Want a Stylish Kitchen But on a Budget?

Big style, limited funds, and a kitchen remodel? These terms are rarely used interchangeably. However, with a few smart, money-saving tips from the best professionals, you can significantly reduce the cost of your kitchen remodel. These experts are here to help you get the kitchen you've always wanted, whether you're trying to maximize your cooking space or give an outdated kitchen a makeover.

You will want a long-lasting kitchen design.

Begin by considering the long-term viability of your kitchen's design. Examine the overall color scheme — do you really want bright, vibrant colors? For your essential high-ticket items - countertops, cabinetry, and backsplash - it may be safer to lean toward calming tones. A classic kitchen style almost never disappoints, so you'll be able to enjoy it or resell it for many years to come. Choosing neutral colors for your new kitchen design can truly be a future investment!

1. Reface your cabinets for a completely different look.

Professionally refaced cabinets are a long-term, transformative design solution for your kitchen renovation. Cabinet refacing, also known as cabinet resurfacing, gives your kitchen an upgraded beautiful look and ambiance without costing too much. In fact, refacing reduces construction time, cost, and environmental impact. This timesaving, money-saving method is ideal for homeowners whose kitchen layout will not change.

2. Laminate: endless possibilities

Look for laminates and you'll find a whole new world of stunning countertop options. These low-cost countertops are both long-lasting and cost-effective. The most recent laminate options include upscale marble looks, stone varieties, a variety of wood grains, and more! Furthermore, the popularity of laminate extends to refaced cabinets and flooring.

3. Add some color to it

With wall paint and decor, you can liven up your renovation and add a splash of personality. Accent walls, lighting, and home accessories such as throw rugs, seating, decorative dishware, and window coverings can be used to liven up a neutral kitchen design. Adding bright colors from either side of the spectrum to create new accents for your new room 

4.Invest in high-quality flooring

Save money by installing luxury vinyl flooring that looks like fine-grained to rustic wood planks. Vinyl is a low-cost flooring option that is easy to maintain and virtually maintenance-free. Another advantage? Chic vinyl flooring is far more comfortable to walk on than tile or ceramic flooring.

5.Make it brighter.

Quartz countertops in light colors are popular in-home design. And with good reason! Quartz is beautiful, hygienic, and long-lasting. 

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