Cost Effective Retro Kitchen Remodel Blog

Cost Effective Retro Kitchen Remodel Blog

Hi this is Eddie with Access Property Management Group. We are going to do a quick two part blog on how to add some value to a kitchen without fully remodeling it and saving some valuable dollars in the meantime.

In our first walk through we have a kitchen that’s still lost in the 50’s and 60’s. You can see by the pink counters and small 4×4 pink plastic tiles that nothing has been done to this kitchen in years.  The room does have lots of nice arches and plenty of cabinet space but it still needs some work to bring it to life.

We will be back in a week to finish this blog and by just adding a couple of dollars without a full remodel we will hopefully make this space look a lot better and it will add some value to this old kitchen.

We are back and done with our retro kitchen remodel. It’s done, it’s been cleaned and we did all the light maintenance items that we wanted to. We have some dark gray paint accents on the walls, new black and grey vinyl checkered floors. We left all the pink counter tops as they cleaned up really well and the original cupboards are looking great.  It gives us that retro look that we wanted without having to rip out the entire kitchen. It’s now a great looking kitchen for minimum dollars.

Call or email us today at 616-301-9450 or propertymanagement@accesspmgroup.com or www.accesspmgroup.com

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Eddie Beekman

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Eddie Beekman is the founder of "Give Your Clients Your Cell Number", because he believes there is no reason for poor communication! He tackles the daily management and maintenance issues that arise in the operations at APMG. Eddie is an excellent video blogger and likes to add humor to his videos. After 18 years of Property Managment you think you've heard it all, until tomorrow and it starts over.

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