Filed under: Do-It-Yourself, Home Improvement, Home Remodeling, Home Renovation, Kitchen Cabinets, kitchen countertop, Kitchen Remodeling
A great looking kitchen is at the top of the agenda for many homeowners looking at home remodeling projects to improve the overall image of their home. In fact according to Remodeling magazine which published a report on cost vs. value, kitchen remodeling ranked as one of the top home improvement projects that provide a return on investment.
Filed under: Cabinets, Kitchen Cabinets, kitchen countertop, Kitchen Remodeling
(ARA) – The kitchen has always been the heart of the home – a place where the family socializes and entertains friends. It’s no wonder a kitchen remodel occupies first place on many homeowners’ wish lists, especially at a time when families are spending less time dining out and more time at home. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most expensive and time-consuming home improvement projects a family will undertake, ranging from $17,000 to $20,000 for a basic kitchen remodel.
Filed under: Flooring, Kitchen, Kitchen Cabinets, kitchen countertop, Kitchen Remodeling, Lighting
Today kitchens are more than just a place to prepare the food; in fact, kitchens have become a gathering place where family members spend quality time with one another while sharing a delicious meal and catching up on the events of each day. Thus, remodeling the central gathering room where the family members spend much of their time is of great importance. No wonder that kitchen remodeling is known to be one of the most important factors in increasing home value.
Filed under: Cabinets, Kitchen, Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Remodeling, Lighting
(ARA) – As you start to build your new home, or remodel an older house into the comfortable and elegant retreat you’ve been dreaming about, one of the main rooms to consider will be the look, feel and use of your kitchen.
Filed under: Kitchen, Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Remodeling
(ARA) – It’s Friday night. You have half an hour before your guests arrive and you’re frantically shuttling back and forth from the kitchen to the dining room, pulling out drawers looking for silverware, flinging cabinets open and slamming them shut with your elbow as you take a handful of plates to the table. Fifteen minutes left and the food is still not ready. Steam from the piping hot pot roast drifts up from the counter. Gravy drips down the cabinet fronts.