Run My Renovation: A Kitchen Remodel Designed by You

We asked DIY Network fans to vote on how we should renovate this kitchen.
Take a look at the stunning results.

Before

These homeowners needed to update their kitchen. We asked for your help -- you voted on the style and finish of the new cabinets and what type backsplash tile we should use: metallic, classic-white subway or green glass. Go to the next slide to see what you picked.

Perfect Match

The full overlay, maple cabinets in a Kona finish work perfectly with the soft-green, glass-tile backsplash.

Great Combo

We asked DIY Network fans to vote on the style of the sink and the pattern in the granite countertop.
You picked an undermount stainless-steel sink and tropical-brown granite.

Good Choices

We left it up to DIY Network fans to pick the appliance finish and the wall color. You selected stainless-steel appliances and paired them with a light shade of green called Parakeet (Sherwin Williams).

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