If you’ve grown tired of your kitchen, updating it doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
With some careful planning, there are plenty of inexpensive ways to freshen up your space.
Hanging art is a simple way to add colour to your kitchen. Be mindful of placement and the possibility of food winding up on your prints.
Indoor plants have made a huge comeback, especially for apartment dwellers - and the kitchen is no exception. Try it and see.
Streamline your crockery
If your cupboard is full of mismatched plates, bowls and cups, you aren't alone. Streamlining your crockery is a quick way to make your kitchen feel clean and organised.
Add a rug
If it's good enough for the bathroom, then it will work in the kitchen too. Just make sure you stay on top of dropped food and clean regularly.
Change the handles
You’ll be surprised at the difference such a small change can make. Swapping out the handles can be done in an afternoon and will make the world of difference.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.