Believe it or not, not all of our kitchen renovation projects involve ripping down walls and installing new cabinets, counter tops etc.
Here's a glance at a budget friendly kitchen redesign that involved paint, new appliances, and some accessories.
Once upon a time there was a sad looking kitchen...
With dated cabinets and blinds and appliances that were not so fancy..
We decided to breathe new life to this kitchen. But we had to do so on a budget. A tight budget. Starting from scratch wasn't an option, so we removed the doors and got to work painting.
And painting...and oh, did we mention that there was a little flooding incident? Hence the fan as we tried to make sure the house was nice and dry after that fiasco...
Soon enough, the kitchen started to look a tad refreshed.
We removed the dated crown molding (which my client HATED) added some soothing grays to the wall, which was a great contrast against the crisp white of the cabinets. We also changed the handles with some inexpensive ones from Home Depot.
Our client splurged and got some sparkling new appliances - yay!
And I found all sorts of treasures on my shopping trips.
A relatively new kitchen at a fraction of the cost for a full scale renovation.
Get the Look
Paint - Sherwin Williams
Handles - Home Depot
Blinds -Blinds by Tommy Taylor
Accessories - Home Goods, West Elm