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19 Kitchen Projects Every Homeowner Should Know About

Could your kitchen use a new sink, a backsplash, updated hardware, better organization, a good cleaning? Here's how to get started Full Story
     Comment   September 10, 2014
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Make sure your contractor and plumber look at your EXISTING plumbing before you choose a new sink, and confirm whether new piping is required prior to installation. My sink ended up being too deep to accommodate the existing piping and as a result, it keeps backing up. We are looking for a solution and may need to cut into our custom kitchen cabinet.
September 9, 2014 at 5:16PM     
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I will also caution anyone with the sink shown in #1, that it may not be that easy to get in behind it to replace the faucet (#3), having been there and done that!
September 10, 2014 at 4:18AM     
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Rose Friton
One hint about stainless steel sinks. Choose one without the sharp corner inside, as they're hard to keep clean. Rounded corners at the bottom of the sink are easier to keep clean and sanitary.
September 10, 2014 at 5:34AM     
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   Comment   August 24, 2014
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Get a Grip on Kitchen Cabinets With the Right Knobs and Pulls

Here's how to pair the right style, type and finish of cabinet hardware with your kitchen style Full Story
     Comment   August 24, 2014
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Someone said this was the most difficult part of the kitchen remodel and I agree!!
on Monday at 10:26AM     
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Joni Hilton
I know, right? But if you choose wisely, it can also be one of the most joyful parts of the room-- every time you open a door or drawer, you'll feel delighted and content!
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