Gallery: How To Give Your Kitchen a Budget-Friendly Makeover!


We know, we know… you’ve been spending a lot of time on Pinterest lately, dreaming and pinning your ultimate kitchen makeover. Whether you’re actually thinking about a real-life kitchen renovation to jazz up your current home, or designing a kitchen from scratch for a new apartment or house, budget is usually the biggest stumbling block. Beyond the pricey appliances, the materials that contribute to the look and feel of your kitchen décor – namely the countertops – can cost a small fortune, especially if you’re thinking of going with granite. Before you give up on your makeover plans or go into debt, however, check out Wilsonart® HD® countertops, which offer a laminate alternative to granite and other pricey options.

With contemporary and classic designs, decorative edge options, and at approximately one-third of the cost of real stone granite, Wilsonart HD can fit within your budget without sacrificing room style (translation: your friends will have no clue that you saved a ton!). It utilizes AEON™ Enhanced Performance technology to make it scratch- and scuff-resistant, which means you won’t be afraid to actually prepare and serve food on it. You can also add Wilsonart® HD® Integrated Sinks into your renovation plans for a seamless and affordable addition to the new décor.

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  1. Greatoutdoors January 9, 2014 at 6:33 am

    Wow! These are very attractive countertops. These countertops will improve the look of our kitchen.

  2. Alyssa Alimurung September 26, 2012 at 1:19 pm

    Oh I really like that dark laminate countertop!

  3. Diane Pham September 26, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    this is a great way to give your kitchen an update if you have a tight budget. my mom recently switched out her old countertops with laminate, and it looks better than imagined

  4. Yuka Yoneda September 26, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    I usually don’t like traditional looking kitchens but the one in the photos above is lovely.

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