Published at Monday, 28 January 2019. Kitchen Cabinets and Storage. By Jesper Laursen.
We didn’t have the money for a gut renovation, let alone a contractor, but we also knew the kitchen needed a complete overhaul. Another hurdle: we needed a working kitchen throughout our project. So, we decided to work in sections, which made it easier to pay for items as we went. There were two things that we spent the bulk of our budget on: new countertops and refinishing our solid wood cabinets.
When we bought our charming Victorian-style home four years ago, we knew that each room was going to need some TLC. Built in 1905, this house had great bones: working pocket doors, detailed woodwork, and a doublewide lemonade porch you’d be hard-pressed to find in newer homes today. We fell in love and so we signed up for a lifetime of renovations.
A year ago, if you told me I'd be renovating my kitchen myself, I'd laugh. But after mortgage payments, daycare, and budgeting become a reality, compromises need to be made. And sometimes that means picking up a hammer is the only way to get the job done.
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