11 Ways to Update Your Kitchen Without Remodeling

JENNA KATE AT HOME

Renovating a kitchen is expensive. If you don’t have the budget, you can still use these cheap ways to update your kitchen without breaking the bank or busting out the hammer.

A runner in front of a long span of cabinets is a nice way to break up your flooring and add some color to your space. Even if you can’t afford to replace your floors, you can disguise them – or at least distract from them – with a pretty runner.

Add A Kitchen Runner

Nothing downgrades the look of a kitchen quicker than an old, leaky faucet. Even if yours isn’t quite leaking yet, a shiny new faucet is like beautiful piece of jewelry in your kitchen.

Replace The Faucet

One of the grossest parts of our kitchen when we moved in was our off-white laminate countertops. I had dreamed of an all-white kitchen for a long time, but this was not exactly the vision I had in mind.

Replace The Counter Tops and Sink

Sounds fancy and expensive, right? Wrong! There are so many simple DIY projects you can do in a kitchen to totally transform how it looks.

DIY Architectural Detail

Installing a backsplash might seem daunting, but it’s actually a very straight forward process once you watch a few YouTube tutorials and have the right tools.

Install a New Backsplash

While replacing appliances is not exactly budget-friendly, it does require little effort on your part. Order the appliances, have them delivered and installed and your outdated kitchen will look all shiny and new.

Replace The Appliances

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