A beautiful new kitchen doesn’t always have to come with a big price tag. In some kitchens, a few strategic changes can turn an outdated kitchen into a modern place they want to cook and dine in.
Under Cabinet Lighting
Under cabinet lighting is an inexpensive way to modernize your kitchen. Often this lighting can be installed without upgrading electrical or adding outlets. If you want to show off your cabinets and countertops, consider adding this upgrade to your kitchen remodel wish list.
Durable counters can last forever which is a good and bad thing. While it’s helpful not to have to replace them often, long-lasting countertops can often look like they’ve been around forever. If your cabinet boxes are in good shape, consider new countertops to make your kitchen look brand new.
Outdated flooring comes with a host of problems; it can start to look its age, be harder to clean, and stain more easily. If the floor is wood, the wood can be sanded down and refinished in another, more modern color. For other situations, a luxury vinyl floor or tile floor can give the room a whole new facelift.
A kitchen backsplash can be the perfect inexpensive finishing touch for a kitchen. If you want to keep the project cost low, ask your contractor to install an inexpensive tile in a unique pattern. Have an expensive tile that you’ve got you really like? Have it installed as a small stripe with a more inexpensive tile around it or add it as a feature wall over the stove or cook top. Your contractor may have suggestions for a unique look;