Entrepremom’s Tips: Kitchen Renovation on a Budget
Brick patios make kitchen renovation easy on the pocket. If you move in into a new house and finds out that the kitchen is kind of outdated, you got to start planning for a renovation! Here’s how you can do it:
A Complete Renovation
If you have enough savings for a kitchen renovation, then by all means do a complete one. Just be reminded that new kitchen appliances, electrics, floor and wall tiles, decors plus the fees you need to pay for your plumbers, cost a lot. If you opt for a complete renovation, go all the way because cutting corners would often lead to not-so-good outcomes.
Kitchen Door Replacement
The door makes impressions, this is why it is recommended to keep it in top shape. More often than not, the kitchen is still okay, it’s the door that look a little worn. Once this gets replaced, the kitchen will feel like new. This is necessary especially if you have a limited budget and you are facing an old and tired kitchen. It might not give you a brand new kitchen, but this provides a cost-effective solution to your kitchen problem.
Here are some benefits when you decide to replace your door and worktops:
- The new style of the countertops will surely complement your theme
- New kitchen doors will now match your custom kitchen
- To complete the look, invest in matching kick boards, plinths, and cornices.
Some people are just so blessed that they can come up with good things out of plain wood, nails and a hammer. Go around your neighborhood and look for kitchen carcasses so you can build your own kitchen. If you are the DIY type then probably you have all the necessary tools to fix and upcycle some kitchen stuff.
Hope these options can help prolong the life of your kitchen until you can afford to do a complete kitchen overhaul.
Do you have any other tip? Feel free to comment below.