The secret to a good looking kitchen: organization! Okay – that’s kind of a lame secret, I know. But here’s the kicker: Laura from the blog Inspiration for Mom’s has, through her kitchen remodel, devised various ways to free up cabinet and drawer space, while also organizing her kitchen counter space in an appealing, decorative way.
We just learned that May is the month to sell your home, and if you’re prepping to sell your home now you will want to up your kitchen-upgrade game and increase the value of your home, with very little money invested.
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