Upgrade Kitchen in Style

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It is time to upgrade your kitchen in style with these tips. Most of this can be done on your own with DIY spirit. Upgrading your kitchen can be expensive.  In fact, it’s the most expensive room of the house to upgrade. That said, it might be worth your while to find a good monthly budget template that can help you keep track of your budget.

Upgrade Kitchen in Style

Paint the Walls

Start by painting the wall. This will give your kitchen a facelift without spending a fortune. 

Paint the Cabinets 

If you have dated wood cabinets, you can paint them.  It’s a great way to do a kitchen makeover without spending a fortune. 

Replace the Appliances

To upgrade your kitchen without doing much DIY, you can replace your appliances. The new LG InstaView™ Door-in-Door® refrigerators have everything you need to become the ultimate home entertainer. It has a dual ice makers with Craft Ice™ automatically create crushed, cubed and LG’s exclusive slow-melting round ice on demand. 

Craft Ice Maker

Craft Ice Maker 

LG brings one of the hottest beverage trends home with the Craft Ice™ maker that automatically makes batches of slow-melting round ice—without the work. It is a game changer for home entertainers, Craft Ice™ opens a new world of high-end drinks and keeps your soft drinks, lemonade and iced coffee tasting their best. 

Instaview Door-in-Door

The LG InstaView™ design lets you see inside your refrigerator without ever opening the door—simply knock twice on the unique glass panel. It offers quick and easy access to favorite foods, the popular Door-in-Door® design gets even better with an adjustable bin that fits snacks and drinks of all sizes. The Bin glides smoothly up and down and locks into place with minimal effort.

LG InstaView™ Door-in-Door® Refrigerator with Craft Ice™

LG InstaView™ Door-in-Door® Refrigerators Innovations 

  • Keeps produce fresh up to 2X LONGER*
  • Only LG offers 3 innovative cooling technologies that work together to extend the life of fruits and vegetables and help keep all foods fresh and flavorful
  • Linear Cooling maintains consistent temperatures within 1°F of the setting
  • Smart Cooling uses digital sensors and an array of vents for total cooling control
  • Door Cooling + delivers blasts of cool air that reach all areas of the refrigerator

Learn more about the LG Fridge here. 

Hardware on the Cabinets

Replace your hardware on cabinets is inexpensive way to upgrade a kicthen. It can make a big difference. Brushed nickel is a great choice if you have stainless steel appliances. 

Upgrade Kitchen in Style

New Faucet

We recently replaced our faucet with one that has a filter under the sink. It has made my life so much easier. The head makes it super to use and out of the way when you are doing dishes. 

How are you upgrading your kitchen? 

 

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3 thoughts on “Upgrade Kitchen in Style”

  1. Updating your kitchen will really take a lot of time and effort, but it’s definitely worth it. Do not forget that it is very important to plan and discuss all your changes with a professional in advance, in order to avoid gross mistakes in redevelopment. I recently read a very informative article on this topic, on the montgomeryelec blog. This will help you keep yourself out of trouble

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  2. Upgratiing the electrical circuits ofyour kitchen will improve the look and function of your home, also your home’s value wiil increase.
    If you are considering a kitchen upgrating ask for new electrical wiring.
    Many older kitchens have few electrical outlets, in order to safeguard against electrical shock.
    Older homes were n’t wired for all of today’s modern conveniences and technology.

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  3. One of the most common complaints from homeowners about their old kitchens is the lack of electrical outlets. If your existing electrical service is only 60 amps, plan to upgrade during your kitchen remodel to at least 100 amps and preferably 150 or 200 amps.

    Code requires a receptacle every 6 feet, but having them every 4 feet would be better. Remember, however, that each circuit can handle a maximum of eight receptacles. Adding three or four outlets to the overall electrical layout could require running an additional small appliance circuit to the kitchen.

    If your home still has fuses, consider upgrading to circuit breakers. Breakers are designed to react more quickly to power fluctuations, thus protecting your home more efficiently. Plus, breakers can be reset and they’re ready to go again. After a fuse blows, it must be replaced.

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