A kitchen renovation can be among the most expensive home improvement projects, but you don’t have to spend a fortune to whip up your meals in style. Cook up some extra storage, style, and function in your kitchen with these great kitchen design ideas.
How many different things can you hang from a hook? Pot holders, mugs, cooking utensils, recipe clips … the options are endless, and a hook can be placed just about anywhere.
10 Tips for a Low-Cost Kitchen FaceliftA Touch of Whimsy
For a quick, inexpensive way to add creative accents to your kitchen, replace the knobs, pulls, and hinges on your cabinets. There’s a limitless array of options, and you can finish the job in a weekend.
10 Tips for a Low-Cost Kitchen FaceliftPull-Out Perfection
Anyone who’s ever gone rooting through the back of their kitchen cabinets knows a thing or two about the convenience of pull-out shelves. This one from ShelfGenie includes multiple shelves for easy storage of small kitchen accessories and appliances.
10 Tips for a Low-Cost Kitchen FaceliftShine a Light
It’s hard to slice and dice your dinner preparations when you’re working in your own shadow. Solution: Under-cabinet lights shed some light on the subject, putting an end to the dark days of squinting to see what you’re cooking.
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10 Tips for a Low-Cost Kitchen FaceliftNew Heights in Storage
You know the drill: If you want something on the bottom of a pile, you have to take everything out to get to it. Not so with stackable wire shelves — they’ll elevate your storage and possibly your mood.
10 Tips for a Low-Cost Kitchen FaceliftThe Great Divide
A place for everything, and everything in its place—that’s an old saying you can put into practice with these drawer organizers. The convenience won’t cost you much, either; drawer organizers start at about $3.