Published at October 10th, 2018 - 09:12:09. Kitchen. By Leah Hill.
Think logically. What things from your existing kitchen are you planning to keep? What are you going to throw away? What will need replacing? What can be refurbished and re-used? All of these questions can give you a headache so make lists of what you’re throwing away and what you need to buy. That way you’re always in control and won't end up with two of anything. When deciding what new furniture and appliances to invest in start by listing what you need and then move on to what you want. Fitting in the necessities should always be your priority.
Many retailers have set up complete kitchens in their showrooms. They have arranged them to include cabinets, appliances, sinks, stoves, refrigerators, tables and chairs to help you get a feel of how a new kitchen will "almost˝ look like in your own home. You are sure to find a few of these retailers within your neighborhood. Don’t just limit yourself to the well known chains such as Home Depot or Lowe’s. Look in your phone book to find the smaller dealers were they could give friendlier and cozier service.
If your wooden floors are in sorry shape, why don‘t you sand them? Afterwards you can use wood putty to conceal all those scrapes and scratches. Once you‘re done, hunt for the most heavy-duty coat of paint you can find in beige or white and give your floor a much needed polish.
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