The kitchen has long been known as the heart of the home and Bestlaminate is here to inspire with 3 ways to update your kitchen.
It is no secret that most people desire a beautiful kitchen. Take a step back, analyze the space and make a realistic, affordable approach to your kitchen area. You can do much more than installing new laminate floors. Here are three tips to update your kitchen.
1. Utilize Your Space Well
Take a look at what you have in your kitchen. Does everything actually belong there? Take a weekend to organize your drawers and cabinets. You’ll be surprised at what you can accomplish by simply organizing. Find drawer organizers, cute containers to place on the counter and kitchen accessories. You can organize and personalize your space at the same time.
Take a look at the lighting in your kitchen. Is there enough natural lighting in this area of your home? Once you have made the decision that you need to invest in more lighting in your kitchen, your kitchen will thank you. One simple way to add more lighting in your kitchen is to install under cabinet lighting. There are many types of DIY under cabinet lighting display units in the market place today. By adding more light, your kitchen will immediately appear bigger than before. With lighting strategically placed underneath your kitchen cabinetry, you will be making the best use out of your kitchen work space.
3. Counter Tops and Flooring
Take a serious look at the most important parts of your kitchen: The counter tops and the flooring. Outdated counter tops and worn flooring can really make your kitchen look ugly and drab.
Consider different counter top and flooring options. Although it seems like a big investment, choosing counter tops that were made to last, like stone or quartz, is a great investment. Choose a design that compliments the color scheme of your home. Flooring is also made to last, so invest wisely and choose something that will make your kitchen look fresh and bright. Laminate flooring is a cost effective way to get the look you want with the durability you need.
Have you updated your kitchen recently? Share the updates you made in the comments below!