It’s been almost two years since we remodeled our kitchen. It was one of the biggest makeovers we’ve ever done, and we learned a LOT. It’s really hard to stick to a budget when you’re remodeling a kitchen, so it’s important to find ways to save money all throughout the process. I’ve teamed up with Lowe’s to bring you some beautiful and affordable kitchen design elements.
Even if you’re not doing a full kitchen remodel, these products and ideas can be used for a quick refresh of your space. Some new lighting and paint can go such a long way, and if you use these picks, they can be really budget friendly as well.
Lighting is probably one of the easiest ways to change the look and feel of your space. These pendants would look great over your kitchen island, or over your sink.
Trade out your builder grade faucet and upgrade with one of these picks. Don’t worry about matching metal with what’s already in your kitchen – the “matchy-matchy” look is being replaced with a collected feel. I personally love our high arc kitchen faucet – so that’s why I chose so many of them!
A farmhouse sink was one of my favorite splurges for our kitchen. We LOVE our copper sink against our white cabinets, but a big white farmhouse sink is so classic and charming. If you’d like a more industrial feel, stainless farmhouse sinks are really popular right now too!
If you have an open space in the middle of your kitchen, and you’re looking to add storage and counter space, consider adding one of these kitchen islands. It’ll be a big upgrade to your space for a much lower price point than custom cabinetry. Again, don’t worry about matching your cabinets. Adding a contrasting island would be a big design statement in your kitchen!
We love our barn door in our kitchen, and it frees up valuable space since we don’t have to worry about the door swing. I shared how we made our own barn door from a thrift store door here, but the hardware can get really expensive (and a pain to attach to the door). These barn doors all come with the required hardware, which really helps with the overall cost!
This kitchen from Lowe’s is a great example of lots of those farmhouse elements combined – and how fresh is that paint color?
So whether you’re looking for a simple refresh or a complete overhaul, make sure you check out my suggestions above. Lowe’s is having a 40% off event right now (until March 1st) so you can save even more money!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lowe’s.