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How to Give Your Kitchen a Lift for Winter

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The kitchen plays an important role in any home. It’s not just the place where meals are made, it can a place for socialising with friends, making cakes with the kids or a cup of tea and a chat with a friend. So, when you’re thinking of doing any home renovation, it’s only right that the kitchen is considered with the same weight as other rooms in the home and with winter just arriving, there are number of ways you could give your kitchen a touch of TLC.

A New Fitted Kitchen

 

A drastic step, granted, but if your kitchen units have seen better days, then there could be a need to rip them out and start anew. Some kitchens are so outdated that no amount of touching up is going to cover it up. However, it needn’t break the bank necessarily, as there are some amazing deals on new kitchens if you are willing to shop around. This cost is cut even further, if you’re not in need of any new electrical appliances for your kitchen.

 

Making the Most of Space

 

Should you have a small kitchen, making the most of every inch of it can make a big difference. If you simply don’t have the room to play with, then ensuring there is plenty of cupboard space can help. The majority of the time, a kitchen will only feel ‘too small’ when you don’t have enough space to put everything, meaning things that are meant to be away, are out, through necessity. A tidy kitchen with all things put away neatly, will always seem bigger.

 

A Touch of Paint

 

Not all kitchens will need major work, in fact, a lot of the time, all it needs is freshening up with a lick of paint. Tired, yellowing walls are instantly freshened up with a new coat of paint. You could even add a touch of paint to worn wooden cupboard units and make them look as good as new.

It’s an inexpensive route to take and one that can create a wonderful new look for your kitchen.
New Flooring

 

Kitchen floors take a beating, almost every day of their lives. Having to cope with dirty shoes, hot food dropping on it and all manner of kitchen related wear and tear, it can eventually takes it toll, making the floor of your kitchen looking old and worn.

You could opt for the economy route and simply replace your floor covering with a roll of laminate, which will have the desired effect or you could future proof your kitchen floor by installing ceramic or stone floor tiles, which will stand up to any amount of abuse. It’s an investment that will pay you back with how good it looks and how long it looks good for.

 

Garbage Disposal Units

 

Though still primarily used in the US, the garbage disposal unit is becoming ever more popular throughout the world and it is a feature that will add real value to your home. Able to simply shred waste put through it into a much more manageable state for disposal, this useful gizmo can be used to create compost or to rid your home of that unsightly overflowing bin in the corner.

 

In Summary

With a little focus and intent, it is possible to make your kitchen look fresher, more modern and more inviting with a few simple steps. You can spend a fortune on renovation, but it’s not always entirely necessary. A clean, well kept and well maintained kitchen is a space in the home that will be used for years and years and hold many memories.

To find out more about painting, decorating or renovating your home, why not visit our website at www.sprucepainting.com.au.

 

Give your kitchen the love it needs and deserves and you’ll be enjoying it for years to come.

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