If your house is 20 years old or just a year old, Kitchens and Bathrooms are great places to freshen-up your design. Not ready to take on a total room remodel? Thankfully there are some simple, inexpensive ways to update your Kitchen or Bath you can most likely do yourself.
Cabinet Knobs and Pulls
The quickest and easiest way to start, is changing out the cabinet hardware. Replacing the old, out-dated knobs and pulls on your cabinet doors can totally transform the feel of your kitchen or bath.
If you already have knobs and pulls on your cabinets, they’re simple to replace. A screwdriver will get the job done in most cases. Just remove the screw from behind the door or drawer front and the knob will come right off.
You can just re-use the screws that came out of the old hardware. Screw on the new hardware and your done – with no mess! Be sure to make note of measurement on the distance between the two screws for pulls. Traditionally knobs only have one screw hole. If you’re not sure what size to get, just bring your old hardware to us and we’ll be sure you get it right the first time.
Goodbye to Builder-Grade
Upgrading towel bars, towel rings, and paper holders from plain or worn out pieces will put the finishing touch on your quick makeover.
Since there are only a few of these pieces per bath room, this option is very affordable. Throw in some new towels and you’ll be impressed at how this will change the design of a drab bathroom.
There are a great deal more styles than you might imagine. Our Showrooms are a great place to start
Small Change, Big Design
Changing out your old faucet to a current design will not only save water, but it’s a great way to make a big statement in your Kitchen or Bathroom update.
You can even make a more traditional designs seem more contemporary just by making some of these small changes. Add some counter top decor, and/or wall art, and you’ll tie it all together. If you’re not sure where to start, give us a call. Tri-Supply can help you stretch a little budget a long way.
- Bring your old fixtures with you. Our staff will quickly direct you to what will work.
- Here’s some great information on how to choose a new faucet.
- Some cabinet drawers are thicker than others. Save time and money by re-using the old screws