Have you ever toured a home that was at the top of your buying list until you walked into the kitchen? What a deflated feeling that is. Many times this happens to buyers and the homes with the least impressive kitchens tend to be the ones crossed off their potential new home list.
Pay Attention to Your Kitchen
Does your kitchen stand out? It should be the best looking room in the entire house. It is one of the most important rooms so the attention and money spent in it need to be substantial. It truly is the heart of the home that brings in the most monetary value. It can transform an old, dingy looking 1980s kitchen into a modern era just by updating the hardware and cabinets. Using stainless steel is one way to do this.
By changing cabinets from wood to steel you update the home instantly and buyers notice. It emits an impression of elegance, sleekness, and richness while remaining cost-effective, easy to clean and environmentally friendly. It is a metal that is 100% recyclable making it appealing to home buyers, builders, and contractors. It also does not rot or fade away like wood. The replacement and maintenance costs are low saving you money.
This material does not have to solely be preserved for the indoors. It works great for outside living spaces too.
When designing outdoor living spaces think about outdoor grills and cabinets but before purchasing anything ask yourself a few questions. What material is strong enough to handle extreme outdoor temperatures and protects the food and cooking essentials at the same time? How easy is it to clean? Does it make the outside space look dated or fresh? Steel fulfills all of these expectations and much more.
Impress your guests by making the switch to metal. It comes in many different shapes, sizes, and colors. Choose what suits you and the purpose of your space the best. Just don’t forget the hardware.
Changing out the hardware on cabinets in the kitchen, and throughout the entire house, is a simple, affordable way to freshen up any space. Find a metal shape that works with the dimensions of the cabinets themselves. Try a few different ones out. Once you find one that you like then switch them all out.