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Kim Myles: Hi everybody we are talking about we can the kitchen renovations, these are instant gratification projects that can change the entire personality of your kitchen. You really can get an entirely great looking in your kitchen for not a lot if ever I promise. We can, we can and could transform on the space. Perfect example, Miss Sue she use paint, she paint in her cabinetry a beautiful bold orange and here is the tip, paints, inexpensive and also acts a smoke in mirrored. Paints on cabinetry can describe all kinds of architectural weirdness, all cabinetry point is paint is easy, easy, easy and cabinetry is taking a lot of visual space so to change there color your changing the entire personality of the kitchen. I have a few tricks for kitchen that I’ve use on my show that have been really successful. Now one instance particularly Steve and Debbie, they had a really blend white kitchen and they we’re super fun people they wanted to fill vibrant and they wanted to fill interesting and they wanted to be proud of there space. They have plenty of places to put everything which allowed for me to rip out the upper cabinetry and have my carpenter build floating shelves. If you don’t have a carpenter to back in curl believe me Floating Charles are popular you can find them in the most home design stores and now here is the things we think about here is one of the little secrets about pointing off in this. It really need to think about where you’re going to put everything and what items you are going to choose to display because this is about everything having a place, it has to be specific because everybody is going to see that. So before you go and ripping our cabinetry and putting in shelves really think about alright what do I use and what do I want to look at and what is going to be most functional as well as visual placing. Have a plan that’s to key point to keep pulling it off. Another great example of using color to update a kitchen Jim and Anne, they have kitchen that they wanted to do kind of black and white and gray but we needed that pop color and I don’t want to do the whole space with the pop color I just wanted it to be kind of you know a little of punctuation within the space. What I choose to do is take the upper cabinetry which had glass inserts and I cut out pieces of cellophane so transparent cellophane paper, we pop into the frame and it was perfect. And what was great about it is that it’s so simple your cutting something out and your glued it on and you’re walking away and you have really big before and after impact. The other tip here is that you could change this type of project out according to your mood, according to seasons, you could use art paper, you can use wrapping paper really skies the limit. The point is changing your cabinetry, cabinetry takes up so much where footage and visual area so to change that personality I promise you change the kitchen you may even make you want to cook.
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