I have yet to live in a house with a dream kitchen. Truthfully, I’m a realist so I’m not sure I even need a dream kitchen; I just don’t want a problem kitchen. Buuuuuuuut, I have one.
It’s a very poorly designed and poorly equipped mini L-shaped galley of annoyance.
The builders installed short and shallow cabinets and very few of them. They could have at least doubled the number if they’d utilized the available wall space.
But noooooo, instead they chose to stop the cabinets in the middle of the kitchen and mount a useless countertop at a useless height. It can’t be a work surface and the overhang is so small that it can’t be an eat-at counter either.
Poor design and wasted space!
You have no idea how much time I’ve spent perusing the aisles at Home Depot trying to figure out a way to revitalize and redesign the kitchen without doing a major renovation, and I think the first priority is going to be the cabinets but I can’t decide which way to go.
Home Depot offers Replace, Reface and ReNew options, and I go back and forth with what I want to do. I’m a horrible decision maker, just horrible!
I don’t have that many cabinets, so should I just take them all off and replace with something better? Should I just add some more to the empty space on the wall and then reface or renew the ones I have? Can’t decide, can’t decide.
But I’m drooling over some of the examples on their site, like this:
Replace, Reface, ReNew are three options available ONLY at The Home Depot. Replace allows for full transformation of your kitchen cabinets with an array of choices from top brands.
Reface is a perfect option to update your cabinets without a major renovation. And lastly, ReNew is ideal for consumers who want to give their existing cabinets a facelift without major disruptions and cost.
And to complete your kitchen project, The Home Depot is your one stop shop for countertops, sinks, appliances, backsplashes and lighting.
Maybe I should just move. That would probably be an easier decision, but not as fun.
What needs to be revitalized and redesigned in your kitchen?
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