I spend a lot of time in my kitchen — breakfast, lunch, dinner, supervising numerous snacks — so it doesn’t take long for the look to get stale.
Unfortunately, everything in there is just so big that I’m kinda stuck with it. We don’t have much wall space to simply update decor. And, we won’t be updating appliances until they completely die on us.
That’s why I was so thrilled to see this $700 kitchen remodel. It’s still out of my budget, but it did give me a few ideas.
“For a cheap renovation, look for ways you can utilize what’s already in your kitchen, and pick projects you can delve into yourself without paying a contractor,” says Katy Carter. My head has been swimming with ideas ever since.
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See Katy’s full kitchen renovation in her 4-part series:
Part 1: The Julia Child Pegboard Pot Rack
Part 2: The Window and Shelves
Part 3: The Countertop and Backsplash
Part 4: The Wrap-Up
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