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Bayberry Kitchen Remodel Reveal - Inspired by Charm Kitchen Makeover

Tour my Bayberry Kitchen Remodel Reveal. A traditional kitchen with touches of vintage and modern details. Custom cabintey and highend applaicnes.

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Studio Dearborn is an interior design firm specializing in kitchen design, bathroom design and custom cabinetry, with over 25 years of design excellence.

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Our IKEA Kitchen Remodel Reveal!

Its time to finally show you our IKEA Kitchen Remodel Reveal! See all of the before & after photos, plus get info on how much it cost on the blog!

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Designer Perfect Kitchen | Warline Painting LTD

Click here to view this beautiful kitchen cabinet project. Like what you see? Submit your free estimate today!

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Bright White Kitchen Makeover on a Budget

This dated kitchen was completely transformed into a white modern farmhouse kitchen with a budget of $1000. Full of money saving tips and DIY tutorials.

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Tall Kitchen Cabinets - How to Add Height - The Honeycomb Home

A step by step guide on how to add height to your kitchen cabinets. Tall kitchen cabinets will make your kitchen look and feel bigger as well as give it a more customized look.

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Farmhouse Kitchen

Shop Decor Steals for new deals everyday on modern, vintage, rustic and farmhouse decor - from wall decor and lighting to baskets and kitchen decor!

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10 Timeless Kitchen Trends That Will Never Go Out Of Style

Whether you're buying or renovating, choosing classic looks in your kitchen is a safe, smart bet. Here are the ones you'll see over and over again.

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Kitchen Makeover: Final Reveal!

Our mini kitchen makeover is finally complete! This makeover is by no means one of those jaw dropping before & afters, where you can hardly recognize the original space. However, we think the changes we made make a huge difference overall! To recap: our whole plan was to update our kitchen without having to paint the cabinets - not only are they newer & in good condition, we didn't feel like taking on the extra task of painting the cabinets since we plan on moving eventually anyway. In other words, we weren't concerned with getting our 'dream kitchen' at this point. To achieve our goal, we updated the counters with Frosty Carrina quartz, replaced the backsplash with white ceramic subway tile, & made some other minor updates (you can read more on those details in these prior posts: ordered countertops, picked out a sink & faucet, demoed our existing backsplash & counters, installed Frosty Carrina quartz & sink, installed installed our faucet & drywall, installed backsplash, grouted backsplash, new pendant light & finishing touches). So here's what the kitchen looked like when we moved in back in 2008: It wasn't awful by any means, just not our current style. It's funny how tastes can change, because we initially thought this kitchen was pretty nice (particularly in comparison with our former apartment kitchen). Even though we always planned on upgrading the laminate countertops, we actually liked the travertine backsplash originally. However, over the last few years we've made some minor changes in our home (painted, updated some lighting, & added some decor/furniture) and, eventually, the stone backsplash didn't really jive with the style of the rest of our house. Here's what the kitchen looked like in January (before we started demo): And here's what our updated kitchen looks like now! The countertops read as solid bright white in photos, but in person they are a softer white with grey veining (we think it's a great alternative to marble). Here are some close-ups of the Frosty Carrina quartz by Caesarstone: One of the best decisions we made was going with the larger single bowl sink & new faucet. We seriously love the sink area now: This is our 'coffee area' - where we keep our Keurig machine & Vue packs: Before & Afters: The first thing we made in our new kitchen was some lemon poppy seed bread! We think this mini makeover demonstrates that you can update your kitchen without having to paint your cabinets! Mel & Nader :) Source List: Frosty Carrina Quartz - Granite Direct Warehouse (our salesperson was Melissa) Schon HD 16 Gauge Radius Undermount Single Bowl Stainless Steel 32" x 19" sink - Granite Direct Warehouse Kohler Barossa Faucet - Home Depot Snow White 3" x 6" Ceramic Tile - Home Depot Oyster Gray Grout & Caulk - Home Depot Hampton Bay Esdale Oil Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Light - Home Depot Wheat Bread by Behr paint - Home Depot accessories - most of the items are from Home Goods/TJ Maxx (luckily we had a gift card) this was not a sponsored post

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Pantry Ideas & Inspiration — Gipman Kitchens & Cabinetry

It's been a while since we've done an inspiration post, but we love sharing other designers' work that catches our eye or sparks creativity. It's easy to get stuck in the bubble of your work, but we've always been believers that finding inspiration is an important part of the process of creating. Wh

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