Weekend Kitchen Updates

Dated: April 12 2021

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The kitchen is the focal point of most homes and should not only look good but be as functional as possible. We are going to share with you some easy updates you can do in your kitchen on a weekend. Read on and happy updating!

  1. Replace your sink- when it comes to sinks you have lots of choices for style and function. Some popular sink styles to consider are farmhouse/apron, under-mount, stainless steel, granite composite, cast iron, and single bowl sinks
  2. Change your faucet- there are lots of options now for kitchen faucets. Pull-down sprayers, touchless faucets, commercial-style faucets, and more.

  3. Swap out your cabinet hardware- switching out your hardware is a very simple and generally low-cost way to give your cabinets a fresh new look!
  4. Add decorative lighting- new light fixtures can be an instant eye-catching piece of design.
  5. Replace the registers/vent covers. There are all kinds of styles and designs that can give your home a new trendy look. (Baer Steel Floor Register)

Bottom Line

Updating your kitchen doesn’t have to be a major project involving designers and contractors! These are some simple tips you can follow to give your kitchen a brand new feel! If you would like more information on the design services at Moxy Real Estate + Design, give us a call!

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