Quick & Painless Mini Kitchen Makeovers for Busy Middleton, WI, Homeowners
Time flies when you’re having fun, but as time goes by, sometimes things get stale. If the kitchen in your Middleton, Wisconsin, home is beginning to feel drab and passé, it might be time to spice things up with one of Frey Construction’s Quick & Painless mini kitchen makeovers.
Step one – change up the floor. There are a number of great kitchen flooring options out there today and many of them are reasonably priced. Consider sheet vinyl, which is waterproof and stain-proof. It comes in every color imaginable and the finishes that closely mimic ceramic tile and stone. Genuine ceramic tiles are a great option as well with classic charm and incredible durability. Porcelain tile is a step up but will run you a bit more, but porcelain is more non-porous so it’s a great option if you tend to spill things (you know yourself…)
Step two – change up the countertops. Changing out your countertops can make a huge difference. Quartz and slate are great options if you want a modern look, and soapstone, concrete, and marble are all becoming more popular these days. Granite is timeless, and it comes in tons of different colors but if you want something that really says gourmet home-style kitchen, consider thick wooden butcher block countertops in a light-color, or perhaps stainless-steel, which is durable, easy to clean, and will surely please your household’s resident chef.
Step three – change up the cabinets. If you’re doing a full kitchen remodel, you might consider adding or removing cabinets as needed. But, if you just want a quick surface change, taking off the cabinet doors and painting or staining them, and changing up the pulls and handles with some fun vintage brass knobs are some easy ways to make a change.
Frey’s Quick and Painless kitchen makeovers are a great way to freshen up your kitchen and make it more attractive. If you’d like to learn more about working with Frey to upgrade your kitchen or another room in your Middleton home, contact us today.