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14 Apr 2022

Fitting an entirely new kitchen is a big job. Not only does it cost a lot of money but it is quite disruptive, to say the least. That’s why it might be worth considering a couple of upgrades for your cooking and dining space instead of a major home improvement project.

One of the first things you could change that would definitely alter the aesthetic of your kitchen is its tiles. Replacing white metro tiles with brightly coloured splashbacks or intricately detailedmosaic effect tiles would completely transform the overall look of the room, while still allowing you to keep appliances, worktops and cupboards the same.

Another way to revamp your room is swapping your worktop for a new marble one, with this material being the hottest trend in kitchen design this year.

Family Features says “slabs of marble with eye-catching veins that make counters really pop” will be big in 2022, with homeowners choosing coloured varieties as well as traditional white, grey and black.

“Standout gold veining or even full slabs with stunning greens, blues and reds can make a statement,” it suggested.

If you want to declutter your kitchen, you might want to add a few clever storage solutions, such as knife drawers, cupboards with recycling bins, or spice racks fitted into cabinets. This will clear items off the worktop and give your kitchen a fresh, tidy look that will make it feel brand new.

For a big change that doesn’t require you moving out of the home for a couple of weeks, you could even give the kitchen a new lick of paint. Whether you brighten up the walls or change the colour of your cabinets, go for this season’s shades of greens, blues and other earth tones that bring “serenity to a bustling and busy room”.