How to completely transform your kitchen for under $1,000
An attractive kitchen can be a huge selling point for a home. If you think your kitchen needs updating, you might be surprised to learn that a minor kitchen remodel will yield a greater return on your investment as opposed to a major kitchen remodel. According to Remodeling, a trade magazine for contractors and builders a minor kitchen remodel is estimated to return about 102.3% of your investment, whereas a major kitchen remodel will only return an estimated 81.1% of your investment.
You can even give your kitchen a fresh new appearance for under $1,000!
Your kitchen cabinets may look tired and outdated, but a simple coat of paint might be all they need. Try Rust-oleum Cabinet Transformations, which requires no stripping, sanding or priming!
Granite or Corian might be out of your budget for your kitchen counters, but have you ever considered a nicely finished wood counter? Wood accents are growing in popularity as they add warmth and texture to your home. A few thick boards, stained and sealed, is all you need for an affordable, stylish countertop!
While you’re at it, use a few thick pieces of wood board for rustic open shelving.
A nicely tiled backsplash is the finishing touch to a well-designed kitchen. Help stretch your dollar further by checking the clearance section in the tile store where they have smaller quantities at a fraction of the price.
Swap out your old cabinet handles and drawer pulls to compliment your newly finished kitchen cabinets. Also invest in a new kitchen faucet, you will thank yourself later.
Check out this total kitchen transformation that only cost $800!
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