Stylish And Practical Ideas For Your Kitchen Remodel



A kitchen remodel costs $25,656 on average (or $150 per square foot), Home Advisor reveals.

Smaller projects, on the other hand, tend to fall between $10,000-$15,000. Whether you’re in the market for simple or extravagant upgrades, a kitchen remodel can enhance style, convenience, and functionality while increasing the value of your home. By opting for the right design ideas, you can refresh your kitchen and turn it into your dream space.


Update your cabinetry 

Your cabinetry plays a key role in the overall look and feel of your kitchen. So, consider which style of cabinetry works best for you and your needs. For example, glass-front cabinetry can instantly brighten up the space, while providing you with the opportunity to show off your best china. Glass-front cabinetry is also practical as you can see where you keep everything. Keep in mind, however, glass does require regular cleaning to get rid of inevitable finger smudges. Alternatively, opaque cabinetry may be more up your street. Painting your cabinets in bright colors, in particular, is a great way to inject life and personality into your space.


Include a kitchen island

A kitchen island can be a transformational kitchen upgrade. Able to hide extra pull-out shelves, cabinets, and drawers, it’s a simple yet effective storage solution. Larger islands can even fit refrigerator drawers, sinks, and even a stove or grill, while smaller islands still provide a valuable extra workspace to help during cooking preparation. Although kitchen islands can be an expensive kitchen addition, they’re a lot more affordable than a full kitchen remodel. Kitchen islands can cost anywhere between $3,000 to $5,000 on average. When it comes to financing options, a cash-out refinance can allow you to access money you’ve already paid into your mortgage and use it to pay for the renovations. This therefore eliminates the need to take out extra loans, mortgages, or credit cards, the Home Loan Expert explains.


Opt for a tile backsplash 

A tile backsplash can be a beautiful and functional addition to your kitchen remodel. Not only do they look stylish, but they also protect your walls from inevitable spills, splatters, and grime. They’re also versatile and available in a range of colors and patterns to suit any and all kitchen styles from contemporary to country. Dark backsplashes, in particular, are a modern trend that can add a touch of sophistication to your kitchen. A dark green or navy backsplash contrasts beautifully with bright white cabinetry, while also being a practical color for kitchen use. While you can opt for a backsplash over the entire wall, smaller backsplashes are an alternative option used to cover smaller areas behind your range or between cabinets and countertops, for example.


The kitchen is the heart of your home, so it’s important it looks good. By updating the cabinetry, including a kitchen island, and opting for a tile backsplash, you can successfully increase the style and practicality of your kitchen.


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