Inexpensive and Easy Kitchen Upgrades

If your kitchen needs a facelift but your budget is falling short, we have some inexpensive and easy kitchen remodeling ideas that can wake up a tired, outdated look.

Install a New Sink

A new sink, like this double white farm sink, becomes a useful addition to your kitchen and also serves as a unique standout feature you’ll love for years to come.

Farm sink

Install a Pull-Down Faucet

If your sink is in good condition, then splurging on a new pull-down faucet is a great way to upgrade your look while simplifying time at the sink. It will save you time doing dishes and make hard-to-reach places easier to clean.

Pull down faucet

Paint an Accent Wall

Another quick and inexpensive kitchen upgrade could be to add a pop of color to your kitchen by painting an accent wall in a rich hue. The contrast will bring new depth to the room and bring life to a tired space.

Accent wall in kitchen

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 Paint Your Cabinets

Painting your cabinets can take them from shabby to chic. You’ll be amazed at the transformation and how much money you can save.

Paint kitchen cabinets

Update Cabinet Hardware

Switching out cabinet handles and pulls is an easy and practical way to update the look of your kitchen. Whether you go traditional or trendy, it’s money well well-spent with lasting benefits.

New cabinet hardware

Reface Your Cabinets

If your kitchen cabinets have seen better days, refacing them may be the way to go. Cabinet replacement, where cabinets are pulled out and replaced, can take weeks or months and can be very costly. An inexpensive kitchen upgrade could be Cabinet refacing . This option is much more cost-effective, not to mention fast. The dedicated staff of Granite Transformations will measure, craft and install custom cabinet doors, drawers and hardware in just days, not weeks. Granite Transformations offers a variety of cabinet colors, styles and finishes – all of which are moisture, heat, scratch and impact-resistant.

Kitchen cabinet refacing

Install New Countertops

Countertops are the workhorse of your kitchen and can take the brunt of everyday wear and tear. Granite Transformations offers an innovative, fast way to refresh your countertops with an overlay process – simply by placing a new countertop directly over your old one. Quartz and recycled glass countertops from Granite Transformations are heat, scratch and stain-resistant, and require very little maintenance – with no sealing required. Countertops can be installed in as little as one day, so you can have what feels like a new kitchen overnight. Your friends won’t believe how fast and gorgeous your new kitchen looks.

New kitchen countertops

There are many other ways you can refresh the look of your kitchen without taking on a major renovation – we have more easy design and decorating ideas in this blog. Choosing the right countertop material for your lifestyle might be challenging – we break down the pros and cons of the most popular countertop materials so you can make an informed decision.

Schedule your free in-home design consultation with Granite Transformations today and find out how we can help you upgrade your kitchen with cabinet refacing, new countertops or a gorgeous mosaic tile backsplash.

4 replies
    • Ian Pfister
      Ian Pfister says:

      Hi Donna! It’ll usually save you twice the amount to reface than having brand new countertops installed. If you’re looking for more information you could check out a post we made about this here, or contact us directly here with any questions you may have!

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    • Ian Pfister
      Ian Pfister says:

      Hi Debbie! Cabinet is a great way to remodel your home and kitchen without having to completely replace them. You can check out a more in depth explanation here! Also if you wanted to check out a comparison on cabinet refacing vs replace, you can also check out here! Also take a look at our product selection to see what exactly we offer here! Hope this helps!

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