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8 Ways to Update Your Kitchen For Under $100

8 Ways to Update Your Kitchen For Under $100

Clockwise from left: Pottery Barn, West Elm, Williams-Sonoma

If your kitchen feels outdated or that paint color no longer reflects your style, then it may be time to consider a revamp.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.

READ: How to Save Space in Your Kitchen

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 and bedroom!

(Pottery Barn)
Display With Baskets

Add these wire baskets ($78 for two) to a shelf or transparent cabinet to organize your kitchen with an industrial touch.

(Dwell Studios)
Paint Your Walls

There's nothing like a fresh coat of paint to completely change the feel of a space. These colors from Dwell Studios start at $25 per quart and can completely transform your kitchen in a weekend.

(West Elm)
Add a Fresh Touch

Freshen up a window or sink area by planting low-maintenance succulents in these cloud planters ($29-$49).

(Crate & Barrel)
Set the Table

Add sophistication to your dining table with the quick addition of these natural linen placemats ($6).

(YLighting)
Hang More Lighting

Spruce up your breakfast bar and add more lighting by hanging this mini pendant light ($99).

(Restoration Hardware)
Replace Old Hardware

New hardware like this knob ($9-$11, originally $11-$13) will easily make your cabinets look like new.

(Kohl's)
Showcase Your Cookware

Create more cabinet space and showcase your pots and pans with this steel pot rack ($50).

(Williams-Sonoma)
Rethink Your Storage

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

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