7 cheap ways to revamp your kitchen

You don’t have to spend a fortune to spruce up your kitchen space.
 
Here are a few ways to revamp your kitchen without spending a fortune.
 
1. A lick of paint
Give cabinets an instant update with a new lick of paint in a vibrant shade, or paint the inside of cabinets a rich red or soft pink to freshen up a neutral kitchen. These accent colours can then be continued through the kitchen with the help of accessories as well as coordinated soft furnishings. Sprucing up your cabinets with some paint allows you to achieve a range of looks, from rustic to contemporary and high-gloss.
 
2. Update your splashback
By adding a coloured splashback, you can change the whole look of the kitchen space and create a bright and contemporary scheme. This is a smart and cost-effective way to trial colour in your kitchen, and they can be changed and altered through the years.
 
3. Add pretty plant life
One of the easiest ways to add some character and colour to your space is by displaying some fresh flowers or plants. You can play around with colours and change your kitchen look from one week to the next.
 
4. Find new chairs
Whether you're eager to ditch your co-ordinated furnishings or add a burst of colour to your space, stylish seating is a smart and inexpensive way to do it. Mix and match styles for a cosy, unique feel.
 
5. Lighting
Add instant impact with a stylish lampshide or dramatic pendant lamp, which creates a focal point for the room.
 
6. New hardware
Give your kitchen a new lease of life by swapping out your cabinet handles for something more dramatic. For example, try switching crystalised knobs, which reflect light beautifully and add a luxurious update to your space.
 
6. Brighten up your sideboard
From decorative mugs to patterned storage containers, lighten up your kitchen by investing in patterned and bright countertop ranges, cookware and china, ideal for adding colour to a neutral space, and easy to update.
 
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