The smell of your mother cooking delicious food for you is something every kid looks forward to. Whether it be desert or the chicken or the paneer tikka masala, everything that is in the kitchen is thought to be good. However, it is said to be one of the most neglected places in a home. Seriously a toilet is well looked after than a kitchen. You need a gas stove or an induction cooker, some utensils and you are good to go. But it can only be much more convenient and functional of you spice up things a bit, and I’m not talking just about what you cook on the frying pan. Here are some tips you can use to improve your kitchen.
- Add or change the lighting
Lighting will make all the difference when you take pictures and how your décor looks. When it comes to a kitchen, switching on those warm color led, or that little chandelier will inspire you to make do some of the best dishes or cook everything to perfection. Just changing one light bulb is all it takes to make things better.
- Change drawers or shelf liners
Chances are you bought it and left it as it was. Termites, faded paint, etc, all of this would make it look like you don’t care about your space. Just changing these would end up making the kitchen look like you had a makeover. And all of this can be had at only 5 dollars. Change the colors. Put new bright brown or shades of grey to match your décor and paint. Just make it look like you want to have your kitchen beautiful as it is…
- Put a rug on the floor.
Ugly tiles? It is okay. You can replace just TWO tiles, and that would make all the difference in your kitchen. Right now there are a lot of modular kitchen tiles coming out that would help you change your kitchen flooring well. Or if you don’t want to put too much effort, then buy a rug. It’ll get the job done. There are tiles which look like rugs now that you can easily install like modular tiles. Try it. see the difference
- Replace the faucet
Okay, you cant break apart your floor because it’s a rental apartment. Okay, then a very straightforward solution. Change your faucet. Changing your faucet can help you get a much more functional one than the last one you had. It probably needed to be closed much more tightly than was necessary because it kept leaking. Or you could get a higher one than the one which was to close to sink and be able to wash your dishes faster. Either way get something that looks good and is shiny; you won’t regret it.
- Update the hardware
We all have that one doorknob or switch or tap that doesn’t work or isn’t helpful or functional. Replacing these with much more functional and better-looking ones will help you feel nice about the place you stay in and will make you respect yourself.