Kitchen

DIY Backsplash

A backsplash on your kitchen counters not only add a decorative touch to your cooking and food preparation area, it also makes cleaning easier and protects your drywall.

A backsplash will keep water from your sink from damaging the wall when it splashes up and will catch grease splatters behind your cooking surface. Although you can hire a professional to install one for you, a DIY backsplash it a fine project for the homeowner to tackle.

Kinds of Backspashes

How to Stain Kitchen Cabinets

You can give your home a whole new look by selecting to stain your kitchen cabinets. The kitchen cabinets will look brand new when you are done. Often doing a new stain job on the cabinets will make the entire room look like it was completely remodeled.

Selecting a Stain Color

How to Make Kitchen Cabinets

Creating new kitchen cabinets in your existing home or in a new home is an excellent way to save money. At first the job can seem a little overwhelming. But with a little bit of patience and skill you can make gorgeous kitchen cabinets for your home.

Not only will your kitchen look better but you will be proud of your work. Kitchen cabinets are big part of the kitchen and are enjoyed for the life of the home.

Selecting a Wood

How to Remove Kitchen Tile

Figuring out how to remove a kitchen tile is a simple process if you know how to do it correctly, but it is more than just pulling out the cracked tile and snapping in a replacement.

A properly grouted kitchen tile floor acts almost like a single sheet of flooring. Simply hammering out the tile causes a chain reaction that would damage all the surrounding tiles and create more work than is necessary. The following steps on how to remove a single kitchen tile will guide you down the right path.

Country-Style Tile Backsplash

”Country-StyleA country-style tile backsplash is a perfect way to add something personal to any kitchen. A kitchen is a snapshot of the owner’s unique personality, so why not show off a bit of that personality by designing your own country-style tile backsplash. It’s a lot easier than you might think.

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