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How to Update Your Kitchen on a Budget

Posted by admin on May 16, 2019 at 1:56 pm. Filed under: General

You do not need to buy a brand-new kitchen to achieve a fresh look in your home. In this blog post, we explore how to update your kitchen on a budget.


New Worktops

One of the most significant features in your kitchen is the worktops and if yours looks a little tired, replacing it with a brand new one is a guaranteed way to freshen up your cooking space. We supply many different types of materials, but if you are looking for an inexpensive option, our laminate surfaces are ideal. Costing from just £60, our oak effect, walnut effect, Taurus beige and white laminate worktops not only look great but are easy to install and maintain.

New Cabinet Doors and Drawers

Aside from worktops, the next features to catch your eye in a kitchen are the cabinet doors and drawers. By removing your old frontals and replacing them with brand new versions, you can lift the feel of your kitchen and give the appearance of brand-new cabinets. Our standard Traditional and Shaker doors start from just £55. To learn how to install them visit our guide on How to Choose and Install Cabinet Doors.

New Handles

If you think replacing entire cabinet frontals is a bit extreme, you can achieve a similar effect by just swapping your handles. We supply a wide selection of knobs and pull handles for both contemporary and traditional settings, so you are bound to find one that will instantly freshen up your kitchen.

Replace Old Taps

Accessories or fixtures made from stainless steel, chrome or aluminium create a real distraction if they are tarnished, damaged or tired. Taps are a good example of this. If yours are past their best why not replace them and add the shine back into your washing area.

Conceal Your Bins

Clearly, bins are an important accessory, but having them on display is not always best for your kitchen’s appearance. Our Easy-Cargo waste bins are available in a 40L single bin or 19+30L dual designs. They have been made to fit inside your cabinets so that you can easily conceal unsightly refuse.

Now you know how to update your kitchen on a budget, which of these tips do you think you will try? Let us know in the comments below. Do not forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for even more stories like this or subscribe to our newsletter for updates and information about new products, special offers and competitions.

 

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