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Not every project in your kitchen has to be long and labor intensive! You can make plenty of updates that won't take your whole weekend to complete.
Swap Out The Faucet
Plumbing fixtures are constantly evolving and new features are added such as touchless sensors and the ability to switch from the water stream to spray. Why not swap out that outdated faucet and replace with a new one? You don't have to be a plumber to make this easy project. There are plenty of tutorials online that will help you.
Hang A Pot Rack Over Your Island
Want to add style and gain some space in your cabinets? Consider hanging a pot rack over your kitchen island. By adding one of these, you can move your larger pots and pans out of the cabinets and free up space as well as look like a top notch chef with your cookware just an arm's length away.
Under cabinet lighting is a great addition to a kitchen. It provides additional lighting that can be helpful while cooking and also become another element to the illumination of your kitchen. We would suggest using an LED under cabinet lighting kit. There are many available at your hardware store and you can choose from those that need to be screwed into the underside of the upper cabinets or there are battery operated units available that just stick to the underside of the cabinet.
cabinet hardware. Take a count of how many pulls and knobs you need as well as any inspiration pictures so you can find what you're looking for once you get to the store. We would also recommend taking note of the "center to center", or "CC" dimension on your current pulls. It will save you a lot of time and hassle by selecting hardware with the same dimension rather than having to patch and fill holes created by different size pulls. Usually, there is a large quantity associated with cabinet hardware in a kitchen so pay attention to the cost of the knobs and pulls. The cost can add up quick when buying 20 to 30 of each.
Most people are always craving more organization in their life and with the kitchen being the most used room in the house, it's easy for clutter to find a way into that space. Take an empty wall and create a "command center" for your family. This can be a place that everyone knows will have the information and/or paperwork they are looking for. The small center can have a calendar with important dates noted, a board with the week's menu planned out, as well as wall shelves that hold any homework or papers that need to be accessed easily.
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