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Small Ways to Update Your Kitchen’s Style

If you want to stay up to date with kitchen design trends but not commit to a full remodel, we have good news for you: you can! Choosing to upgrade a few key elements can make a world of difference. 

Read on to learn how you can update your kitchen’s style without the price tag. 


Change the pulls/handles on cabinets

Something as simple as new handles on your cupboards and drawers can make a world of difference. 

Metallic pulls are on trend at the moment, and give your kitchen joinery a touch of luxury. 

Alternatively, if you’ve got the budget, replace cabinet doors with push-to-open or soft-close mechanisms to streamline your cupboards and drawers. 


Upgrade small appliances and put them on show

If you’re splurging on a new kettle or toaster, it only makes sense that you have it on display. 

Sometimes all it takes to give your home a mini kitchen renovation is a fancy new kettle, especially if you’re choosing a colourful one from our partner Smeg! 


Fit a glass cabinet door

Replace one or two cupboard doors with glass-fronted ones to display your favourite pieces like plates, bowls and decorative pieces.

This way, you can inject some colour and personality into the kitchen that won’t date, while changing up your original kitchen design. If you get bored, you can always switch out the contents!


Hang artwork

The easiest way to liven up any room is by hanging wall art. If your kitchen has an empty wall, fill it with a print that matches the style of your space and personality. 

If you’re thinking of renovating your kitchen further down the track, choose some art that reflects the kitchen designs you like. This way you can test how well you like it before committing. 


Cookbooks and plants

Cookbooks are a classic way to update your kitchen decor’s style. Stacking a few of your favourites in a prime space on the bench is not only convenient, it looks nice too. 

Indoor plants are a great way to inject some colour and freshen up your kitchen. Choosing herbs like mint, coriander and basil to have on display means you’re doing double duty. 

Is it time for a kitchen renovation? Chat to the award-winning team at our kitchen showroom  today!

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