Who wants to get into construction work at home in the middle of a pandemic? The simple idea causes us to itch with stress, even more so when we talk about the kitchen, one of the busiest rooms in any home. Well, today you are going to check that reform and update your kitchen without works, it is more than possible!
Ana Lorenzana, from the Decoryver company, has been in charge of breathing life into this old-fashioned kitchen that now gives off freshness thanks to a green color that is as soft as it is luminous. You want to see it, right? Go for it! 😃
THE KEYS TO THE REFORM
The biggest changes were achieved through painting, painting the furniture green and the tiles white. Yes, the transformation is mind-blowing.
The next step was to replace the countertop with a Formica one that imitates wood, with matching tufts. The change was also used to put a new sink and replace the oven and induction hobs.
As for the flooring, a vinyl flooring was installed on top of the existing one.
Finally, in the area of the clothesline, some custom curtains were made for the window and the door, the same floor was installed as in the kitchen, the brick was painted white, and a custom cabinet was made for the pantry. .
Project and information: Courtesy of Decoryver.
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