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10 easy kitchen fixes


10 easy kitchen fixes

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10 easy kitchen fixes
News from Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier:

A kitchen remodel not in the budget? If replacing cabinets or appliances – or a complete kitchen remodel – is several years down the road, you can update an outdated kitchen with a few changes without breaking the bank.

1. Paint. Who doesn’t know that paint is one of the easiest and fastest ways to update a kitchen? Paint your walls a fresh new color or paint cabinets in a matte or glossy finish. Dark colors are trendy now, but crisp, clean white can be a new lease on life, too. Contrast cabinets with walls. Chalkboard paint can transform an upper cabinet into a fun message center. Paint the kitchen table, island or work station a different color .

2. Install new hardware on cabinets.

3. Reface cabinets with new cabinet doors instead of buying all new cabinets. Or chose a DIY product like Rustoleum’s Cabinet Transformations, a coating system that can change the look of worn cabinets.

4. Change out the sink and/or faucet. You’ll…………… continues on Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

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A small kitchen doesn’t have to be a disadvantage
News from Monsters and Critics.com:

Berlin – Anyone who has ever cooked in a small kitchen knows that it can be frustrating.

Preparing a three-course meal or making cookies quickly becomes a challenge as mixing bowls, baking sheets and the finished cookies start stacking up everywhere. The stress only mounts when there’s no space to roll out the dough and the utensils always seem to be in the wrong place.

It can be hard to keep on top of things, but there are solutions. The available space in a small kitchen, even as limited as it often is in a city apartment, can be used wisely.

‘A kitchen’s array of appliances is not necessarily a function of its size,’ said Frank Huether, director of a modern kitchen consortium in Germany. Huether recommends dual purpose appliances such as induction cook tops. The space lends itself for chopping or other food preparation when all the burners aren’t in use.

Elke Wieczorek of a German home economics association sees dual-purpose applian…………… continues on Monsters and Critics.com

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