8 ways to make your kitchen look more expensive

When it comes to remodeling a room, the kitchen is by far the most expensive room to invest in. Upgrading can be costly but if you know how to style your kitchen can transition into something that looks million times more luxury than before. Here are 8 ideas to spruce up your kitchen.

1. Hardware.

If your drawers and cabinets are looking a little worn out, consider upgrading the color and hardware to add details to your décor. Keep it simple but elegant, don’t go overboard with the finishes as it could clash with your kitchen layout.

2. Greenery.

It’s always nice to see space in the kitchen but why not add some greenery to create a luxurious feel. Small pots or hanging herbs and will add a little style and personality to the kitchen.

3. Light fixtures.

What perfect way to add finishing touches or bring attention to a room but upgrading the light fixtures? Lighting can come in different shapes and designs for a modern interior look. If your kitchen is lacking some color, consider investing in bronze!

4. Accessorize.

Replace exposed cups, plates, and bowls with decorative accessories and interesting textiles to create a unique look to the room.

5. Rug.

Not for all, but it does create warmth in the kitchen especially if you have tiles installed, which we know can be chilly for the feet in the morning!

6. Stools.

Chairs can take up a lot of space in the room, opt for stools. Stools are easy to tuck away, they come in unique style and design to add a personal feel to the kitchen.

7. Faucets.

When was the last time you had your faucets changed? Faucets have come a long way and now able to offer in a variety of shapes, finishes, and configurations. Consider swapping your old faucets into something more exciting and decorative to match your hardware for that high-end look.

8. Artwork.

Have you ever stared at your kitchen and thought that it lacks personality? Hanging an interesting piece of artwork in the kitchen can be what you are looking for. We recommend attaching something that is out of the ordinary like a portrait or vintage work to create a sophisticated modern vibe.

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