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By Shannon PetrieMore in Kitchen
Rather than buying all-new cabinets, custom doors and drawer fronts were added to the existing boxes to create an updated look while saving tons of cash. Recycled glass countertops, a stylish light fixture and an easy-to-install stainless-steel backsplash add contemporary flair.
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