How to Love Your Kitchen Again Without Breaking the Bank

Styles have changed over time. Today, more and more people are thinking of ways to update their kitchen to capture the new trends in color and style. What many don’t realize is that there are ways to do this for far less than you think. 

The first thought may be to gut the entire kitchen. This is a great choice if you want to change the floor plan and start from scratch. However, with such a large undertaking, you’re looking at a huge mess along with months of construction and a hefty price tag. An alternative to the “complete gut job” is to work with what you have and change the look. 

 If you have cabinets that are in good condition, but are just worn out from years of use or have an outdated color, then painting is the way to go. It’s a fraction of the cost and only takes days instead of months to complete without the mess. 

 To further transform your cabinets, I would suggest adding some extra touches. This includes molding to the side panels and crown molding to the tops of the cabinets. Then finish the look with light rails to create a more custom look. 

You could also change the hardware to a more updated finish and larger scale. All these things are the new trends in style for the home. 

 Some other things to consider when looking at a kitchen remodel are changing the backsplash, including new appliances and new counter tops, and updating the lighting. These small adjustments can make a big impact for a relatively minimal investment. 

 For the past twenty years, I have worked with clients to transform kitchens, along with many other rooms in their homes, using the latest styles and current trends without breaking the bank. Let me help you transform your kitchen cabinets to a new fresh updated look! 


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Written by Lyndsay Fogarty

Lyndsay Fogarty has had many roles at Central Florida Lifestyle, working her way from intern to contributing writer to managing editor. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida’s Nicholson School of Communication where she earned her degree in journalism. Along the way, she has learned that teamwork and dedication to your craft will get you far, and a positive outlook on the present will get you even farther.

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