Remodeling your Northern MN kitchen doesn’t have to cost a fortune. If you’re looking to sell in the coming month & want to update your kitchen to help market your house or maybe you just purchased a new home and your budget is a little tight, below are some budget-friendly tips to consider.
5 Budget-Friendly Kitchen Updates
1) Update Your Kitchen Faucet
Pick up a modern design at the local hardware store for a quick budget-friendly update.
2) New Cabinet Hardware
Better Homes and Gardens says “Think of hardware as kitchen jewelry – add new metal or glass knobs for an easy kitchen cabinet update”. This is probably one of the most budget-friendly way to updated your kitchen.
3) Add a Backsplash
If you’re looking for a quick upgrade that you will enjoy for years to come, try something as simple as adding a backsplash. It’s amazing what an updated backsplash can do for an outdated kitchen.
4) Update Your Lighting
Say goodbye to brass & gold. Even if you don’t have the budget for new fixtures, pick up a can of Rust-Oleum spray paint & paint the old fixtures for a new look. If you have an island or breakfast bar, consider hanging pendant lighting. A series of three pendants gives you sufficient lighting and is in line with today’s trends.
5) Paint Your Kitchen Cabinets
Don’t have the budget for new cabinets but you’re tired of the dated finish, refresh your cabinets by painting or staining your cabinets. There are many “how to website” with step by step examples.