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DIY Kitchen Remodel Details {and Cost Breakdown}

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…rst experience with Ikea’s oak butcher block counters (link to the exact type we purchased). In our former kitchen we used pine a friend helped us sandwich together, since there was no Ikea in Oregon at that time. In our current house, we installed a beech Langan wood counter in our bathroom and were planning the same counter for the kitchen. But Ikea has trouble keeping them in stock at our Portland store and after waiting a year (we’…


DIY Kitchen Remodel: From 80′s Ranch to Farmhouse Fresh

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…single sink, and farmhouse faucet. Brian said the other day that it’s like being in somebody else’s kitchen, ’cause our kitchen has a broken faucet, chipping, uneven & ugly tile counters, holes in the cabinetry and a stove that doesn’t fit. But we are SO glad that it doesn’t exist anymore – it’s fun to be in this kitchen. Oh, on a side note, isn’t it amazing how tan the “white” colo…


The Remodeling Series Part 2: Painting The Great Room

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…r moving in – and oh the light they let in – I LOVE these doors. Painting the cabinets on the dining side of the kitchen really brought out their molding and details. The Kitchen After telling ourselves to get plenty of ‘before’ pictures of our house this time around, I’m pretty bummed that the top photo is the only before picture of the kitchen I can find – it hardly shows the kitchen at a…


All About The Kitchen Remodel

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…This is a sight I’ve been waiting to see for eight years: demolishing the 30-year-old tile in our kitchen, wha-hoo! Which means we’ve started the last stages of our kitchen remodel which was begun when we sprayed everything with white paint in 2004 right after buying our house and was continued when we retrofitted a cabinet to hold an over-the-stove microwave. And yes, it was started a long time ago – sigh. Such is the…


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*Note: this is our old page to our recipe categories. Visit our current Recipe Index to be able to see individual recipe photos* Bread Camping Food Canning 101 Chicken Cookies in the Cottage Desserts Main Dishes Meatless Pantry Basics Salads Side Dishes Soups and Stews…


Amazing Homemaking eBook Offer

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…oking by Crystal @ Money Saving Mom ($3.99) Simply Summer by Kate @ Modern Alternative Mama ($7.95) Do the Funky Kitchen by Laura @ Heavenly Homemakers ($4.95) Real Food Kids: In the Kitchen plus 1 month access to select Real Food Kids eCourse videos by Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS and Jami @ Eat Nourishing ($20.00) Seasonal Menu Plans on a Budget: A Month of Meals from My Humble Kitchen to Yours by Diana @ My Humble Kitchen ($4.99) Just Making Ice Cream…


Fabulous Healthy Living eBooks {and More!} Sale

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…eggie Book by Danielle, Sara, and Debra @ More Than Four Walls, Your Thriving Family, and Sweet Kisses and Dirty Dishes ($9.95) Much Ado About Chicken by Debra @ Sweet Kisses and Dirty Dishes ($8.95) Nourishing Cookies for a Healthy Holiday by Diana @ My Humble Kitchen ($4.99) Wholesome Comfort by Kate @ Modern Alternative Mama ($8.95) Better Than A Box by Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship ($16.95) Steeped: Simple Nourishing Teas and Treats by Katie @…


Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle Flash Sale

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…eggie Book by Danielle, Sara, and Debra @ More Than Four Walls, Your Thriving Family, and Sweet Kisses and Dirty Dishes ($9.95) Much Ado About Chicken by Debra @ Sweet Kisses and Dirty Dishes ($8.95) Nourishing Cookies for a Healthy Holiday by Diana @ My Humble Kitchen ($4.99) Wholesome Comfort by Kate @ Modern Alternative Mama ($8.95) Better Than A Box by Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship ($16.95) Steeped: Simple Nourishing Teas and Treats by Katie @…


November Kitchen Remodel Update

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…that, though. It’s only around the sink that we couldn’t turn the pressboard over to use the smooth side (not the best, but easier to clean at least). So, to sum up, we’ve been living with areas of dried-on thin set, smooth pressboard (which I’ve learned is great at soaking up liquid…), a little plywood and this: Areas of no countertops at all. Yeah, last night some food sloshed over the side of…


My Dish Mat Discovery, Video And Giveaway!

…the next six months or so, we will be installing wood counters (ah, be still my heart…) and simply setting dishes to drain on them would not be wise, to say the least. Enter the Dish Drying Mat, which is: Absorbent (it really does hold a lot of water) Nice looking and doesn’t take up a lot of room when it is put away Fast drying and allows the dishes to dry faster (because of the microfiber) so less time is needed with dishes on the…


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