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Unhappy with the look of your kitchen? Old cabinets? 70's style flooring? Leaky faucet? As time goes on, aspects of our kitchens can break down or look outdated. However, it isn't always easy to update your kitchen. Here are a few ways to update your kitchen with little effort or money!
Update your kitchen cabinets
You don't have to purchase all new cabinets to get a new look. It can be as easy as changing out the door handles and drawer pulls! Updating these elements can bring a whole new look to your kitchen with very little money. Plus, they are easy to replace – you only need a screwdriver!
The other option for updating your cabinets is to paint them. After sanding down your cabinets, you can apply either a whitewash finish or a couple of coats of paint. This can create a nice clean, updated look.
Update your kitchen flooring
Do you have old linoleum or cracked tile flooring? You can easily cover up these floors with a floating wood floor. Believe it or not, these are relatively easy to install on your own and are great for kitchens. Just head to your home improvement store and ask for assistance in choosing the best one for your kitchen. They can give you pointers on making the job as easy as possible. Don't be afraid to ask questions!
Update your kitchen sink
You don't have to put in a whole new sink to get a new look. A new faucet can do wonders! I am in love with the look of the Moen Kinzel pullout kitchen faucet in Spot Resist Stainless! Just look at it…
Its simple, refined lines create a stylish faucet for any kitchen. The Reflex flexible hose system is ergonomically designed to work with you, provides smooth operation, easy movement and has been inspired by real users. Moen really knows what they are doing!
Updating your faucet is a relatively easy project to do on your own. Just follow the instructions that come with your Moen faucet and, again, don't be afraid to ask questions when you purchase it at Lowe's.
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Have you updated your kitchen recently? What tips do you have to share?