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
Beautiful details and finishes are key to an upscale kitchen, but they don't have to cost a fortune. At $750, a backsplash made from stacked-stone panels adds a high-end look for a reasonable price. The gorgeous quartz countertops are a smart investment, since they never need to be resealed and will last for years.
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