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9 Ways to Update Your Kitchen For Under $100

Dec 13 2014 - 8:05am

If your kitchen feels outdated or like it no longer reflects your style, then it may be time to consider a revamp. With little money (under $100, to be exact), you can freshen up the heart of your home quickly and stylishly. Easy additions like new hardware, table linens, or lighting will make a big impact without breaking the bank. Check out our finds, and while you're at it, consider these budget-friendly updates for your home's bathroom [1] and bedroom [2]!

Photo by Lincoln Barbour [3] via Jessica Helgerson Design [4]

Display With Baskets

Add these wire basket [5] ($30, originally $54) to a shelf or transparent cabinet to organize your kitchen with an industrial touch.

Paint Your Walls

There's nothing like a fresh coat of paint to completely change the feel of a space. These colors from DwellStudio [6] start at $39 per half gallon and can completely transform your kitchen in a weekend.

Add a Fresh Touch

Freshen up a window or counter space by planting low-maintenance herbs [7] in this modern cement and stone planter [8] ($90).

Rethink Your Storage

Ditch the chip bags and cereal boxes for these sleek glass canisters [9] ($30-$100, originally $30-$119).

Dry in Style

Replace old dish towels with these natural linen beauties [10] ($14) that make drying glasses a breeze.

Add a Bar Cart

This utility cart [11] ($92, originally $128) is a great option if you're looking to add more storage without having to remodel.

Hang More Lighting

Spruce up your breakfast bar and add more lighting by hanging this globe pendant light [12] ($99-$129).

Replace Old Hardware

New hardware like this knob [13] ($11-$13) will easily make your cabinets look like new.

Showcase Your Cookware

Create more cabinet space, and showcase your pots and pans with this steel pot rack [14] ($80, originally $100).

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