Ideas for Re-vamping Your Kitchen!

Ah, the kitchen- a magical place where all your dreams, particularly in the morning after a long fast during sleep, come true. You’re here to prepare food, eat that food and be happy that you had consumed that food, all while spending time with good company.

A kitchen is a pretty good base for judging the entirety of a house, simply because you spend a lot of time in there. If you spend a lot of time there and it looks pretty worn down, then that’s a sad sign of poor general maintenance and unawareness. If it’s particularly bad, then you’ll have some trouble inviting people over for dinner too. Thanks for visiting. Just before we carry on I needed to say thanks to for their continued assistance and the support of their community. Having a service team like this means a lot to us as we continue to grow our public blog.

However, time waits for no one, and most, if not all, home owners are going to be faced with the fact that their kitchen is not as spruced up as it used to be. If you find your kitchen in a sorry state, then perhaps it’s time to do some reconstruction:


  • Paint!

One of the easiest and simplest ways to make your kitchen feel like a new base of operations is to wear your artsy pants and get painting. Just by changing the color of the furniture, you’ll be able to create a brand new vibe while making the room look noticeably cleaner. A worn down kitchen is the greatest opportunity for reinvention, so have at it! If you don’t want to do a complete paint over, then perhaps you could just paint parts in order to highlight your favorite areas. Creativity is key.

  • Change the furniture

This might be a little bank breaking, unless you are good at finding deals. Changing the furniture might take a little less effort than the elbow grease requiring reconstruction. Buy a new table and a couple of new chairs, which are ideally the focus of a dining area. Go from oak to mahogany, or from stone to glass, you’re pretty spoiled for choice.


  • Install some shelves

This takes a little bit of effort, but not as much as painting, and it can provide you with some flexibility. Hammer on some shelves on the walls of your kitchen, where you can place some mason jars, plants and flowers or whatever tickles your fancy. Best of all, you can change it up anytime.

  • Go with wood

If you’ve never tried designing your kitchen with wood, you have been missing out quite a bit. For one thing, it completely transforms the look of any room, because wood will always be a classic material. It looks like home, feels like home and will make your home much more valuable because wood keeps looking better as time goes by. Try going with something like American hardwood timber, and you might not need to do as much revamping as you watch your kitchen age like fine wine. Maintenance is also easy and will make it look good as new. Join us in a cooking revolution (blog)