As lockdown continues, despite some easing, many people are still spending lots of time at home, making now the perfect opportunity to transform your kitchen into a tidier space or your dream kitchen. In order to successfully convert your kitchen space, we have put together a short guide including six simple steps for you to follow to achieve this. Let’s take a closer look, below.Cabinet MakeoverChanging your cabinets is one of the easiest ways to change your kitchen. By either installing new cabinet fronts or by giving the current cabinets a makeover, your kitchen can have a completely new and fresh feel. This is the perfect way to lighten up a tired and gloomy space. Giving your walls, windows and doors a touch up can also help to lighten the space. Use a bright neutral colour, unless you want to make a statement with a feature wall. Alternatively, you could makeover the cabinets with a bold colour and leave the walls a neutral colour. The options are endless and completely down to you! Adding new cabinets or by giving them a makeover works really well for all kitchen types, including an IKEA metod kitchen or an IKEA faktum kitchen.Upgrade Your Tiles and Splashback Transform your tiles and give them a whole new look with self-adhesive stick-on tiles or tile paint. You can always have new tiles or a new splashback installed, but it depends on your budget put aside for the kitchen transformation. If the rest of the room is a more natural colour, you can create a focal point in the room by choosing a bold colour for your tiles or splashback.Transform Your WorktopWhether you’re fed up of the existing worktop, you want to change the colour scheme or it has seen better days, there are many low-cost worktops to choose from to replace it. Alternatively, you can give them a recovering, allowing you to choose the design that best suits the interior of your property.Replace Your HandlesFor a sleek finish, why not consider a handless kitchen? This can be incorporated into any kitchen space, and can enhance the size of a smaller kitchen, due to the seamless design or a handless space. However, if you would prefer to use handles, then by installing new handles that work well with the rest of the kitchen interior design, then this is a really easy way that you can revamp the space.Update Your StorageAs well as using cupboards and drawers to store food and utensils, you can transform your kitchen into a more modern space by updating your storage. Nowadays, it’s very popular for homeowners to store food, such as flour, sugar and spices in labelled jars and display them in the work surface or on shelves in the kitchen. Not only do they look great, especially if the colour scheme matches, but they also make cooking convenient, as you can easily identify each ingredient when cooking and see how much is left, without packaging getting in the way.Brighten Up The RoomFinally, an easy way to make the kitchen space feel new, bigger and more appealing, is to brighten it up. This can be done in the long term by creating more window space, but you can also achieve this through careful selection of lighting, whether that’s over the table, above the work surfaces or over the island. Plus, there are so many different styles of lighting to choose from that you can modernise and personalise the space to exactly how you want just through brightening up the room.As you can see, transforming your space during lockdown can be easy and you can stick to a low budget. By making a few simple changes, your kitchen can feel refreshed and you will want to spend more time in there. For more information, don’t hesitate to contact our professional team at Noremax, today.