When people walk into your home, you hope the first rooms they see make a good impression.
For these homeowners, that meant working nights and weekends putting together a better, more efficient kitchen.
They used a little DIY-know-how for their budget kitchen remodel and removed, repainted, and reinstalled the cabinets.
They also purchased a wet saw and cut the glass tiles for their backsplash themselves.
Once they discovered they had a baby on the way, they started shopping sales and e Bay for discounted fixtures and created an inviting bath in their 1925 cottage, piece by piece.
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It's how this Winnetka, Illinois homeowner was able to afford her bath's overhaul on just $4,000.
The upstairs bath in her 1921 Tudor Revival was in bad shape, complete with a rust-stained tub and cracked tile floor.
After deciding to go with mostly surface updates to their kitchen, they saved a huge chunk of cash—and maintained the kitchen's vintage charm.
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She said yes, even though yellow wasn't her first choice.