Updating your kitchen doesn’t have to be a money-sucking headache. In fact, you can give your kitchen a new lease on life in no time for around $2,000. Here’s how:
Update your paint. A new coat of paint will spruce up any kitchen. Apply a lighter shade to open up a cramped space or choose a deeper hue to add a splash of class to dated décor. How much does a kitchen-saving coat of paint cost?
Install a new backsplash. Old paint and peeling laminate can drag a kitchen down. Update the room with an awe-inspiring backsplash. Classic subway tile, modern glass tile and useful (but beautiful) stainless steel are great ways to change up the look of your kitchen.
Add stylish hardware. Install a new faucet or cabinet pulls in your kitchen for a quick-but- gorgeous update to your kitchen. Swapping out your cabinet pulls is a simple DIY job — all you’ll need is a screwdriver and a little time. Installing a faucet requires some know-how.