HOW TO GIVE YOUR KITCHEN A MAKEOVER FOR UNDER $3000

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HOW TO GIVE YOUR KITCHEN A MAKEOVER FOR UNDER $3000

Are you on a tight budget? Are your preparing to sell your old charmer?  Or would you simply like your kitchen to look a bit more modern and less like a seventies eyesore?

The secret to an inexpensive kitchen facelift is to use your existing bits and bobs. Don’t just throw out the whole old cabinetry – keep what’s in good nick, toss out what’s not and improve the rest.

Read on and find 5 easy ways to get that designer look for under $3000!

  • Transform your dated kitchen cabinets through spray-painting it professionally

Cabinets are the heart of every kitchen. And the most expensive part as well. Luckily you won’t need to break the bank to get rid of this peeling vinyl pantry, the wanna-be-marble formica fronts or the old oak drawers. You can completely transform your kitchen by re-spraying the cupboards. Revamp your ugly cabinets with a fresh layer of crisp white paint and you won’t recognise it anymore. If done professionally by a specialised workshop, you’ll be amazed of your like new kitchen.

  • Shop around to get a stone benchtop from $300/m2

You have been eyeing out the new benchtop for months, years?  You should have it! When it comes to kitchen renovations the benchtops are one of the biggest decisions – and one of the most recognisable features. A stone countertop has become way more affordable in recent years. If you shop around you’ll easily find suppliers that offer engineered stone for as little as $300 per square meter for standard colours. Made using natural ingredients, engineered stone is not only an affordable option but also a very hardy and durable investment in your dream kitchen.

  • Hardware – get a high-end look for a low-budget price

When replacing your old door knobs and handles – find your style first and then beat the brand on price. Yes they do say- you get what you pay for – but seriously a stainless steel handle is a stainless steel handle and you can’t go wrong with the no-name price-line. New hardware is a very easy way of giving your old kitchen new glory for next to nothing in cost.

  • Bright and sparkling – complete the look of your kitchen with new lights

Energy saving LED’s, hidden worktop lighting, industrial pendants or ambient wall features: Plan your lighting and choose a style that matches your kitchen. The kitchen is a versatile space and the lighting should not only allow for the different uses of the area but also complement these. Under-cupboard lighting is the best solution for task lighting as it does not over shadow the workspace and is well hidden. Make it dimmable and you have instant ambience when entertaining in the evening. Pendants over the benchtop add drama to the scene and open up the space. Of course remember to use an electrician to change the lights for you,  as it’s illegal to do it yourself.

Declutter, declutter, declutter – if you want the new sleek design there is no easier, no cheaper way to get it then to declutter your counters. Organise fresh fruits and veggies in one neat basket that matches your kitchen style. Get rid of all the chargers and wires by creating a dedicated charging station and arrange your utensils and spices in a wall rack or hidden drawer. Manage your space and start with those gadgets you don’t need. Truth told: If you don’t use it on a daily or weekly basis – put it in the cupboard or the walk in pantry. You’ll be amazed how different your kitchen looks once you got rid of all the miscellaneous items.

Want to get an idea how we could transform your kitchen? Give us a ring on: +61 8 9303 2176 or request a quote here: http://www.dianellapolishing.com.au/contact/

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