Tips for Updating Kitchen Cabinets & Save Money

Posted on: 22 January 2019

If you're remodelling a fixer-upper, then you work to a specific schedule and budget. For example, you may have initially focused on essential building work, leaving rooms like your kitchen to last. If your kitchen is a workable and liveable space, then its redesign is not a priority. While you hope that your budget will stretch until you've done all the work, you may find that you're running low on funds towards the end of the project.
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3 Ideas To Transform A Small Unused Nook In Your Home Into A Functional And Attractive Feature

Posted on: 9 September 2018

In even the most well-designed home, there is usually an annoying little space that is difficult to find a good use for. It may be the area under the stairwell, a small space at the top of the stairs or a nook between a built-in wardrobe and the wall in a bedroom. If you have one of these annoying little spaces, you may be wondering how you can utilise it. Here are three ideas that will help to make a wasted little nook into an attractive and functional feature in your home.
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3 Key Ideas To Consider When Creating A Custom Design For Your Large Kitchen

Posted on: 22 June 2017

Remodelling your kitchen is an exciting and rewarding home improvement project. Kitchens are the hub of the home and they need to work in a functional sense as well as looking great. If you have a very large kitchen, then you may not think that coming up with a custom kitchen design will be as difficult as it is for a very compact kitchen. However, clever design is just as important with large kitchens to prevent the space from feeling cavernous and uninviting.
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Understanding Different Types of Cabinet Woods

Posted on: 23 February 2017

At a time when synthetic materials are ruling the world of custom cabinets, it is still cool and acceptable to use wood as your preferred material for building your home cabinets. But before you use wood as your chosen construction material, you need to get a proper understanding of the various wood types that are available on the market today. The reason is that different wood types will give your finished product different types and degrees of aesthetic appeal and d├ęcor.
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