Kitchen Makeover On A Budget
Are you looking to spruce up your kitchen but don't have the money or patience to tear everything out and start over from scratch? There are a ton of ways to bring new life into your kitchen without doing a whole kitchen remodel.
Painting Your Cabinets
Painting your cabinets can freshen up your cabinets without having to get any professionals involved. It can be a week end project that does take some preperation but is not something beyond a DIYer. Check out this article at http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/repainting-kitche... for step by step directions.
Refacing or Restaining Your Cabinets
Now you are moving up the ladder as far as difficulty. You can reface your cabinets by yourself or get a local company that specializes in cabinet refacing involved. If you are DIYer who has the time and talent can get step by step instructions at http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/how-to-reface-and...
Looking to get away from that laminate countertop and into something more upscale? Most local countertop specialists have showrooms for you to come and choose a new countertop. Most companies will specialize in marble, granite, quartz, stainless steel or wood and many companies will offer free quotes. Big box stores like Home Depot or Lowes can offer a wide range of materials to choose from.
A new backsplash is a great way to change up the look of a worn out kitchen. Mix in some metal tiles with ceramic to break up the look. With our pewter wall tiles you can choose a favorite design and then your favorite color from one of our 9 designer finishes.
Our PHDT-59 wall tile. 2"x2" in Oil Rubbed Bronze
New Cabinet Hardware
You didn't think I was going to leave this one off did you? Changing cabinet hardware is a great way to add some new flair to a dated kitchen. We have tons to choose from and many designs can be co-ordinated with your new backsplash tiles.
Our PHDK-89 in antique brass that will look great with the PHDT-59 wall tile.
Everyone has to watch their money these days but don't think that you have to be stuck with a tired, worn out kitchen. You can change the look on a limited budget too. Don't limit yourself to thinking that a kitchen remodel has to be a huge project that you have to spend tens of thousands of dollars on. Sometimes just a week end of some elbow grease and quality products can do the trick.