High gloss white and orange cabinets brighten the kitchen and new gray laminate countertops with a metal edge added to the retro feel. The backsplash was created with green subway glass. Behind the range and the right of the stove, vintage bottle caps add a vintage flair. All of the appliances are now stainless steel.
Modular granite tiles are a great option for creating a a high-end look on a budget. Not only are they easy to install, but they also cost thousands of dollars less than a granite slab. Stylish, aluminum-frame doors breathe new life into the existing cabinets. Finally, removing the peninsula opens up the kitchen and makes room for a new dishwasher.
Creative, low-cost updates make this kitchen one of a kind. Inexpensive stock cabinets were styled with glass inserts and a coat of white paint, while a nature-inspired mural adds a ton of character for only $125. A custom-built walnut and steel tea cart and an exposed brick chimney add even more unique charm.
Knocking down a wall and adding a large, arched entryway was a dramatic and cost-effective change for this kitchen, transforming it into an open and inviting space for just $710. A new peninsula provides extra seating, while a chandelier, a glass-tile backsplash and wall decals add a bit of glitz and glamour.
This updated kitchen features new custom cabinets, a colorful backsplash tile and travertine tile flooring. The poured-concrete countertops, new stainless steel appliances and tech-friendly accessories finish off the kitchen. With the left over funds, they finished off the adjacent dining area. The custom cabinets were made with a dark stain and shaker style doors.