If you are sick and tired of cooking in a kitchen that makes you feel like you're stuck in a 1970's sitcom or one that barely functions as a kitchen then it may be time to pull the trigger and start your kitchen remodel project. Even though you may have picked out all of your kitchen cabinets and your kitchen countertops, there are a few other things that you may not have factored into your kitchen remodeling budget. This article will take a closer look at three things that you may not have considered for your kitchen remodel. [Read More]
Can You Save On A Kitchen Renovation?
The average cost of a low-end kitchen renovation is around $20,000. In some instances, the renovations far exceed that and end up costing at least $100,000. Unless you have unlimited funding, you need to find ways to cut down on the costs of your renovation. Fortunately for you, there are ways to do this and not give up on the design and quality that you want. Here are some tips to help you stay under budget. [Read More]
Tight Budget? 5 Ways to Spend Limited Money on a Kitchen Remodel
Are you thinking of remodeling your kitchen but don't have the extra money to spend $10,000, $20,000, or more on the project? If you focus on what improvements give you the most bang for your buck, you can end up with a fabulous space for a fraction of the regular cost. Here are five places to direct your energy. Replace Appliances. If your appliances are a little dated, upgrade them with stainless steel versions. [Read More]
3 Changes That Can Make Small Living Rooms Feel Bigger
A small living room can be an issue for many homeowners. Not only does it impact the aesthetic appeal of the home, it can also make entertaining more difficult. For many homeowners, adding square footage is not a possibility. Expanding a room can be expensive and time consuming. However, a few key changes to the living room can make the space feel much larger. Here are three things homeowners should consider doing in order to make a living space feel bigger. [Read More]