A New and Improved Kitchen on a Budget

June 23, 2020 2:51 pm


If lockdown has started to take its toll on your home, you are not alone. DIY and home improvements have become something of a national hobby over the last few months, with people wanting to spruce up the place they are currently spending more time in than ever before. If your kitchen has seen better days, there are some great ways that you can inject new life into it, and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune either!

Flooring – Often overlooked, the humble kitchen floor sees it’s fair share of spillages, breakages and general household traffic wear and tear. It is also something that you should definitely consider replacing if you want to make the most of your kitchen. Laminate wood flooring from https://www.irwintiles.ie/wooden-flooring/laminate-flooring.html is perfect for a kitchen floor.

Work Surfaces – If you consider how much space work surfaces take up; it is no wonder that they have the power to completely change the look of a kitchen. Upgrading work surfaces is an easy way to make your kitchen look brand new.

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Lighting – Updating your kitchen lighting can give it a whole new look too. Spotlights and lighting in the undersides of cupboards, as well as hanging lights are attractive and modern, as well as giving your kitchen a whole new lease of life.

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Cupboards and drawers – A really good way to update your cupboards and drawers without even having to replace them is to pain them. There is a really handy guide to show you how to do this here.