How to Refresh Your Kitchen for around $700

What’s next? After the fresh paint, art, lighting and open shelves, consider springing for a new tap. Replacing a kitchen tapware costs less than doing the whole sink (that’s next) and can be a DIY job for handy homeowners.

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