Kitchen remodeling is notorious for being expensive, but not all projects have to break the bank. Check out these stylish, wallet-smart transformations from DIY Network's hit show I Hate My Kitchen.
By Shannon PetrieMore in Kitchen
Knocking down a wall and adding a large, arched entryway was a dramatic and cost-effective change for this kitchen, transforming it into an open and inviting space for just $710. A new peninsula provides extra seating, while a chandelier, a glass-tile backsplash and wall decals add a bit of glitz and glamour.
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