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Trending on Remodelista: Freshening Up the Kitchen Without Much Ado

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Trending on Remodelista: Freshening Up the Kitchen Without Much Ado

August 6, 2021

Tired of your kitchen but don’t have it in you (or your budget) to do a major renovation? Remodelista has some ideas for a remodel in minor.

Some would say Elizabeth Roberts&#8\2\17; original kitchen was perfect; she liked it well enough, too, but wanted to change just a few things, including adding upper cabinets. See the full story in Kitchen of the Week: New York Architect Elizabeth Roberts’s Own Kitchen Update, Before and After. Photograph courtesy of ERA.
Above: Some would say Elizabeth Roberts’ original kitchen was perfect; she liked it well enough, too, but wanted to change just a few things, including adding upper cabinets. See the full story in Kitchen of the Week: New York Architect Elizabeth Roberts’s Own Kitchen Update, Before and After. Photograph courtesy of ERA.
Or you could do the exact opposite of Elizabeth Roberts, and remove upper cabinets for open shelving. Photograph by Melissa Gidney, courtesy of Rip & Tan, from A Star LA Stylist’s Year-Round Family Lake Cabin.
Above: Or you could do the exact opposite of Elizabeth Roberts, and remove upper cabinets for open shelving. Photograph by Melissa Gidney, courtesy of Rip & Tan, from A Star LA Stylist’s Year-Round Family Lake Cabin.
And to literally freshen up your kitchen, consider deodorizing your trash bin with an all-natural recipe from herbal apothecary S/he Studio. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista, from Essential Oils DIY: Make a Simple Trashcan Deodorizer.
Above: And to literally freshen up your kitchen, consider deodorizing your trash bin with an all-natural recipe from herbal apothecary S/he Studio. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista, from Essential Oils DIY: Make a Simple Trashcan Deodorizer.
Another easy idea for a simple update? Swap out the cabinet hardware. (This one is from Rejuvenation.) Find some ideas in \10 Easy Pieces: Modern Cabinet Knobs.
Above: Another easy idea for a simple update? Swap out the cabinet hardware. (This one is from Rejuvenation.) Find some ideas in 10 Easy Pieces: Modern Cabinet Knobs.

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