7 Tips For The Ultimate New Year Kitchen Makeover!
Updated: Jun 24
Happy new year, folks!
While we’re all gearing up with resolutions and things to do this new year, your home and kitchen deserve a remodel or an improvement to keep up with all your adventures. The new year is the perfect time to create that dream kitchen of yours, although it’s not always feasible to opt for a full-scale renovation, there’s always a way to update your kitchen without necessarily investing in new decor or remodelling the interiors.
We’ve put together our best tips to help you get started with your latest kitchen update!
Cabinets, Cabinets, and Cabinets!
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Buying and setting up a fully furnished cabinet is always expensive, renovating one without a doubt is too! The best way to give a new look to your kitchen is to work the magic on the cabinets. Give a new look to your cabinets by painting and redecorating them. Gloss, matte or different colors, you can’t go wrong with this one.
Make a Splash!
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Backsplashes have become very popular lately and why wouldn’t they be? Bright, popular and the perfect way to make a statement in your kitchen. Choose anything from a glass pane to a sophisticated textured design to truly personalize and create your unique kitchen.
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Out with the old, in with the new. It’s time to give a refresh to all the old kitchen hardware and equipment. Old appliances are less efficient, tend to suck up more power and take more space. Opt for smart appliances that are fashionable, sleek and feature-loaded too!
New Year, New Gains!
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Whether you’re looking to cut down on waste or grow fresh produce, composting is a relatively inexpensive way to do both! Instead of throwing away scraps and garden waste, store them to make compost and grow some fresh greens.
Shelving it half!
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Give your kitchen space a whole new feel by repurposing your kitchen shelves. If you have open walls or unused shelves, consider adding, removing or repurposing those shelves. The objective is to focus on how you can revamp the space to minimize the cooking process workflow.
‘Smartify’ the Kitchen!
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The slow art of cooking has taken a rapid turn with advanced technology in recent years. Voice assistants and iOt platforms are making a mark as a personal kitchen companion. Get voice-guided cooking instructions, manage timers, build shopping lists and order groceries directly too! Get started with Alexa devices with the Echo and the Dash buttons.
‘Light’ up your Space!
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The average American spends 37 minutes on an average in the kitchen. Might as well spruce it up, right? Showcase your best display pieces, opt for soft lighting or overhead /under-cabinet lighting to create dramatic effects. Contrast it with minimal paint or decor to compliment the look.