Sunday, 29 January 2017

Styling out your kitchen without the big budget makeover

The kitchen is also known as the hub of the home. The room that everyone seems to congregate to. You cook in it, your children may do their homework in it, you eat, and you communicate with your family and friends. However, as it is one of the most well-used rooms in your home, it can also be one of the rooms that can cost the most to renovate. But, you can style up your kitchen without the big budget. I wanted to share with you some of the ways you could do it.





Consider the accessories you have on display

One of the first things you could consider would be the accessories you have on display in your kitchen. This can actually help transform the kitchen area and shopping online and looking at ranges like Kitchenware UK can help you pick out statement pieces for your work surfaces. However, you may also want to think about things like not having too many things out, as this can give the impression of a cluttered space and mess. Be selective with what you have in your kitchen sand be proud of the pieces you choose.


Change the colour scheme with a little paint


Colour can make such a huge difference to your any room and your kitchen is no different. Think about the colour scheme you already have, perhaps taking into account the things you have on display, and then choose a wall to paint. A feature wall is a great addition to a kitchen,and can then be used to display things like you favourite family snaps, a wall organiser and a plaice to plan your meals. Helping it to really come together as the hub of the home.


Paint the kitchen cupboard doors


The ultimate change anyone would like to make to their kitchen is to replace it in its entirety, but this is an expensive job. So if the carcass and kitchen look good but perhaps the kitchen cupboards look a little outdated then a great tip would be to just ain’t the kitchen cupboard doors instead. You could be bold with bright colours to add a different look, or you could keep things simple and paint them white or cream. Going neutral can often give you the flexibility of changing your colour scheme more often in terms of what you display and wall colour. Giving your kitchen more options in the future without the need to invest so much time.


Change one big thing


Finally, you may want to think about changing one big thing in your kitchen if you want to give the impression of a full makeover. This could be as simple as changing the light fitting or something as drastic as changing the flooring. Such a big surface area can really change the whole feel of a room. Tiles could also be a great addition to a kitchen, and doing the floor and the walls could help to. Make a kitchen feel brand new, when only one big change has been made.


I hope that these tips help you style up your kitchen without the big budget.
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