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Without having your kitchen, prepare yourself for a stressful situation. However, if you have a strategy, you can survive and thrive while waiting for your new kitchen to be completed
10 Tips for Surviving a Kitchen Remodel
1-Ask about Hillcrest Cabinets Complimentary Mini Kitchen Setup.
2-Prep large meals and freeze them ahead of time.
3-BBQ! This will be the saving grace for most kitchen renos. Fire up the grill as often as possible.
4-Slow Cooker, knockout some pulled pork sandwiches or stews. This often underused kitchen gadget comes in handy when you don't have an oven.
5-Setup somewhere with a sink. Preferably a laundry room with deep sinks for washing dishes.
6-Disposable dinnerware, save some of the hassle and use disposable cutlery, plates, cups and bowls. Also try to use foil baking trays to save some cleanup.
7-Offer family a free meal if you let them cook it in their kitchen ;)
8-Treat yourself to dinner at a restaurant.
9-Hot plate in replacement of your stove top
10-Most notably always bare in mind the finsh line. Your end result will be well worth all the hassle.
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There is a large variance in cost when considering your kitchen and bathroom finishes.
Thermofoil kitchens often offer spectacular durability and diverse colour options. A smart choice for many areas of your home.
Painted options offer a more high end look. Also in the event it is damaged can be easily repaired. Painted MDF is a cost effective substrate for doors and panels. Durability is good. Painted wood far more durable than MDF. It should be mentioned that painted wood sometimes shows lines where the door joints are.
Stained kitchens are usually highest price and richest look.
Surely if you're reading this, you are looking at updating your kitchen or bathroom. This article will explain some general rules to follow when surveying North Bay's kitchen and bath market.
Shaker Style Doors
Look past the host on your favourite cooking show and you will likely see shaker style doors. Whether it's painted, stained or natural wood... Shaker is classic and timeless.
Raised Panel Doors
Solid construction with soft curves. Mostly used for glazed or distressed kitchens.
Slab Style Doors
Ultra modern with straight clean lines.
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