How to easily upgrade a kitchen window: diy farmhouse trim for less than $10

One of the easiest and most affordable ways to add upgrade a room is to replace that builder grade window trim with some customized farmhouse trim. We live in a 2001 manufactured home and every single window and door has the basic 1 inch trim work. For less than ten dollars we were able to give our kitchen some coastal farmhouse character just with window trim. This post shows you how. In addition it includes an estimated cost break down to help you budget your own window trim upgrade. I also included a step-by-step tutorial reference if you decide you need more how-to information.

Affordable kitchen cabinet upgrade: a homeowner's experience extending kitchen cabinets

If you are considering whether or not to extend your kitchen cabinets to the ceiling but not sure whether or not you can diy this project—I’m here to tell you, you can. With that being said I also what to be honest. This did not take less than an hour, I found it challenging, and my husband did have to step in to figure out the angles for the crown moulding. Looking at the end results, though, I would do this again. Extending the builder grade kitchen cabinets made a big impact.

Need more storage in small kitchen? Easy DiY over the stove shelf

Do you struggle with where to store everything in your small kitchen? When counter space is limited and cupboard space is already filled, where do you store your cooking oils and vinegar? It’s a struggle. I get it; I really do. In this post I share how I solved the dilemma of where to store our oils. It is unbelievably simple…really! And if you have some scrap wood lying about, then this project is just waiting for you.

Farmhouse DIY Dollar Tree Kitchen Decor Container

I know. It’s everywhere. The farmhouse look may be a trend on its way out but I love the look. It fits in with our country/coastal/cottage style home. My Amazon kitchen wish list holds quite a bit of the farm style look. One of them is a white tin bread container that has BREAD etched in black across the front middle. You know the one I am describing, right? Well if I ever decide to purchase it, my little faux enamel kitchen tub container will be the perfect match.