4 Upgrades You Can Make to Your Kitchen NOW
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 April 2015 11:54
Written by bkshowplace
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 11:54
Your kitchen is the heart of your home, and no where do we understand that better than in Texas, where we have big families with big appetites. Maybe you’re thinking it’s time to show your overworked kitchen a little extra love, but you don’t have the budget for a complete remodel at this point. Here are a few tips for ways you can improve your kitchen right now. Each one of these projects is relatively inexpensive, with a low work effort (taking from a day to a weekend).
Easy Kitchen Upgrades:
1. Paint Your Cabinets
Are your cabinets outdated? You do not need to replace them; you can paint them! With a fresh coat of bright paint and new hardware on your cabinets, your kitchen can be made to look drastically different without too much of a strain on your time or finances. There are literally hundreds of DIY tutorials online for how to take your cabinet doors off and get started. Any local hardware or home improvement store will help you find the best paint, gather your supplies, and offer you advice throughout the whole process. Trust us, it’s doable!
2. Add a Backsplash
Another simple idea – add a colorful backsplash to your kitchen behind your sink or above your countertops. This one improvement can…dare we say it?…make a splash! It’s amazing the difference a few tiles can make.
3. Install a New Sink
Of course, at The Bath & Kitchen Showplace our passion is plumbing fixtures. We feature the best manufacturers who are always coming out with new and improved sinks that are more durable and beautiful than ever. We’d love to help you find the one that could makeover your kitchen in an instant. Schedule an appointment with one of our professional consultants today.
4. Install a New Faucet
Along the same lines, a new faucet can go a long way to improving the overall form and function of your kitchen. Consider one like Delta Faucet’s Touch2O Technology touch faucet. Simply installing a new faucet can bring your kitchen into the 21st century.