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Top 100 How To Kitchens Projects

  1. 31. Factory Custom Cabinets (02:49)

    Select custom factory cabinets for a handcrafted look on a budget.

  2. 32. Coped Miter Joints (01:28)

    Paul Ryan demonstrates how to create coped miter joints.

  3. 33. Handle-With-Care Kitchen Fix (00:02:55)

    Even with the same floor plan, a makeover does wonders for this kitchen.

  4. 34. Dacor Kitchen Appliances (01:46)

    Here's a look at Dacor's sleek, functional designer kitchen appliances.

  5. 35. A Sensual Design for the Serious Cook

    Function is first, beauty a close second in this lavish pro-style kitchen, created with the cook in mind by designer Michael Schwartz.

  6. 36. Updating Your Kitchen for Pro-Style Equipment

    While most prosumer kitchen appliances don't require restaurant-level power sources and ventilation, DIY Network experts say you may ne...

  7. 37. Help for the Kitchen Organizer

    DIY Network suggests clever storage products that'll make organizing your kitchen a whole lot easier.

  8. 38. Designing a Convenient Kitchen (01:00)

    Design your kitchen around the way you use it to make cooking more fun.

  9. 39. Victorian Kitchen Redo (03:21)

    This Victorian's kitchen is the ideal gathering place for a family of five.

  10. 40. Creating a Safe Kitchen

    This DIY Basic will provide tips on creating a safe kitchen.

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  11. 41. Guide to Creating a Transitional Kitchen

    The transitional kitchen blends the old with the new and adds a touch of creativity to create a flexible gathering place.

  12. 42. Style Your Kitchen with the Latest in Tile

    From glass to metal to faux hardwood, DIY Network profiles the latest styles in tile.

  13. 43. Log Cabin- Part 3 (03:48)

    Paul and Geoff install cabinets, a countertop and new appliances.

  14. 44. Reusing Vintage Materials (00:01:00)

    Reusing vintage materials when renovating saves money and the environment.

  15. 45. How to Place an Outdoor Table and Stools

    Using concrete and glass for the seating and table will keep your outdoor kitchen area low maintenance.

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    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate

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