Kitchen remodeling is one of our most searched topics at Mobile Home Living. It is also one of the hottest topics on our Facebook Group page, Mobile Home Living: Remodels and Repairs. It’s no surprise considering how much time we spend in the kitchen that we would want to make that space inviting and homey. These 4 refreshing kitchen remodeling ideas will help you do just that.
Backsplashes can add style and character to your kitchen, but that’s not all they are good for, here’s what Spruce.com says about them:
The purpose of a backsplash is primarily functional. It protects the wall behind the sink against water damage from inadvertent splashing.
In the kitchen, backsplashes cover other parts of the countertop beside the sink area. They also help protect the wall against grease splatter when cooking or food splatter during meal preparation.
If you don’t have the budget for a full backsplash project, you can try a more cost-effective idea if you have tileboard in your kitchen, just give it a fresh coat of paint to give it a new look.
Upcycling has become super popular in recent years. It’s a great way to take something that would otherwise be trash and reuse it in your own home. Whether it be a piece of furniture or tin that’s been recycled, there’s no better way to let your creativity and DIY skills shine than with upcycling.
Open shelving is a great way to open up a small mobile home kitchen. They help to break up the look of all those cabinets and are great to put in odd spots to make the most of your space. Whether you use the open shelves for practical use or just to display your decorative items, they can be a great trick to change the look of your kitchen.
We have talked a lot over the years about updating your kitchen cabinets. We’ve even shared resources about how to repair and paint those older MDF ones covered in another material. There’s nothing like a fresh coat of paint to totally change the look of a room, and that’s even more true when updating your kitchen cabinets!
If you are thinking about starting a kitchen remodeling project don’t forget that you don’t have to gut the entire space in order to make an impact. Small changes can make a big difference!
We are always looking for new homes to feature. If you have recently completed a remodel we want to hear from you! Comment below and we will get back to you.
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