Kitchen

The kitchen is a truly multi-functional room. It's not only the place where you store and cook your meals, but it's also a place of gathering for your friends and family. You want your kitchen to be warm with appetizing colors and accents. After all, your kitchen should nourish not just your stomach but your spirit as well. It should also be functional with appliances and faucets that enhance your culinary experience rather than detract from it. The following projects will help you to create a kitchen you can truly take pride in.

Find Your Kitchen's Hidden Space

No Room for that New Counter-top Gadget?
Between new options for storage and a bit of organization, almost every kitchen can hold a bit more

Whether you are living with a cooking area that is 300 square feet or a space one quarter that size, kitchens invariably feel cramped and our counters are jammed with appliances, cookware and other knickknacks. With discount retailers like Costco offering specials on large-quantity items, sometimes there isn't even enough room for food!

Make Your Own Butcher Block Table

Chop Chop!
Create Your Own Butcher Block Table

Looking for more counter space in your kitchen? Extra room to prepare meals, store food or showcase your collectibles? A butcher block table could be the answer.

These little rolling tables are quickly gaining popularity and can be found pretty much everywhere. But what if you are looking for something a little more unique? Why not make your own?

How to Unclog a Drain

We've all stared at a stubborn, cloudy puddle of water in our sink and thought, "Now what?" Anyone with indoor plumbing has come face to face with a clogged drain. Luckily, fixing a clogged drain and avoiding one in the first place is simple. Before you call the plumber or spend money on a harsh drain cleaner, read this.

The Problem

Do It Yourself Or Go Pro?

So, you've finally decided to change that dated faucet in the kitchen. It can be scary to think of changing it yourself but these days-now that DIY has become such a rallying cry-paying a plumber seems silly. Still, you feel stuck between your ugly faucet and your lack of know-how.

When it comes to home improvement jobs our motto is: Jump Right In! Surprisingly, there are very few things that you can't do yourself when it comes to fixing up your home. While mistakes will happen, you'll learn in the process.