Remodeling? Read This!
If you're planning a major remodel, don't hit the home center or hire a pro, without reading our expert advice first.
Quartz is antimicrobial, so it won't harbor bacteria from soiled clothes. Just be sure to clean up bleach spills quickly to prevent damage. Shown: Brentwood, $75-$80 per sq. ft.; cambriausa.com | thisoldhouse.com
Protect kitchen walls from scratches and splashes with exterior-grade, moisture-resistant beadboard. Similar to shown: Nantucket BeadBoard MRX from Nantucket Beadboard. Photo: Tim Street-Porter | thisoldhouse.com
To add an Asian influence to your kitchen, give cabinets with clear-glass fronts a frosted effect by lining the backs of the glass inserts with durable, easy-to-clean laminated rice paper. Simply cut the paper to size and adhere with double-sided tape. Similar to shown: Cloud Dragon by Shoji Woodworking | Photo: Matthew Millman | thisoldhouse.com
Pulley lights adjust to your needs. These Porter Pendant lights from Pottery Barn can be pulled down for task lighting or raised for ambient, whole-room illumination and to prevent head bumps when the worktable is relocated from the center of the kitchen. | Photo: Julian Wass | thisoldhouse.com
For a quick and easy kitchen upgrade, nothing makes a bigger impact with less sweat and expense than replacing an outdated faucet. We serve up everything you need to know to find the faucet that meets your budget, style and needs. | Photo: Laura Moss | thisoldhouse.com
Having a hard time imagining what your new kitchen could like? See what these folks began with, and get inspired! | thisoldhouse.com/yourTOH