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When I bought my current home it was definitely what would be described as a fixer upper. I had to completely remodel the kitchen, which wasn't much more than a shell when I moved in, but I was on a tight budget. I started learning how to do the essential work that was involved, such as installing kitchen cabinets, replacing the sink, tiling and laying wood flooring, and I felt such a strong sense of accomplishment when the work was done and I had a beautiful kitchen for a fraction of the price it would have cost to pay a professional kitchen fitter. I started this blog to share what I learned and exchange tips with other home improvement enthusiasts. I hope you enjoy my blog.

How to Choose the Right Blinds for Your Home

28 August 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Blinds are a good choice for virtually any window in any home! Blinds are more compact than curtains so they won't get in the way of foot traffic or furniture, and they offer lots of flexibility as to the amount of sunlight you let into your interior space. When you do start shopping for blinds for your home, you might be surprised at the number of options you have when it comes to the material and even the colour and pattern on the blinds. Read More …

Arranging Kitchen Renovations On A Budget

25 July 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you have big designs for kitchen renovations but only a small budget to work with, you may think that is the end of the road for your dreams. The good news is that there are many kitchen renovations that are completed on a limited budget which can look just as good as if you spent thousands more. The trick is in finding a kitchen renovations company that knows how to make your money go a little further without compromising on style or quality. Read More …

Removals Tips: How to Get Your BBQ Ready for Your Move

20 July 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

When you're moving home your garden may be the last thing you think about packing up. While you may think that you can just stuff all your garden equipment and furniture on to your removalist's van at the last minute, this isn't always the case. For example, if you'll be moving a BBQ, you need to leave some time to prep it for your move to get it into an acceptable condition for your removalist. Read More …

2 Non-Standard Features To Consider For Your Custom-Designed Dream Kitchen

25 June 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Kitchens have always been a vital and valued room in the home. These days, their role has expanded significantly, and kitchens now act as family gathering points, informal dining areas and a place to work, entertain and study. With the now virtually ubiquitous open-plan living spaces that modern homeowners demand, a kitchen has to look amazing and function well in a practical sense. For this reason, many homeowners who are building a new home or remodelling an older one find that standard, off-the-shelf kitchen designs are no longer enough. Read More …

3 Organization Tips for Maintaining a Clean and Tidy Kitchen

18 May 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

The kitchen is one of those areas in the home that has the potential of looking untidy and disorganized. You can have pots and pans sitting on the island, dishes and cutlery lying all across the counter, and items placed carelessly on top of one another in the cabinets. This lack of organization not only makes the kitchen look unsightly, but it can also cause accidents in the kitchen as it is easy for kitchenware to fall off the cabinets and counters. Read More …

About Me
Creating A Kitchen You Love On A Budget

When I bought my current home it was definitely what would be described as a fixer upper. I had to completely remodel the kitchen, which wasn't much more than a shell when I moved in, but I was on a tight budget. I started learning how to do the essential work that was involved, such as installing kitchen cabinets, replacing the sink, tiling and laying wood flooring, and I felt such a strong sense of accomplishment when the work was done and I had a beautiful kitchen for a fraction of the price it would have cost to pay a professional kitchen fitter. I started this blog to share what I learned and exchange tips with other home improvement enthusiasts. I hope you enjoy my blog.

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