There's a new breed of homeowners redefining the way homes are built: creative individuals who thrive on the challenge of finding inexpensive materials and using them in innovative ways.
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This homeowner had just $5,000 to build her kitchen. She scored big by going to a restaurant supply and salvage store, where she purchased a commercial oven, refrigerator, rolling carts and shelves, and even the kitchen sink for a fraction of retail price. She also stacked and hung old electrical-outlet boxes to create an inexpensive, one-of-a-kind spice rack.
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