Have you been looking for ways on how to transform your kitchen makeovers Brisbane that will cost you less money? Well, look no further; here is a story of a creative mother based in Brisbane, who was able to transform her kitchen that cost her less than $50. Indeed, what a perfect lockdown makeover!
Now let’s find out how she did it.
Cara john, from Merthyr Tydfil, explained how she managed to give her kitchen an extreme makeover by painting the tiles, cabinets, floors, and ceilings. If you are wondering how she did on such as small budget, then here is the guideline on how to go about it.
The budget for the renovation
• The kitchen makes over the total budget - less than £50.
• The paint £15 Wilko
• Cupboard paint £25 Wilko
• White matt paint (walls and ceilings) £6 Wilko
• Rollers, brushes, and trays
For Cara, she used white color to paint all over her kitchen. But if you want to renovate your kitchen and give it a nice look, then choose the color that is attractive to you. It will even be much cheaper if you have some of the painting equipment such as the rollers, brushes, and trays. As this will cut the expenses of going to buy them in the hardware.
Painting the wall:
It’s advisable to use bright colors when painting kitchen walls. This is to allow maximum light in the kitchen. For you to achieve this, you need to select bright colors and in this case, Cara opted for the white color.
For even distribution of the paint, use a foam roller and also paint tray to avoid paint streaks from spoiling the paint job.
Normally, tiles are usually painted white. Be it in the kitchen or the washroom. Before applying the paint, you first need to wash the tiles. After washing, you then apply the paint and let it dry naturally.
When it comes to painting cupboards, you can use mineral stone paint as the one Cara painted on her cupboard. Or you might as well choose any paint that you like. But you should make sure the paint color is bright and matches with the white color of the walls.
For Cara, she painted grey the outside part of her kitchen cupboards and left it white in the inside. She further said that this paint had been easy to clean despite her children and cats.
For the frustrated home makeover enthusiast, the story of Cara could offer you an idea of how great you can transform your kitchen in this time of a lockdown. As you have seen, this lockdown project does not require a lot of money.
All you need to do is you gather some little savings that you have, some little building equipment and you provide the manpower. No need to hire laborers as this work does not require any skilled personnel.