You can have the kitchen as your wish in minimum budget. You just need to list the furniture you need and try to choose the secondhand or even the low price one. Here are some of the IKEA kitchen design you may choose. If the lighting in your kitchen is dim, or you hate the overhead fixture, change it! Switching out an overhead light fixture is much easier than it sounds. It doesn’t have to be super expensive, either.
When was the last time you changed those shelf liners? Or maybe you don’t have any at all. Laying down a fresh nonstick liner will give you an opportunity to take everything out of your cabinets (and put them back in an organized way), and clean the cabinet or drawer so you start out fresh. gray laminate floors in my kitchen and it made a huge difference when I first put down a red 4’x6′ cotton rug a couple years ago. This is a very simple, straightforward way to upgrade your kitchen, particularly if it’s a rental. Really, anyone can do it! you can find single-handle faucets for as low as $80, and nicer, high arched faucet spouts for about $150 — a small investment for something you use multiple times a day. Switching out your old knobs or pulls for something more modern or decorative can really really transform the look of your cabinets, particularly if they’re bland contractor-grade.
Sliding shelves and organizer inserts go a long way towards making you feel a little more in control of your kitchen. A few of our favorite sources for inserts and organizers include IKEA. Wire shelves and under-cabinet baskets make sure you’re using all the space available in your cabinets, and even your fridge and freezer. As someone without a dishwasher, it makes a big difference to have a reliable dish rack — not to mention it looks nice sitting on the counter. (When I can see it, that is. As mentioned, it’s often hidden under a mound of pots, pans, and dishes!) have you calculated the IKEA Kitchen design above? Save more!