Indeed, you can, but it will require a careful eye on your budget while making choices. Inevitably, it will also mean you are doing most of the work yourself instead of contracting it out. But it is possible if you are trying to redo a kitchen on a budget. One of the primary things you’ll have to consider is getting a new look without buying everything new.
One suggestion is to look for second-hand materials (e.g., ReStore or online community marketplaces) or clearance when buying. Beyond this, choosing to paint existing features instead of replacing them can save considerably when remodeling. You can paint cabinets, backsplashes, or walls to make an enormous difference cheaply. You may also consider buying a floating island for your kitchen to supply much-needed counter space. Perhaps add glass cabinet doors to some key cabinets or even remove an upper to add floating shelving on the wall. Finally, replacing the hardware, fixtures, and faucets can completely remake a space when done well. It’s also worth getting a bid on new countertops, as these can transform a tired kitchen instantly.