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15 Jan
Kitchen Remodeling Tips That Will Leave Your Kitchen Inspiring

Your kitchen is without doubt the heart and soul of your home. It is a place that homeowners give special attention to; a place where you want it to look as appealing as it should always be. But, no matter how much care you take of the kitchen, over time it will be in need of a makeover. This, however, should not scare the daylights out of your cheery self. Small changes can make a very big impact on your kitchen. If your kitchen has seen better days and you are in dire need of remodeling, here are five subtle kitchen remodeling tips that can make a difference:

Painting Your Kitchen

Do not neglect this part when you are remodeling your kitchen. It is an easy and cheap way of remodeling yet will give your kitchen breathtaking results. You may choose to apply a new coat of paint in various parts of your kitchen including trim and door sills, walls and backsplashes. The wall especially benefits from a new sprinkle of paint plus you can change the design of your kitchen cabinets by just giving them a different color coating.

Refacing the Countertops

These are the central part of your kitchen. It is where your eyes fall the moment you walk in the kitchen. They are also the place where you do most of the meal preparation and therefore require special care and attention. The current trends in the market when remodeling the countertops is to go for laminate, stone, butcher block or granite. Painting the countertops around the edges also gives your kitchen an awesomely aesthetic appeal.


We have already mentioned that your cabinets can benefit a lot from a new coat of paint. Apart from the paint however, other subtle changes such as changing the door handles can add more glamour to your kitchen. If the doors are older and you feel that the new door handles will not complement them, you can choose to change the whole door set.

New Appliances

You have done everything to remodel your kitchen, but still feel that something is amiss. You have spent time trying to figure out what it is. Old appliances can make your home kitchen feel older and duller, even after you have gone to great pains to have it remodeled. Refrigerators, stoves, and dishwashers will need to be changed if they are too old. This will leave your kitchen feeling newer.


The floors are the final bit to take care of when remodeling your kitchen. Fortunately, this can be cheap and easy to accomplish depending on the type of flooring you want to install in your kitchen. Laminate and vinyl flooring are by far the most easy to install. If you have a larger budget, hardwood or ceramic floors will probably be a better choice.

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