up
Have you seen the latest craze of chalkboard paint? It’s a really unique way to make your kitchen efficient and unique through decor.
Some of our favorite places to incorporate chalkboard paint is on:
- Feature walls
- Old Mirrors
5. Look to the Floor
Don’t forget your floors! Updating your flooring or by adding rugs are a great way to give your kitchen a light makeover that really makes an impact.
From complete new flooring to giving it a new look DIY style, listed below are some great ideas to transform your kitchen’s floors.
- Replace flooring with new tile/wood floors
- Paint your existing flooring with stencils
- Add runners & accent rugs