Kitchen designs come in all sizes and shapes, and the same surfacing materials, appliances and cabinets can look entirely different in someone else’s home than in yours. Countertop materials, come in a great array of choices, and the same goes for in-kitchen dining furniture, walls, and flooring. So even if your cooking zone is small, it is not hopeless. You can remodel it into a remarkable space easily, without spending a fortune.
To create a functional, yet distinctive kitchen design, you need to look at your kitchen with an eye to what might serve as a focal point. A long wall, alcove or large window can be the start. Pretty much anything you want can be executed with the help of a great design team. We wanted to ease your life so we rounded up some amazing renovation ideas to increase your home’s value.
BRIGHT WHITE CAN HIDE OUTDATED CABINETS
New cabinets are one of the biggest expenses in any kitchen remodeling. If your cabinets are in good shape, you can give them a new look. White paint is ideal for your space. It will make your kitchen look fresh and will save you money. Interior designers recommend washing, then priming and painting them using high-quality white color.
ADD OR CHANGE LIGHTING
If you don’t like the overhead fixture, or the lighting in your kitchen is dim, change it! Switching out an a light fixture doesn’t have to be expensive and is much easier than it sounds too. Under- cabinet lighting will improve the ambiance in your kitchen and make the time spent there more relaxing.
ADD A RUG
You can give a totally look to your old and ugly laminate floors in you kitchen by putting down a red inch cotton rug. You can make any room in your home with tile flooring more warmer with a rug. To make a statement, choose a colorful design.
The right appliance can make your kitchen feel more expensive and finished. Cooktops, refrigerators, and other device with stainless steel finishes are always a great choice. If possible, replace all of them for a more cohesive look. If you can afford just one, replace the fridge or the dishwasher.
A neutral color palette is just ideal for flooring and countertops. It may sounds boring to you, but neutral colors go great with everything. This means that you can change the style of your kitchen in anytime, by adding accessories in any color you want, and without investing in new cabinets, surfaces, etc.