Renovation Ideas for Small Kitchens

Not everyone has the luxury of having a spacious kitchen with every imaginable feature. If you have a smaller kitchen, there are still ways you can get the most out the space and spruce it up. You don’t even need to overhaul this room to make it more inviting and attractive. There are a few options you can consider for your next kitchen remodeling project. 

Replace the Floor

The kitchen gets as much, if not more, traffic than any other part of the house. You use this room for preparing meals, eating and entertaining. Over the years, your old floor will start to wear out. You may even be to the point where the style no longer matches your preferences or is simply out of the date. A new floor can brighten the kitchen and breathe fresh life into it. Wood flooring is a popular choice in many homes. Laminate is a less expensive alternative, but both are versatile and require little maintenance. Stone, bamboo and vinyl are other intriguing choices. You can also pick different colors and patterns.

Paint the Walls

Sometimes, the most effective kitchen remodeling ideas don’t require construction or even a lot of money. Something as simple as changing the colors can make a big difference. Small kitchens can look larger when you use lighter colors. This is a smart way to open up this room.

Get New Appliances

Has your range, oven and refrigerator been on life support for the past several months? Has your dishwasher long past its prime? It could be time to replace them with sleeker, more efficient models. You can find smaller appliances to fit in your kitchen but that will fill the same needs as larger counterparts. 

Kitchen remodeling doesn’t have to intimidate you, even if your room is smaller. Consider these ideas when you’re ready to revamp your kitchen. 

*Note: This article is for informational purposes only. The information provided in this article is for general guidance and should not replace professional advice. Always consult with experts, such as those at K. Fedewa Builders, before making any home modifications.*