Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized contemporary u-shaped ceramic floor enclosed kitchen idea in London with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, laminate countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, no island and paneled appliances — Houzz
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Propia Limited added this to
7. Refresh a kitchen. Obviously a brand-new kitchen can’t be bought for less than $400, but you don’t need a whole new one to boost your cook space. There are many ways you can give your kitchen a quick and easy update for a fraction of the cost. Consider replacing cabinet handles, painting doors, regrouting tiles, adding a new bead of sealant at the back of your countertop or even replacing your sink fixtures. It might require a little DIY to come in under budget, but it will definitely be worth it.
Cheryl Freedman added this to
Learn to love your perfectly functional kitchen. Yes, we get it, in an ideal world you’d probably like a professional-quality stove, a huge island and a separate breakfast bar with six bar stools. But in fact, if you have a stove, fridge, sink and enough counter space for a chopping board and toaster, you’re doing just fine. The key is making the space you have both functional and appealing to use. This all-white kitchen is spot-on: tiny but modern and chic.
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Time to Tidy the KitchenKeep surfaces clear. Think about those fabulous kitchen showrooms: gleaming counters and stove-tops, organized refrigerators. That’s how you want to present your kitchen. Make sure the surfaces are as clear as possible and that every nook and cranny is clean. Keep smaller accessories such as coffee makers to a minimum, and make sure they, too, are spotless.
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Hate this. Too stark with high gloss and cold flat lines. It “too white” I agree. It's devoid of personality. It's a kitchen that someone never uses. (Jeffrey)