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Under cupboard utensil rail

Want to hang utensils on your wall but don't want to drill holes on the wall? Simply mount a towel rail or a long handle underneath your wall cabinets and add some hooks to hang utensils.

 

 

 

 

Designing Styles

 

The White Linen Company  

 

Le Domaine  

Quick Kitchen Makeover Ideas

A simple way to refresh your kitchen is with a coat of new paint. Replacing handles in an old kitchen can also give it a refreshing facelift without any major renovation work.

 

 

Budget Handles  

 

Kitchenware Superstore  

 

Buyster  

 

 

Ozlighting.com.au  

 

 

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Replacing old kitchen cabinet doors with new ones will give a kitchen a dramatic improvement without any major structural cahnges. If replacing all the kitchen doors are not possible for whatever reasons, you can replace just part of your kitchen with new doors and the result can still be impressive.

Stainless steel kitchen door spalshback wall cabinet ikea rubrik

New kitchen wall cabinet doors with a new rangehood and a new splashback give an instant revitalisation to an existing kitchen.

 

The joint between a benchtop and a wall can look tired and mouldy in an old kitchen. A wall edging strip can be used to cover this joint to create a neat finish and to prevent water from penetrating between the wall and benchtop. They come in a variety of colours and materials (e.g. timber and plastic), are easy to install and can be cut to size.

wall edging strip

A wall edging strip covers up an old mouldy joint between the benchtop and wall. (Shown here is a plastic strip with metallic finish)

 

A quick way to update your existing kitchen splashbacks is by installing pre-cut splashback panels over your existing splashbacks. They are easy to install and come in a range of sizes and colours to suit your kitchen.

pre-uct stainless steel splashback

A pre-cut stainless steel splashback behind the sink.

 

laminate back splash panel

These colourful laminate splashback panels can be easily installed over existing wall surfaces to revitalise an old tired kitchen.

 

Add extra storage space to your kitchen by using existing empty wall space above the bench with a range of wall accessories.

wall accessories

Use empty wall space for extra storage.

 

Replace your old rubbish bin sitting on the kitchen floor with a waste bin mounted inside a cupboard to reduce clutters and pests in the kitchen. You can choose a pull-out bin system for recycling or a simple one attached to the inside of the door.

door waste bin

An easy-to-install waste bin attached to the inside of the door.

 

pull out recycle bin

A pull-out recyclling bin with self closing lid keeps pests away.

 

If you want to brighten up your existing work surface but do not have electrical connections nearby, you can install battery-operated LED (Light Emitting Diodes) lights under your kitchen wall cupboards. These low-heat LED lights consume very little power and have a very long lifespan.

LED under cupboard light

Battery-operated LED lights are easy to install and compact in size.

 

 


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