Blog Profiles: Kitchen Remodeling Blogs

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My husband and I decided to finally update our kitchen cabinets.

We’ve done a lot of work to the house over the years, from taking the main bathroom down to the studs and starting with fresh drywall to ripping out carpet and putting in bamboo plank flooring (sooo nice). We also added a back patio with stone pavers.

But that kitchen. I think the kitchen probably last saw a remodel in the ’90s.

When we moved in, the kitchen had a hunter green counter top (which we ditched years ago for a gray one), and the cabinets were a medium cherry wood with faux antique brass finished handles and knobs.

We thought about every different way to fix our sad-looking kitchen — painting, refacing (both having someone else reface or DIY-ing), or having a contractor do the work. In the end, we opted for ordering new cabinets and putting them in ourselves.

So it’s been a crazy month at our house. The cabinets (shaker style natural maple with a satin finish) arrived in big boxes a month ago. To prep before their arrival, we repainted the ceiling. This led to repainting the kitchen, dining room, living room, and hallway ceilings. We removed the cabinets and donated them to Habitat for Humanity ReStore (don’t dump, donate!).

Putting the new cabinets in was a process, but now it’s nearly all done. The kitchen now is a room I actually want to be in! It’s bright and modern, and I absolutely love it.

Read on for ideas and inspiration for your new kitchen (that you know you want … someday).

1. Emily A. Clark – Design Simplified

Emily Clark, who deems herself a habitual re-arranger, is a wife and mother of five. She writes about affordable design ideas for the home.

I enjoyed reading Our Green and White Kitchen Renovation, Our Kitchen Layout (Before & After), and Our Black Honed Granite Kitchen Countertops.

Follow @emilyaclark on Twitter.

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Credit: @emilyaclark on Instagram

2. The Kitchen Designer

Susan Serra, founder of Scandinavian Made, is a designer, speaker and brand consultant.

I recommend reading Flooring Trends 2018, Let There Be Light In The Kitchen!, and A Design Pro Renovates Her Own Kitchen.

Follow @SusanSerraCKD on Twitter.

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Credit: @susanserrackd on Instagram

3. Brit Decor

Mike describes his signature style as uncomplicated, and has a passion for interior design in the UK and beyond.

Brit Decor: Home Decor Trends / Colour-rich Kitchens and Brit Decor: Kitchen Clever/ Love Your Lighting offer some great design tips.

Follow @mikeahern_ on Twitter.

mike ahern brit decor

Credit: mikeya77 on Instagram

4. Renovation Angel

Recovering addict and co-founder of Renovation Angel, Steve Feldman says he wanted to give back after his life was given back to him. Renovation Angel is a recycler of luxury pre-owned kitchens.

Check out: Why Renovate Your Kitchen?Architectural Digest Says, “Donate that Kitchen!”, and Hot Kitchen Design Trends.

Follow @RenovationAngel on Twitter.

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Credit: @renovation_angel
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Stephanie Donovan is a Senior Customer Content Specialist at PR Newswire, who edits client news for distribution. She is an avid runner, enjoys yoga, and likes to find ways to live green. In her free time, she likes discovering new music, keeping up to date on the best new TV shows, and traveling. If you’d like to connect, you can find her on LinkedIn.

8 thoughts on “Blog Profiles: Kitchen Remodeling Blogs

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  2. KITCHEN IS THE MOST IMPORTANT AND SPACIOUS PART.. THAT NEEDS A REFRESHMENT.. AND I FEEL LIKE THIS BLOGGERS AND ACCORDING TO MY POSTAMTE REVIEWS ONE SHOULD GO FOR IT.. 🙂🙂👍

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  3. I was looking forward for a new kitchen design for my new house. I’m really interested with your recommendation Emily A. Clark – Design Simplified are amazing and good looking. I’m a big fans of it. Thank you for sharing. You doing a good job. kookhuis.nl

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  4. Kitchen is the heart of the home. It needs refreshment for sure! Some people are scared to renovate their kitchen because it is used daily and renovation can disrupt the daily routine. But it is surely worth it as it becomes more spacious and organized after the renovation and you can work smoothly in your kitchen. Also, you can replace all your old kitchen appliances with the new energy saving, modern appliances. You can do your kitchen remodeling at very affordable price by hiring the professionals like kitchen remodel Concord https://homequalityremodeling.com/kitchen-remodel-concord/ online.

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  5. Hello,

    I loved the article “Decades ago, the kitchen was hidden in the back of the house.”. You present a informative and well decorated post. Thanks for helping us! Keep up your good job. I live in Miramar

    Cheers

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