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Is your kitchen in desperate need of a makeover, but your wallet’s feeling a bit tight? Updating a kitchen doesn’t always mean new stainless steel appliances or marble countertops; there’s plenty you can do to give your kitchen a facelift without breaking the bank.
Before you start any kitchen update, declutter and pare down your storage. Start by working in sections in your pantry, cabinets or drawers. Donate items that are in good shape and get rid of items you no longer use or need. Consider installing organizers to ensure your pots, pans or containers have their own space to reduce the chances of your kitchen getting cluttered again.
Garden windows let in plenty of sunlight and help to make your space appear larger. By installing a garden window, you’ll have 360° views of the outdoors, plus a new windowsill to style with stacked cookbooks or an indoor herb garden. Garden windows may also have ventilation features that allow fresh air to circulate within your home.
Painting is one of the most cost-effective ways to transform your kitchen’s look. A fresh coat of paint on the walls or cabinets can make a significant difference in your kitchen’s look. Choose a color scheme that complements your taste and existing decor, but don’t be afraid to get out of your comfort zone and try something new.
Your kitchen table and countertops are prime real estate for adding a fresh vase of flowers, showcasing your cookbook collection or styling fun trinkets. Play with color and texture on your kitchen table by incorporating funky placemat patterns with your favorite dishes. If you have open shelving, consider adding decorative vases to spruce up your decor.
A deep clean goes a long way for your kitchen. Invest some time into scrubbing away dirt and grime from your windows, walls, baseboards and crown molding. Over time, corners of our homes can collect dust—and we tend to forget about it! Clean windows and walls instantly make your kitchen look more inviting and well-maintained. A store-bought or DIY glass cleaner solution is great for cleaning window glass, while a damp washcloth will help to clear away any dust build-up.
Open shelves help to make your kitchen appear larger while displaying your glassware and dishes. For smaller kitchens, open shelving means you won’t have bulky cabinets taking up crucial space, giving you more room to store your favorite items. Plus, you’ll be able to display heirlooms or loved kitchen implements in pride of place for guests to admire.
An old faucet can make your kitchen feel dated, especially if it doesn’t reflect your style. Consider replacing your faucet with something more modern, and don’t forget to check out the range of available finishes. If you have a leaky faucet, be sure to address those issues with your plumber to fine-tune your kitchen’s function.
Proper lighting plays an essential role in the mood of your kitchen and home. Replace old or dim lightbulbs with energy-efficient LED bulbs. Depending on your preferences, you may opt for bulbs that emit a softer, gentle white light or a cool-toned, bright white. Whatever you decide, remember to double-check that your new lightbulbs are compatible with your fixtures.
If it’s within your budget, consider replacing your old windows with newer versions that allow plenty of that beautiful Baton Rouge sunlight to enter your space. Natural sunlight can make your home appear larger while creating a welcoming and cheerful atmosphere. Diffuse the natural light with sheer curtains to give your kitchen a cozy feel.
Your kitchen probably isn’t the only space in your home that deserves an upgrade. With Window World of Baton Rouge’s custom exterior home products, you can instantly improve your home’s appearance and value. Get started by requesting your free estimate today!