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We are smack dab in the middle of a kitchen remodel. It’s been a long time coming; my mom has been planning to update the kitchen in her house since I was in MIDDLE SCHOOL. We decided to dive in this week and do some updates, but we are on a tight budget. It’d be great to gut the entire kitchen and put in brand new appliances and cabinets, but that would cost way too much. Here are 5 ways to do kitchen updates on a budget.
Kitchen Updates on a Budget
This is the absolute easiest way to make a dramatic change in your kitchen. As I mentioned, it’d be great to replace all the cabinets, but that’s extremely pricey. A little TLC and a coat of paint, and you can have a pretty dramatic makeover!
Replacing the knobs and pull handles on your kitchen cabinets and drawers can bring a modern look to a dated kitchen but buying them individually can add up quickly. One way to save is to buy the knobs in bulk or multi-packs. Another idea is to clean your current hardware and give them a coat of spray paint.
There are a few different options for backsplash. You can put up individual tiles, tile sheets, or peel and stick tiles. Another option is to paint a stenciled design if you are really short on cash.
Paint the walls
In addition to painting your cabinets, a fresh coat of wall paint is another inexpensive kitchen update idea. If it’s been a few years since you’ve painted, you may just need a fresh coat. But you could also go with a new color and give your space a whole new look.
Accessories can be purchased gradually, making this a budget friendly upgrade! Add decorative canisters, cutting boards, or display your cookbooks. Just don’t go overboard – no one likes clutter!
Another Way To Save:
When you’re ready to head out to do some shopping for your kitchen remodel, be sure to check Groupon for coupons! You can find coupons for my favorite, The Home Depot, and a ton of other popular stores like Bed Bath and Beyond, Walmart, and even Amazon!