Easy Kitchen Updates

The kitchen may be the hardest-working room in the house, so it runs the risk of looking overworked. Give your kitchen fresh appeal with these quick and easy updates, including solutions for your windows, floor, pantry, and more!

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Freestanding Pantry Ideas

Short on storage and space? No worries. These stylish go-anywhere pantry designs house everything from baking pans and cooking staples to party supplies -- exactly where you need them most. As a bonus, many of these units are transportable so they can travel with you when you move.

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One-of-a-Kind Backsplashes

In a hardworking kitchen, a backsplash is an ideal opportunity to add a little personality. See how pretty materials and unique installations can bring a fresh face to your kitchen.

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Drab to Fab Makeover

See how a basic kitchen received a fresh face on an affordable remodeling budget.

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Guide to Cabinetry

From Better Homes and Gardens, ideas and improvement projects for your home and garden plus recipes and entertaining ideas.

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Countertop Ideas

Countertops are big part of your kitchen. Consider these up-and-coming materials to make a statement in your space.

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Subway Tile Backsplashes

When it comes to a classic backsplash, nothing beats the traditional subway tile. Subway tiles make cleaning up kitchen messes a quick and easy task, plus the variety to choose from seems almost infinite. One thing is for sure, subway tile will never go out of style.

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Easy Cabinet Updates: Call of Nature

Update your kitchen with this easy cabinet door makeover. All it takes is a few tools and an afternoon.

What You Need:

  • Jigsaw
  • Router
  • Latex paint
  • Fabric
  • 2- 1/2-inch-thick wooden rods

How to Make It:

  1. Cut out the center panel with a jigsaw.
  2. Rout a lip or ledge on the back of the door.
  3. Fill any nicks with wood filler.
  4. Lightly sand each door to rough the entire surface.
  5. Paint the door.
  6. Wrap the edge of a fabric panel around 1/4-inch-thick pieces of wood.
  7. Place the fabric behind the opening in the cabinet door.
  8. Nail fabric-covered wood to the back of the door.

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