Friday, March 29, 2013

Kitchen Makeover

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We were very lucky to only suffer a small amount of damage after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and Hurricane Sandy in 2012. One issue we did have was major leaking in the porch roof and along the back kitchen wall. We had the roof repaired but still need to do the interior work. The porch ceiling is not too bad but that kitchen wall is really starting to bug me. I keep putting it off because I don't really enjoy spackle and paint jobs so I really need a motivator to get started.

How about a kitchen makeover? Yeah! My kitchen isn't that old. We renovated the house in 2005 and it still looks pretty good. I try to mix my style so that it has nice modern elements (such as sand colored Corian countertops) and unique French Country style (like my bright red mahogany floors.) One thing I definitely keep modern are my appliances. Everything is stainless steel and brushed nickel finishes. It just works for me.

We do most of our home improvement shopping at Lowe's. They tend to have more decorative elements than their competitors and I often find myself making a "dream home" list while wandering the aisles. Thinking of the dream kitchen makeover I'd really like to swap out our faucet for something with more of a modern flare.

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I am loving the Kiran Spot Resist one-handle pulldown kitchen faucet. Sleek, modern and oh so fancy. It has a pull down spray hose that comes down easily and docks securly by way of the Relex system. That even SOUNDS fancy. I also like that is has a high arch, it makes it much easier to do the dishes and fill pots. And did you notice the name?

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Oh yes. Spot and fingerprint resistant means LESS cleaning. Now that is the epitome of dream home, don’t you think? And low and behold, it's available at Lowe's. Can a faucet really make a kitchen seem fresher? Absolutely. Shopping for the makeover is clearly the best part. Now I need to tackle the spackle and paint. More on that to come. (Painting tips needed! Drop me a line with your tricks. I'm really a terrible house painter.)

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Cheers - Rebecca

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1 comment:

ThriftyGirl51 said...

That is a beautiful faucet, I need new ones in kitchen and bathroom. I like Lowes too, more helpful than HomeDepot.


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