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468 Views How to Remodel Your Kitchen on a Budget | Two Tone Cabinets | Dream Kitchen Remodel
Published on Aug 17, 2016 Let's DIY together: http://diywithcaitlin.com Countertops by Chop Bloc: http://chopbloccuttingboards.com/ Learn how I transformed an outdated and ugly kitchen into a trendy modern paradise for under $4500! Day 1: Demo Day! We ripped out the countertops, all the tile backsplash and the sink. Day 2: We laid out the plywood which will support the new Chop Bloc countertops. Day 3: If you've ever thought about tackling a tile project yourself, you should! It's not terribly difficult and it's very rewarding. So save yourself some money and Do-It-Yourself! Home Depot even has free classes and there a million and one tutorials online that can help guide you. You will need a tile saw or a grinder like the one I used in this video. I went with white subway tiles for a clean modern look. They were also inexpensive. Day 4: Painting the cabinets! I decided after a lot of thinking that I didn't want Ikea cabinets. My cabinets were in good shape and I like the idea of knowing my kitchen is totally unique and not like every other remodeled kitchen out there. So I opted to sand, prime and repaint my cabinets. Prepping for painting takes a lot longer than actually painting. Apply two light coats and make sure to wear a mask or respirator! Day 5: Countertops! My ABSOLUTE favorite day! We finished installing the Chop Bloc mahogany countertops and they're so smooth and perfect. I couldn't believe how rich the colors were after I applied the mineral oil. It was amazing! Disclaimer: I received a discount from Chop Bloc in exchange for producing one of three videos. I really love and highly recommend their butcher block products.
Post date : 2017-03-15 06:41 Posted by : moviegoer
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501 Views Kitchen Remodeling Ideas on a Budget
Use these tips from Lowe's Creative Ideas to remodel your kitchen on a budget by making changes in stages. Find project details here: http://low.es/KPHx5U Update your outdated kitchen cabinets by applying a simple coat of paint and changing out the cabinet and drawer pulls. Installing glass fronts on end cabinets will help to open up the space. Update old kitchen countertops instead of replacing them by using Modern Masters Countertop Transformation. Installing sleek new appliances is another easy way to make your kitchen look more modern and up-to-date. Open up your kitchen by removing soffits and upper cabinets. This will allow the kitchen to flow into the dining room. Tie the dining room and kitchen together by tiling the backsplash and one wall in the dining room with high-style stone subway tile. Adding shelves in the dining room that match the kitchen countertops will also help to coordinate the spaces. These shelves can be used to store things or used as extra storage space. Incorporating DIY projects like the chairs and the floor cloth in this video provides an affordable way to incorporate high impact style into your kitchen. Transform a wall into functional art by painting it with chalkboard paint. For more creative interior design ideas, visit http://www.lowescreativeideas.com Find all your supplies for your do-it-yourself projects at http://www.lowes.com
Post date : 2017-03-15 06:40 Posted by : moviegoer
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516 Views Small Kitchen Remodeling Ideas 2016
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Post date : 2017-03-15 06:39 Posted by : moviegoer
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444 Views Kitchen Remodeling Ideas and Tips: Before You Call a Professional
Nadia's kitchen remodeling tips - what to do before you call a professional ○ Doing your Homework - Make a budget - Define your priorities - Ask around - Research online - Know your restrictions ○ Being Thorough with Contractors - Be upfront with your expectations - Contact your local Better Business Bureau to make sure your contractor hasn't had complaints - Create a list of questions and makes sure your contractor can answer them - Read the fine print - Learn about permits to double check your contractor More Tips ○ Decide how much help you need/want There are different types of kitchen remolding professionals to choose from based on the needs you'll have: designers, contractors, electricians, plumbers and installers. A big part of deciding what pros you'll need is based off of how much you're comfortable doing on your own and how much help you can afford. ○ Define your priorities You have to do your homework to determine what your likes and dislikes are and define your priorities. You want a restaurant grade oven and refrigerator but you also need to hire a plumber and an electrician. Knowing where your priorities are