Ideas for kitchen updating
Update the look of your backsplash — without grout — by using tile decals.
These adhesive stickers come in various sizes to perfectly cover up dated tile designs, without leaving a sticky residue.
Natural wood cabinets (especially cherry) will darken with age.
Change the glass insert in a cabinet door, and you change the look and feel of your kitchen.“Decorative glass takes stock cabinets and gives them a custom look,” says Anthony Longo, who sells glass panels.
Put table lamps on your island or dining table to make your kitchen feel like a room, not a laboratory, like designer Robert Stillin did with Visual Comfort's Column lamp in Sheffield silver for House Beautiful's Kitchen of the Year with Ina Garten.
Instead of investing in brand-new cabinetry, try working with what you have.
You can free up space by suspending your pots and pans from the ceiling.
So if they’re sad, the whole kitchen looks a bit depressed.
But you can add lighting under and inside cabinets with battery powered, peel-and-stick LED lights.