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10 DIY Projects For Your Kitchen


10 DIY Projects For Your Kitchen

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10 DIY Projects For Your Kitchen
News from Taft Midway Driller:

NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Kitchen renovation projects tend to have a way to break the bank – or at least cost more expected.

Budgets for major kitchen overhauls can easily reach tens of thousands of dollars – not to mention the hassle of having arguably the most used area of your home under construction for a few weeks, if not months, once you factor in the unexpected but common renovation hiccups.

During the economic recovery that’s showing modest signs of life, it’s especially important to re-evaluate your renovation goals and budget. To give your kitchen a more updated look without having to hire a contractor and spend thousands in construction costs, we polled the design pros themselves to share ten do-it-yourself projects to spruce up your kitchen.

1. Cabinet lighting

Lights under a cabinet make for a classy illumination of countertops. “The simplest way to install under-cabinet lighting is to visit your home improvement store and buy some readily available light fixtures – enough fixtures to place one in each of your major task areas within your kitchen,” says Jill Valeri, president of The

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News from Chattanooga Times Free Press:

Two small windows were removed to make room for this eyebrow window above the sink. It immediately became the focal point in Theresa Evans’ kitchen renovation.

As a junior high school student, Theresa Evans used to admire a two-story brick house along Cleveland, Tenn.’s historic Ocoee Street as she walked home each afternoon.

“I used to imagine how it would look if I lived there,” she said of the 3,000-square-foot, Georgian-style home, which was built in 1949.

As fate would have it, she eventually bought that house in 2005 and has since methodically transformed her dream into reality one project at a time.

She enclosed the former drive-through portico in glass to create a sunroom. She painted the home’s red brick a glossy white and updated the front entranceway, maximizing its curb appeal.

She chose a marble floor and graceful curving staircase for the entry foyer. The upstairs, which had been divided into two apartments, was opened back up and the ballroom dancer indulged her passion with the installation of a dance floor.

Her latest project was a kitchen renovation. Evans called upon the creative eye of Hank Matheny, member of the

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