Get the look Buy now: Ideal Home Pair of San Fran Dining Chairs – Black, £149, Very If the basic structure of your kitchen is in good condition, you can change the look of the room by simply replacing the handles. Accessories will brighten your kitchen in an instant and you can choose a theme to bring the look together.Display selected items on open shelving and think about reorganising your worktop so you only have your favourites on show.If you have a dresser, this is the perfect place to show off neat stacks of crockery, cups and glassware.Ideally, you should have task lights, such as spotlights, over the worktops, halogen bulbs on the extractor and overhead lighting with ambient light in a dining area.You’ll need to ensure that they will fit into the existing space, though.Freestanding appliances can be replaced more easily – and can make a real impact if you go for something brightly coloured, like this Smeg fridge. Your kitchen might be looking a bit tired, but you don’t have to spend a fortune to give it a fresh new look.
There are a host of companies that specialise in providing replacement doors.
Paint in general is easiest and least expensive way to transform a kitchen.
Look for a rich, yet calming shade that allow you to relax in your space.
Finishing touches such as artwork, soft furnishings and shelving displays make open-plan schemes warm and inviting, and they are easy to replace and update seasonally or whenever you fancy a new look.
Vintage cookware adds charm to classic and country kitchens – antiques shops, charity shops and e Bay are great sources.