Easy Kitchen Improvements

The cost of a brand new fitted kitchen can vary considerably depending upon the design and specification that you decide upon, so regardless of your budget there are always changes you can make that will improve the appearance of your kitchen! Check out our top tips on how to approach kitchen improvements.

 

Tip 1 IconExtent of the Refurbishment

You can give your kitchen a new lease of life without having to replace everything including the kitchen sink! If you are on a budget or don’t want to upturn your home for renovations, then a few small improvements can be made to revitalise your kitchen!

Identify areas that are in good condition and or working order. If you simply wish to change the appearance of your units, you can do so by changing your kitchen cupboard handles, or by going a step further and changing the cupboard doors! There are a range of fixtures and fittings available on the market, all varying in design and finish. From bang on trend matte black cupboard handles and accessories to timeless stainless steel and chrome.

 

Tip 2 IconDIY Experience

Any tasks that you can complete yourself will help you to save money. However, it is important to realise the extent of your abilities to ensure renovations are carried out to a high standard and won’t end up costing you more in repairs! Even if you can help to complete part of the work such as tiling and painting, this will help to reduce your overall cost.

 

Knurled Cabinet Handles in Matte Black 128mm P110602BL
£6.95
Knurled Drawer Knobs in Matte Black Finish X88021BL
£4.95
Black Cupboard Handles for Kitchen with 160mm Centres P110509BL
£3.45

 

Tip 3 IconBudget

Budgeting is key to successful kitchen improvements. There are plenty of options available, all of which range in design, specification and cost. If your dream kitchen comes in over budget, this gives you the opportunity to source alternative products that meet with your criteria before work has commenced.

 

For more tips, why not check out our previous blogs on Common DIY Mistakes to Avoid and Updating Your Home on a Budget.