THESE MOMS INTRODUCE YOU TO THEIR PERFECT KITCHEN
Two bloggers, who are moms like you, share their personal experiences around creating their own perfect kitchens. These bloggers were compensated for their participation in this program.
Sometimes the smallest updates to your kitchen make all the difference in the world. Whether it's a whole new remodel or just an update, remodeling your whole kitchen can be difficult. Not only does it take lots of time and energy, it can also take lots of money.
The next big project the hubby and I are taking on is giving our kitchen a little makeover. If you're in the same boat, but are on a tight budget, The Home Depot has three options that can help you turn any budget into a transformed kitchen:Read More
Over the years we've lived in several houses and with them have been a variety of kitchens in both size and design. But the one constant space we have always incorporated into our kitchen is a family workstation, where all the important everyday items are kept to keep the family on track. Since the kitchen is where the family spends the majority of its time it makes sense to centralize the items you need to run it efficiently.
When we first moved into our home, our kitchen featured cherry wood stained cabinets. We've been thinking about changing the look of our kitchen to go for a more modern and contemporary feel. Instead of replacing our cabinets, a cost-effective alternative is to simply stain them.
After doing some research we found out The Home Depot can actually renew your wood cabinets by updating the color or stain. They offer a service called N-Hance in which they can renew the life and luster of your cabinets if you're on a budget.
Here are 3 color stain options to give your kitchen a modern update:Read More
The Kitchen gets messy! Let's face it, the kitchen is the busiest room in the house. It's often the room that everyone gathers not only to eat meals, but also to come together at the end of the work and school day.
“The kitchen is the castle. This is where we spend our happiest moments and find the joy of being family.” – Mario Batali
The Kitchen is often called the "Heart of the Home," and for good reason. Life happens in the kitchen! Families come together to fix holiday meals, friends gather around to chat about their lives, and many of your life moments happen in the Kitchen.
Nowadays there are so many options when it comes to kitchen faucets. You'll find a variety from filtered-water faucets, one-handled faucets, double-handled faucets, hands-free faucets, pull-down models (the list goes on). I've actually been on the hunt for a new kitchen faucet myself. Whether you're changing an old faucet or remodeling your kitchen, here are a few things to keep in mind when picking a kitchen faucet:
Have you ever wondered where the phrase "a place for everything and everything in it's place" originated? I've always thought that it surely started when someone successfully organized their kitchen space. Let's face it, a well organized kitchen makes dinner time a more enjoyable experience for the home cook.
From pots and pans to silverware and serving utensils, spices and pantry essentials. For an organized kitchen you need two things, adequate storage space and the efficient use of the available storage space. Both of which can be accomplished with little thought and careful consideration of your needs.
What's your dream kitchen like? Do you spend hours watching all those home makeover shows getting ideas or flipping through glossy magazines (okay, well maybe not HOURS, but perhaps a few minutes once the kiddos fall asleep?)Read More
While not every kitchen can accommodate an island, those that do, have the opportunity to make it the centerpiece of the design. A Kitchen Island not only provides you with much needed storage area, and a spot to prep your food, it's often a spot to gather and enjoy dinner or dessert. Whether it's used for food preparation or as an extra dining area there are endless possibilities.
Choosing the right floor for your kitchen can be a daunting task. Between kids spilling food, heavy traffic, to exposure to moisture, it's probably one of the the floors that take the most beating in your home. It's important to pick a floor that's durable and easy to clean. Here are a few of my favorites.