4 Minor Kitchen Updates That Bring High Value
According to Remodeling Magazine, 60% of homeowners begin a remodeling project within six months of moving into their new home. If you fall into this category, or are simply considering renovating a portion of your home, the kitchen is a great room to start with! With modern home design connecting kitchens and living areas into one space, this area becomes a gathering spot for family and friends. Impress guests with a spruced up look – but also get your money’s worth – on these four minor kitchen renovation projects below.
Thinking of renovating other rooms in your home? Check out Daltile’s post and helpful infographic here on “Remodel Projects That Offer More Bang For Your Buck.”
[/su_column] [/su_row] [su_row] [su_column size=”1/2″]1. Replace cabinet doors
Kitchen by Masterpiece Design Group; Photography by Studio KW featuring Alexa pendants and chandelier
Replacing cabinet doors is a great way to refresh your kitchen’s look without taking on a full renovation project. Install soft-close doors and new knobs and drawer pulls for an affordable and functional update.[/su_column] [su_column size=”1/2″] 2. Refresh with new paint
Another inexpensive way to rejuvenate this popular room in your home is through a fresh coat of paint. Get ahead of the game with these popular shades for 2017:[/su_column] [/su_row] [su_row] [su_column size=”1/2″]3. Add a tile backsplash
Project completed by Toll Brothers featuring Caress pendants.
With a 60+ year lifespan, tile adds value as well as visual appeal for any guest that walks into your home. Focus on a small area and consider ceramic or glass tile for inexpensive materials that offer a wide variety of texture and color options.[/su_column] [su_column size=”1/2″] 4. Update lighting
Kitchen by Mary DeWalt Design Group featuring Bay Court pendants.
Switch out small ceiling lights for larger, more energy efficient fixtures. LED products offer numerous benefits, with long lifespans and minimal maintenance requirements. Consider adding in recessed, task or undercabinet lighting for even illumination when cooking and preparing meals.