can help you decide where to best spend your budget and where you can comprise when you need to hire a pro. ○ Use kitchen design software to save money and find the right professionals Using a design program, such as Homestyler, allows you to visualize your kitchen remodeling ideas before buying a thing. In addition, you'll determine the initial budget planning yourself which will save you money that you can use for appliances or hiring pros. Save all your designs online, then share them with potential remodeling professionals and contractors, so you can get more than one bid. ○ Find licensed contractors with good references Choose your contractor wisely. Ask your friends for referrals. Do call references, and always ask to see their license. Remember to print out and share your kitchen design so you can get the most accurate bids from the professionals you are looking to hire. ○ Learn about permits and your home owners association Remodeling a kitchen tends to take a lot longer than we allow. If you need permits, that will add to your schedule. Also, you will need to be familiar with any construction restrictions your home owners association has. Those restrictions can increase the time (and costs) it takes to complete your kitchen remodel as well. Kitchen Remodeling Ideas and Tips: Before You Call a Professional Doing your homework before you interview and hire a professional can make your kitchen remodeling project go more smoothly. Try using online design software, like the free* Autodesk Homestyler, to help you visualize your kitchen remodeling ideas and see them in 3D. Then save and share your thoughts as you meet with potential designers, contractors and other pros. Professional designer Nadia Geller gives you a few essential tips to get you started. *Autodesk Homestyler is a free online service that provides access to home design software created by Autodesk. Free products and services are subject to the terms of use that accompany them.
Post date : 2017-03-15 06:38 Posted by : moviegoer
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495 Views How To WIN With TOXIC Players!
Ever had a toxic player on your team? Let me show you how I deal with them!
Post date : 2016-12-11 10:41 Posted by : peter88
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506 Views How To Change a Car Tire
Today I show you step by step how to quickly change a car tire. Changing a car tire is actually incredibly easy! You don't have to be a trained mechanic to successfully change a car tire. Has your car tire gone flat? Someone put a nail in it? Ran over something that's punctured your tires? No worries! Simply whack out the spare tire and follow the step by step instructions & you'll be good to go in a couple of minutes.
Post date : 2016-12-11 10:38 Posted by : peter88
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547 Views How to save yourself from choking
A funeral campaign based entirely around survival. The more you live, the more you leave to remember. not-yet.ca Campaign Credits: Client: Mount Pleasant Group Agency: Union Creative Production Company: Tendril Director: Daniel Pommella Creative Director: Alexandre Torres Executive Producer: Kate Bate Producers: Mary Anne Ledesma, Priscila Conde Design: Emilie Muszczak, Rodrigo Rezende, Leandro Beltran, Daniel Pommella Animation: Gabriel Rocha, Leandro Beltran, Carlos Torres, Bruno Brasil, Samuel Bohn
Post date : 2016-12-02 11:26 Posted by : peter88
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497 Views How to put out a grease fire
A funeral campaign based entirely around survival. The more you live, the more you leave to remember. not-yet.ca Campaign Credits: Client: Mount Pleasant Group Agency: Union Creative Production Company: Tendril Director: Daniel Pommella Creative Director: Alexandre Torres Executive Producer: Kate Bate Producers: Mary Anne Ledesma, Priscila Conde Design: Emilie Muszczak, Rodrigo Rezende, Leandro Beltran, Daniel Pommella Animation: Gabriel Rocha, Leandro Beltran, Carlos Torres, Bruno Brasil, Samuel Bohn
Post date : 2016-12-02 11:25 Posted by : peter88
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543 Views How to Build a Shitty Dolly
I decided to build another shitty dolly since my old one is back in Sweden. I figured I might as well document the process. The posters: imgur.com/a/RXPuD
Post date : 2016-12-02 11:22 Posted by : peter88
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499 Views The 4 Steps to Getting an Idea (The Remix Method #1)
Want to see more videos like this? Come back us on Patreon! patreon.com/kirbyferguson Get occasional updates about my new stuff: eepurl.com/bsl0Dn A Technique for Producing Ideas, by James Webb Young amzn.to/2cIyvHn everythingisaremix.info twitter.com/remixeverything facebook.com/everythingisaremix
Post date : 2016-12-02 11:20 Posted by : peter88