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Kitchen Remodeling Ideas

by Product Specialist

Looking to remodel your kitchen but have no idea where to start? Check out some of our ideas to get your creative juices flowing!

  1. 1. Open up! Get rid of upper cabinets and opt for open shelves instead. This will help a small space feel much larger and provide a place for you to display dishes, vases and other objects of interest. The lowest shelf should be about 18 inches above the counter.
  2. 2. This one is a given- upgrade your appliances! Switching from basic black or white to stainless steel makes a world of difference. While you're at it, switch to energy efficient appliances to help with lower the utility bills!
  3. 3. Update your cabinet hardware. You can easily add more personality and style by adding upgraded knobs and pulls. This is a simple way to transform your basic cabinets into something special.
  4. 4. Paint! A little color goes a long way. Freshen up the walls, cabinets, even ceilings with a fresh coat of paint. This is one of the quickest, most budget-friendly updates there is.
  5. 5. Add some backsplash. This is yet another super simple way to transform your kitchen. Choose a tile that matches your style, whether it be classic subway or iridescent mosaic, and add instant flair!
  6. 6. Change up the counters! New countertops can change the look of the kitchen completely. Try traditional marble for a more upscale look, or go for soapstone for a more modern look.
  7. 7. It's all about the lighting! Brighten up your room with new lighting fixtures. Large florescent bulbs can look very harsh. Try smaller ceiling lights, mini pendants and under-cabinet lighting that you can control with dimmers.
  8. 8. Re-think your sink! Larger, apron front sinks are becoming more and more popular. A more spacious sink will come in handy more often than you may think! Top it off with a nice, new faucet.
  9. 9. Chalk it up! Create a chalkboard wall in your kitchen to keep track of grocery lists and weekly menus.
  10. 10. Don't forget the floor! If you aren't a fan of simple tiled kitchen floors, consider wood paneling or even stained concrete floors.