3. Hardware Updates
When remodeling your kitchen, consider upgrading existing hardware. This could mean replacing your sink hardware or it could include your cabinet and drawer pulls. It’s really up to you and your budget.
It’s fine to start small, but remember: The more hardware you replace, the bigger the difference you’re going to make in the overall look of your kitchen.
4. Add a Backsplash
Traditionally, the backsplash only went about a foot above the counter. However, these days, the backsplash goes the whole way up to the cabinets and range hood.
It has become an eye-catching accent piece rather than just a necessary waterproofing addition.
5. Add Lighting
Last, but certainly not least: lighting! One of the biggest complaints that homeowners have about their kitchen is the lack of lighting.
Updating your kitchen can be a great way to refresh your home and enhance its value.
Anita Ginsburg is a freelance writer from Denver. You can follow her on Twitter.
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