19 diy Kitchen on a budget ideas

How to Install Peel & Stick Tile Backsplash

Installing peel & stick tile backsplash is a great way to update a kitchen on a budget! Get the full DIY and FAQs in my blog post. …



How to Create Faux Reclaimed Wood Countertops

Budget Friendly Diy Wooden Kitchen Countertops, By The Ragged Wren Featured On @Remodelaholic …



5 DIY Ways to Get New Countertops for Cheap

Updating your countertops on a budget is simple and won’t put you into the temptation of overspending. DIY your new counters for cheap with these tips.





DIY Budget Kitchen Reno – The Big Reveal! – Live from Julie’s House

My DIY Budget Kitchen Reno is DONE! This 10’x10′ room is jam packed with clever, budget friendly ideas for making the most of a small space.



Top 10 Farmhouse Kitchen Updates (on a budget) – Hand Gathered Home

My DIY Budget Kitchen Reno is DONE! This 10’x10′ room is jam packed with clever, budget friendly ideas for making the most of a small space.



Our $40 Backsplash {Using Vinyl Flooring} – Re-Fabbed

If you are needing to update your kitchen backsplash,this is the post for you! Learn how to Install a backsplash for $40 using vinyl flooring!





How to Easily Transform Kitchen Cabinets

Trying to update your kitchen? Learn how to paint your cabinets for an instant makeover.



Upgrade Kitchen Cabinets On A Budget

Instead of a major kitchen renovation, consider a DIY cabinet upgrade instead! You’ll be amazed at the difference a couple of easy projects can make!



It all began with the benchtop

Hey there! So I’ve never written a blog before, but I figured that it was time to start doing some sharing. It all started a month ago – I had a week off from work and was trying to make sure I had a project to keep me busy. For a while I’d been thinking about resurfacing my kitchen benchtop, but had put it off. I rent the house and even though the landlord doesn’t really mind what I do, I still wasn’t ready to commit to big changes. But then a friend started renovating his kitchen and I suddenly caught the reno bug! After some serious research, I decided to use Giani Granite Paint in the Chocolate Brown kit. I ordered it online, then, while I was waiting for it to arrive, I got some acrylic paints and bits of cardboard and practiced and practiced and practiced and kept on practicing. To be honest, I wasn’t really happy with any of the practice pieces, but by the time my week off arrived, I decided I had to just do it for real. Here’s my kitchen bench before I started. Then after the primer – wow, this was scary! Totally past the point of no return once you start seeing that black going on! Then, after applying the chocolate brown paints. Those veins just sort of happened. I didn’t really have a plan, but I was pretty pleased with the result. Then after the topcoat. This made me even happier because it toned everything down a little and seemed to make it feel more blended somehow. Awesome. And who can resist that lovely mirror finish? Here’s a link to the faux granite paint I used: https://gianigranitepaint.com.au/ So you may notice with the last photo, apart from Molly’s dinner being included, the cabinet doors are different. I didn’t start out with any intention to do them, but when I looked at how good the benchtops came out, the old cabinet doors just looked so shabby in comparison. And seeing as I had the week off, and the benchtops were done in one day, I thought, “why not?” So I started a mission to update them too. One by one, I took each door off, sanded, cleaned, filled holes from the removed handles, added wooden trim, painted, then added new handles. I really like them now! It was hard getting them back on with the extra thickness added from the trim, but after much hinge fiddling, I got there in the end. And absolutely love them. This was the first door I completed, before the handle: (I know the floor looks pretty feral, but I refused to clean it until after I had finished working in there.) I managed to finish all the lower cabinets in my week off, but it took another 3 weekends to finish all the overheads. Two of the middle doors I decided to not put back on – it took me so long to finish, that I kind of fell in love with having open shelving over the bench. So I moved my plates and glasses in there and now it seems like a feature. 🙂 The finishing touches were the Ikea rails bolted underneath the cabinets to hang my pots and an Ikea magnetic knife rack on the wall (sorry, not in this photo).





My Budget Kitchen Remodel

My Budget-friendly DIY kitchen remodel. See the before and after. You can remodel/renovate your kitchen for $5000 – $6000.



DIY Budget Kitchen Reno – The Big Reveal! – Live from Julie’s House

My DIY Budget Kitchen Reno is DONE! This 10’x10′ room is jam packed with clever, budget friendly ideas for making the most of a small space.



DIY Kitchen Jar Shelves Tutorial – Ella Claire

Add extra pantry storage and organization to a small kitchen on a budget with DIY jar shelves. #DIY #decor #ideas #white #farmhouse #howtobuild #farmhousedecor #homedecor #kitchen #design I am thrilled to be sharing the tutorial for my country store inspired kitchen shelves (that I shared HERE and HERE) today! I am sorry for the delay due to all of the construction around here. I was so overwhelmed and touched by the kind compliments about my shelves last week. You guys are the best! I…Read More





Update Kitchen Cabinets for Cheap

Are you wondering how to update your kitchen cabinets on a budget? This is a simple way to make your cabinets look modern with paint and trim.



How to Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets–The EASY Way with Plywood

Custon kitchen cabinets don’t have to cost a fortune…if you build them yourself. I’ll show you how to build DIY kitchen cabinets with this easy tutorial.



Farmhouse Style Kitchen Makeover for Under $500

Don’t believe that you can makeover your entire kitchen on a budget? This will show you how’s it possible to completely revamp your kitchen for less!





20 best IKEA hacks on Instagram 2019 – IKEA Hackers

I found over 280,000 posts on #ikeahacks. So, before the year ends, let’s dive in and check out some of the best IKEA hacks on Instagram.



Before and After: My Budget Kitchen Remodel

My Budget-friendly DIY kitchen remodel. See the before and after. You can remodel/renovate your kitchen for $5000 – $6000.



What I Wish I Knew Before Painting Cabinets

Everything you need to know to paint cabinets using Rustoleum transformation kit. Don’t make these common mistakes when painting cabinets!





DIY Kitchen Makeover under $40 – Anita Yokota

How to create a Faux Marble Countertop: Do you love the look of marble countertops but need a budget DIY option? Learn how I transformed our dark kitchen countertops with a DIY marble contact paper tutorial for our white kitchen! #marblecontactpaper #diykitchen Waiting for your big reno but can’t stand your countertops? Or do you rent? Check out the DIY faux marble countertop for kitchens and bathroom!!!