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    Home is where people relax and enjoy the company of their loved ones. People spend a lot of time in ensuring that every part of the house is equally comforting and soothing. But after awhile, even the home that you build with so much affection may seem to look less charming. In order to get over the monotony, many people renovate their house.

    The biggest decision to make while renovating is the part of your home that should be renovated. It could be your bedroom, living room, kitchen or bathroom. But among all these spaces, it’s the kitchen where you spend most of the time as a family and entertaining and that's why many people go for renovating their kitchen.

    Many kitchen renovation can make your kitchen look brand new, but most of them are very costly and may not fit your budget. One of the most budget-friendly kitchen remodel ideas is to simply change the cabinet and countertop finishes. This will not only drill a smaller hole in your pocket but at the same time will help you achieve what you needed: a fresh, new look.

    When it comes to choosing the perfect kitchen finish, there are a few things that you must keep in mind.
    1. Countertops are Central. For any kitchen, the countertops hold a central place. It is the most highlighted part of the kitchen and when you thinking about choosing the kitchen finishes, you cannot neglect it. A finish for the countertop should be chosen first and everything else should be based on that since the countertop is the most visible part of the kitchen. The way it looks defines the whole kitchen. Choose a countertop that is durable and easy to clean.

    2. Cabinets cannot be neglected. After the countertop, it is the cabinets that are the most visible part of the kitchen. Choosing the right finish for them is very important. Once you have chosen the countertop, the choice of cabinet must blend in perfectly with the whole kitchen. The most common finishes for a kitchen cabinet are wood, slate and marble. Light-colored cabinetry is better than dark, as it makes the area look more spacious.

    3. Blending everything. The kitchen countertop and cabinetry are not the only two finishes a kitchen has. One also needs to decide on the backsplash and the flooring. Make sure that everything blends in perfectly so that your kitchen looks assembled and feels as a part of the house even though renovated newly.

    Keep these and more kitchen remodeling tips in mind to ensure a charming area where you and your loved ones can make beautiful memories.
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    Mar 08, 2016
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