🙅New kitchen with HALF the price🙅

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Today we are going to help you save thousands on a brand new kitchen!!!

Are you tired of walking into the same 1950’s kitchen every day? Are you embarrassed to invite friends over for dinner? Are you ready to not spend an arm and a leg on a kitchen you AREN’T ashamed of?

By the time we are done in your home, you will only be seeing this in your nightmares!

“Last year the national average cost for a minor remodel of the heart of the home was $21,198 The report goes on to add that a more major renovation averaged $63,829, and an upscale kitchen renovation had an average cost at $125,721.”

“The typical house has at least 30 linear feet of cabinetry using same design / size with medium-grade oak cabinets – Average of $117 to $140 per linear foot for a total of $4200. This does not take into consideration the removal of old cabinetry and the potential for reinforcement of walls and floors. Such costs would be based on the average carpentry rate of $70 per hour.”

The two above statistics are the sad truth we are living today!

Worry NO MORE! We have secret money saving tips you will all LOVE!

What if we told you you could completely transform your kitchen for less than HALF of that amount!!!?

To completely re-do this kitchen, it WOULD HAVE cost over $20,000.00… but because of our money saving tips, they only spent $2,000.00 and it looks like a whole new house!!!

Besides just changing the color of your cabinets you can do other things in your kitchen to give it its own look.

Try giving the island its own accent color

Click here to read about our cabinet process!

If you don’t have an island in your home, try giving the two levels their own colors. These small but subtle changes give your kitchen a personality of its own!

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Don’t like the grain marks on your cabinets? — Don’t worry, we can take that away as well!!

Even if you don’t like the grainy look, they don’t have to be replaced!

Do you want your kitchen to

1. Update Your hardware:

Hardware can completely change the look of a piece of furniture and it can do the same for your cabinets. Replace drawer and cabinet pulls for an new unique look that instantly updates your entire space.

2. Use lighter colors:

A light color on the walls and cabinets instantly brightens a space making it look larger and in turn, more expensive. Light colors reflect light and hide imperfections, including those scratches, dings and dents in your old cabinets.

3. Change  The  lighting:

Chandeliers and pendants are the perfect accessory to not only brighten your kitchen but change the mood of the space. Standard lights that come in most homes and rentals are uniform. Mix it up and give the most used room in your house some personality or an unexpected element.

4. Use artwork:

Artwork is a great way to elevate any room and it will do the same in your kitchen. Don’t be afraid to go big and bold — it will give the illusion of a bigger space. Art is also a great option for renters who don’t have the freedom to change everything they’d like to.

5. Paint your appliances stainless steel:

Don’t have stainless steel appliances? No problem. Use a paint-on stainless steel finish to update your appliances that still work well, but are giving your kitchen a dated feel. Be careful, companies make different types if this liquid stainless steel depending on the appliance and its use.

6. Add window treatments.

Dress up your bare windows to instantly dress up your kitchen.

7. Hide small appliances:

Nothing brings down a space more than clutter. Keep your counter space clear of small appliances like toasters, blenders and coffee pots. They’re easy enough to take out when you want to use them.

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