These ideas can take any room from blah to stunning even if your budget is small. Choose one or several you might even fool your friends into thinking you did a whole kitchen remodel
Create an accent wall
There are endless possibilities to accomplish this. You can paint, hang shelves and art, add a Geometric or Psychedelic tile design, or wallpaper.
Add Bold Furnishings
Give you old tables and chairs new life with a new stain or paint job or check out local sales to score deals on new furnishing to make a statement in your kitchen. Building pallet furniture can be practically free!
Accessorize, Accessorize, Accessorize
Accessories can upgrade a space easily on a budget while giving your room a fresh, new feel. Adding rugs, pillows, art, towels, outlet plates, and other small touches to match your aesthetic will give your room the designer feel, even on a budget.
A new faucet or cabinet doorknobs can give your kitchen an upgrade that feels expensive but really isn’t
Paint or Stain Your Cabinets
This can be a chore but if you do your research and take your time this inexpensive kitchen upgrade is sure to change the look of your kitchen.
Hang New Lights
Transform your kitchen from dull and sad to sunny and bright by adding some new lights!
For more inspiration on ways to take your kitchen to the next level read Brevard Tile’s Kitchen Remodeling Tips
Use Creative Storage Ideas
The recent Brevard Tile blog Small Kitchen Storage Tips has some tremendous cost-effective ideas to get your creative and organizational juices flowing
Turn Your Fridge into a Chalk Board
Some inexpensive chalkboard paint and a little time are all this takes! Takedown the ugly wall calendars and make your fridge a hub of art and communication in your kitchen.
Install a Backsplash
This can range from cheap to pricey depending on the materials you choose. Whatever your budget there is a backsplash choice that with change your room for the better.
Kitchen Remodel FAQ’s has some great answers to frequently asked questions from local homeowners about kitchen renovations. Make sure you don’t miss another tip from the Brevard Tile Blog by joining here