Cheap ideas for updating kitchen cabinets
I fill the sweet little julep cups with a few blooms until their next use. Keeping them filled has seemed to deter other miscellaneous items being placed there . We have it up slightly higher since we have a narrow island and Chris tends to hit his head on light fixtures.I added a soft sisal runner, though I keep alternating it with a red and navy traditional rug. The sisal is plusher, which I prefer for washing dishes. The previous owners used it as an eat-in kitchen, we decided to take advantage of the sunroom and make it a breakfast nook, eliminating the need to squeeze a kitchen table in the open area.Martha’s Turkey Hill kitchen has been notoriously filled with copper, which reminds me of my Grandma’s basement kitchen.You had to have 2 to make all of the pies she knocked out!The copper canisters make the room cohesive while adding more storage space.We also painted the walls in a soft cream to blend with the backsplash.
While it’s a quick fix, there are a lot of other simple and inexpensive things you can do.
In the era of Pinterest perfection, it seems we’re all striving more than ever for a picture perfect home.
If painting cabinets white and updating countertops and a new backsplash aren’t in the budget or your husband refuses to paint perfectly good oak cabinets, you’re not alone.
Replacing them with a more modern style isn't always possible, but that doesn't mean you have to live with ugly cabinets.
You can update your laminate cabinets in several low-cost ways, so they look like new and make your entire kitchen feel a little more on trend.
I say kitchens because it evolved through the years.