How to transform your kitchen for under £100

Replacing your kitchen can be a very big expense and something that most households will over ever complete once whilst they live in their current home.  Even cheap off the peg kitchens can set you back £1,000 then you have all the extras like fitting, getting rid of your kitchen and not to mention the upheaval of having your kitchen replaced.  The easiest way to transform your kitchen into a space that you love is with a couple of easy changes and soon you’ll be happy to cook an amazing meal or even bake a delicious cake.

How to transform your kitchen for under £100

To help you transform your kitchen for under £100 I suggest you head to your local Aldi store from Monday 11th January to take a look at the range of Aldi Specialbuys Kitchen that will be available – be quick though, because once it’s gone, it’s gone!

Everyday Kitchen Appliances

When was the last time you treated both yourself and your kitchen to some everyday kitchen appliances? Have you looked inside your kettle recently to see what the water you’re boiling to make that all important cuppa is sitting in? I’m guessing that you haven’t and if you do manage to peek inside your current kettle you might just be disgusted at what you find.  So why not update your kitchen (and your cuppa) with a Bullet Kettle for just £19.99, featuring a 1.7 litre capacity and 360 degree centre contact station and available in four different colours.

The toaster is another everyday appliance that has probably seen better days… Is your toaster toasting a little unevenly? Have you had to turn it right up to get a good colour on you toast? Do you remember the last time you emptied the crumb tray? Why not grab a 4 slice toaster for just £19.99 with electronic controls for reheat, defrost and cancel plus it would be a great worktop friend to the Bullet Kettle.

Kitchen Accessories

Like with any good outfit accessories can really make the difference, your kitchen is just the same.  Having a mis-match approach to accessories can sometimes look great however personally I do love my accessories to match especially in the kitchen.  Although the thought of having to replace everything might seem expensive however thanks the to Aldi Specialbuys Kitchen range you can choose a range of kitchen accessories in a choice of three colours to really transform your kitchen, plus give you great tools to use within the kitchen.

Take the Tea/Coffee/Sugar canisters just £9.99 for all three, ceramic canisters with wooden lids, and available in a choice of three matching colours.  Enjoying a cuppa wouldn’t be the same without a biscuit on the side so why not add a biscuit barrel for just £5.49 in the same ceramic and wooden theme as the tea/coffee/sugar canisters.  Keep your bread fresh and out of the way on the worktop with a Bread Bin for just £17.99, again in a choice of three colours to accompany your other kitchen accessories.

Let them eat cake!

Make teatime truly special with these tea time accessories for just £7.99 each. Choose from a cake cover container, cake stand, tea bag spoon set, sugar pot or milk jug – all available in a choice of three beautiful pastel tones.

Cooking up a storm

Are your pans looking like they have seen better days? Have they cooked their last meal? Update your pan collection without spending a fortune with a range of quality pans starting at £5.99,or maybe a 24cm Ceramic Coated Frying Pan for just £9.99 with a heavy forged aluminium body with a non-stick ceramic coating.

 

This coming week why not join in with the Aldi Challenge and see if you too can transform your kitchen for under £100 and banish those January blues.  

Aldi’s Specialbuys Kitchen range go into stores nationwide on the 11th January but don’t delay, as once they’re gone, they’re gone!

Don’t forget to share your Aldi shopping buys and how much you have saved using the #AldiChallenge hashtag

Disclosure: I am working with Aldi to showcase their range of Aldi Specialbuys throughout January, for which I have received a number of products FOC.

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4 Comments

  1. January 12, 2015 / 1:42 pm

    That toaster is really good value. I need a new one.

  2. January 12, 2015 / 5:46 pm

    OOH what great ideas, my kitchen needs transforming !

  3. January 21, 2015 / 9:09 pm

    Great ideas, I love buying new things for the home. This year I have bought new crockery for the kitchen. Aldi do some really good buys, people have been surprised when saying they like something in my home and I say “it’s from Aldi”.

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