Budget Kitchen Remodels with Builders Surplus Kitchen & Bath Cabinets

Kitchen Remodels that Max Quality on a Small Budget

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If you’re trying to breathe some new life into your kitchen, but you aren’t planning a majorly expensive overhaul, there are a number of small changes you can make that won’t cost you a pretty penny. At Builders Surplus Kitchen & Bath Cabinets, we know all about kitchen renovations. Take a look at our top tips for kitchen remodels that ensure your budget is safe.

1. Paint it White

Whether you choose white, blue, or pastel pink, adding a new layer of paint to cabinets immediately spruces up your kitchen without breaking the bank. Mismatched furniture suddenly becomes boho chic when you create a comprehensive color scheme that matches your other wooden elements. A kitchen remodel doesn’t have to include brand new cabinets and drawers when paint does a perfectly good job.

2. Add a Light

Accent lighting does an amazing job changing the space and feel in your kitchen. Pendant lights over the sink, kitchen table, or island are perfect for creating a new focal point. These dangling accent lights come in a number of different styles and sizes to ensure the perfect fit for your existing décor. They also elevate the look of your kitchen without resorting to a pricy chandelier.

3. DIY Wood

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Installing butcher-block countertops or adding wood pieces from thrift shops and garage sales is a simple, elegant, and functional kitchen remodel solution. Both of these projects are easy to complete without involving a contractor and the DIY element can help you bond with your family. Go shopping together to find pieces everyone loves and make re-sanding and painting your finds a group project.

4. Accessorize

Renovating your kitchen doesn’t always have to include big installation projects and repainting. Adding the right accessories to your kitchen imbues it with character as well as providing points of interest and pops of color. Whether you choose a statement fruit bowl or a series of unique wall pullouts, every little piece makes a big difference.

5. Remove a Little Bit

Sometimes, less is more. When it comes to your kitchen, removing the cabinet doors and creating open shelving gives the kitchen a more streamlined, de-cluttered look. It also makes it easier to grab what you need as you’re cooking and provides additional spaces for colorful displays of crockery and cookware.

Additionally, you may be forced to ensure your kitchen is always organized because there’s no way you can always get everything off the countertops and simply shut the cabinet door.

Help from Builders Surplus Kitchen & Bath Cabinets

Whether you’re planning a big kitchen remodel or a budget kitchen remodel, Builders Surplus Kitchen & Bath Cabinets is here with kitchen remodel tips, advice, and support. We’ve been in the business of helping homeowners create their perfect kitchen or bathroom for over 48 years. Reach out to us with any questions you have on kitchen remodeling, get estimates or visit our showroom and warehouse of over 20,000 cabinets assembled and in stock today!

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