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As an interior designer, I’m always looking for creative solutions that are beautiful and functional. I want to provide my clients with options that I feel confident in, knowing they will sincerely love the end product. And on the other side, I want to spend their dollars wisely, especially when budgets need to stretch! It’s always a fine balance and that’s why working with companies like Kitch are so valuable.
After living in and renovating our home for almost 3 years, the last space to tackle in the beloved Ravine house was the kitchen. For a lot of people, that is the most daunting project, and yet, I couldn’t wait to have this transformation realized. Being an interior designer and house flipper, I had seen my fair share of before and afters, but this would be the first time I got to tackle a kitchen renovation for myself and my family.
You’re reminded of it every time you walk in, walk by, or clean it for yourself or guests. Your bathroom is outdated, or, at least lacks the stylistic flare that once made it one of the most impressive rooms in your home. But renovations can get expensive and a full-scale facelift might not be in the budget. Not to worry, you don’t need to spend a fortune to give your bathroom a refresh; a few alterations here and there can make you fall in love with your space once again. Here are five simple ideas that will breathe new life into your bathroom.
If you’re looking to freshen things up in your home, one of the best places to start is the kitchen. It’s arguably the most used room in your house and where you spend the most time cooking, entertaining, and enjoying the company of your friends and family. Starting any home renovation project can be overwhelming. There is a laundry list of things to consider but we’ve narrowed down the top 5 things to do before starting to give your kitchen a facelift.