Kitchens tend to be one of the most used house areas; they are places where food and memories live side by side. As time goes on, the wear and tear can begin to show on the cabinets and countertops but giving a worn-out kitchen a facelift does not have to break the bank. Here are three ways to update a kitchen without a complete remodel.
1. Replacing Cabinet Doors
Replacing cabinet doors is one of the quickest and easiest ways to make a kitchen look almost brand new again. The doors come off with relative ease and can be custom-built for a reasonably low price. Installing the new doors can be done by anyone with a steady hand and a screwdriver.
2. Installing a New Countertop
The cost of a brand-new kitchen can be pretty high. If the cabinets are still in good shape, replacing only the countertop is a fantastic option.
When some houses are initially constructed, the builder may install a lower grade countertop such as laminate to keep the cost down. Upgrading to granite countertops in St Charles or quartz can transform the look of the kitchen and raise the value of the house at the same time.
3. Refacing Cabinets
It is not uncommon in a house with painted cabinets to have them repainted instead of being replaced, especially if the cabinets are still in good shape. This process is called “refacing” and will revitalize the look and feel of the area. This method is by far the least expensive option when looking to update a kitchen while on a budget.
Homeowners don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to make a kitchen look brand new. With a couple of upgrades in the right spots, anyone can have a brand-new kitchen for only a fraction of the cost.