The kitchen is called the heart of the home for a reason, and if you are like my family, it’s where you spend the most time. These three remodeling ideas to transform your mobile home kitchen are affordable and easy. Create a beautiful space you will want to spend time in without spending a ton of money.
Marble Countertops without the Cost
If you like the look of granite or quartz this is a great project for you. Victoria shows how she gave her countertops the look of granite with a little paint and elbow grease. She shared her project on Hometalk.com.
Victoria cleaned, sanded, and then primed her original countertop first. She then swirled black and brown acrylic paint into white paint to give it that gorgeous granite look. Keep in mind this would probably work best if you have white or cream color countertops as a canvas. Sealing your newly painted counters is a great way to keep the look fresh for years. You can see her entire project here.
DIY Remodeling on a Budget
When money is tight, it’s hard to know where you should spend it to get the biggest bang. This remodel, featured here on Mobile Home Living, shows a few smart remodeling ideas to transform your mobile home kitchen.
To stay within budget, the homeowners did most of the work themselves and used a bit of creative thinking to get the look they wanted at the price they needed. They used sticky tile to keep labor to a minimum. Sticky tile is a great alternative to original tile. Now that the market has expanded the prices are down to $10 per square foot (it was $24.95 when it first came out).
Repainting cabinets and replacing the hardware is an inexpensive way to update a kitchen. Lowe’s has sets of 10 modern cabinet pulls for $29.95. You would be surprised how much new kitchen hardware can change the space.
Remodeling Ideas To Transform Your Mobile Home Kitchen – Total Transformation
We love this project because it took a typical dark and paneled single wide mobile home kitchen and transformed it into a kitchen any homeowner would like to have. This remodel came from Issaac at Hometalk. You can see the entire process here. Issaac removed the hutch that separated the kitchen and living room which opened up the space. Next, he removed the fronts of the cabinets and painted the cabinets a country white. To give the kitchen a real organic country style he used chicken wire in the centers of the upper cabinets. What a neat and affordable way to give your home a truly unique look.
These three remodeling ideas to transform your mobile home kitchen are just a few that we have found. Remember, you can make a change to your kitchen without ripping everything out and starting fresh. Sometimes, a simple coat of paint can create a whole new look!
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