Let Your Kitchen Reflect You

When you think of your kitchen you might think of it as just the place where food is stored and prepared, but your kitchen is so much more. Learn how your kitchen can reflect your personality.

Find Your Kitchen's Hidden Space

If you are living with a kitchen that feels too small or crammed with stuff, there are a few tricks to make it feel and look more spacious.

Make Your Own Butcher Block Table

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Create Your Own Butcher Block Table

Looking for more counter space in your kitchen? Extra room to prepare meals, store food or showcase your collectibles? A butcher block table could be the answer.

These little rolling tables are quickly gaining popularity and can be found pretty much everywhere. But what if you are looking for something a little more unique? Why not make your own?

Cabinet Couture

If you feel like your kitchen is stuck in 1965, 1975 or 1985, all you need are a few tools, some know how and the patience to bring your kitchen into this century.

A Cook's Kitchen

New Year, New Kitchen, New You

All seems to be right with the world: the holidays are behind us, the guests are gone, the 2006 calendars and to do lists are shredded. Heck, even our resolutions are holding strong (you did make some DIY resolutions for your home didn't you?)

An Island Getaway You're Sure To Love!

Kitchen islands are fantastic for giving a large kitchen even more much-valued counter space. But, what if yours is, well, less than idyllic?

How To Accessorize Your Cabinets

Accessorizing is too important a concept to be confined to just dressing up. The fact is that many things, from the perfect Christmas tree, to the perfect patio come together because of the little touches that pull it all together. If you think of a newly made-over room as a little black dress, the hardware details you add are akin to elegant pearl earrings -- subtle, classy, must-have accessories. And when it comes to updating the kitchen, pulls, knobs, and handles are truly the jewelry of the kitchen cabinets.

How To Remove Old Wallpaper

Using a flathead screwdriver, remove all of the switch and outlet covers from all of the walls that you want to work on. Once you've done this, cover the outlets and the switches with blue painter's tape.


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