Updating kitchen cabinets on a budget
A few of our favorite sources for inserts and organizers include IKEA, The Container Store, simplehuman, and Rev-a-Shelf.
Wire shelves and under-cabinet baskets make sure you're using all the space available in your cabinets, and even your fridge and freezer.
I've had it for a few years now, and it's held up under even the highest mound of drying dishes, which made it worth the price.
As someone without a dishwasher, it makes a big difference to have a reliable dish rack — not to mention it looks nice sitting on the counter. As mentioned, it's often hidden under a mound of pots, pans, and dishes!
) Putting in brand-new countertops is not a small change.
So to improve on what you have, try one of these tips.
Instead, we deal with our kitchens' quirks and inconveniences on a daily basis.
If you're going from say, knobs to pulls (or vice versa), this project may involve a little drilling (and filling in of old holes), but it's still doable in a weekend. If you really love the look of open shelving but don't relish the idea of tearing down your upper cabinets, take baby steps instead by removing the doors of a few of your upper cabinets. Instantly, a whole new look for your kitchen — and for only half the work of painting all the cabinets.You support us through our independently chosen links, many of which earn us a commission.I'm always so inspired by dream kitchens like this cottage kitchen in Maine or any one of these gorgeous, glamorous spaces.If you're a renter and can't make any permanent changes, top a portion of your countertop with a big, handsome cutting board. If you're not a renter and are feeling ambitious, you can try painting your countertops.Faith and I have both swapped the dirty, dingy white switch plates in past and present kitchens for stainless steel ones.
These 10 small changes are easy upgrades, but they'll go a long way towards making you feel more organized and uplifted in your kitchen.