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Top 100 How To Kitchens Projects

  1. 46. Sinks and Faucets (01:00)

    Kitchen sink and faucet replacement options are almost endless.

  2. 47. Adding a Backsplash (01:35)

    Adding a backsplash can really "up" the appeal of a cookie-cutter kitchen.

  3. 48. 9 Stylish Options for Staircase Storage

    DIY Network shows you ways to use the space under your stairs as a place for storage.

  4. 49. Antique Spice Drawer (04:46)

    Designer creates a decorative drawer keeping all your spices together.

  5. 50. Tips for a Safe and Healthy Kitchen

    From food storage to sanitizing surfaces, DIY Network offers tips on how to keep your kitchen a safe place.

  6. 51. Thoroughly Modern Kitchen, Only Warmer

    DIY Network shows how Rebekah Zaveloff fulfills the vision of a decisive client who wants minimalist design without the cold and is wil...

  7. 52. Kitchen Remodel Budgeting: The Bottom Line

    DIY Network shows you how to set and stick to a realistic kitchen remodel budget.

  8. 53. Cabinet Function and Form (02:20)

    Here's a look at innovations in multifunctional kitchen cabinets.

  9. 54. 10 Simple Steps to Kitchen Safety

    These 10 easy steps from DIY Network share everything you need to know about keeping your kitchen safe.

  10. 55. Soapstone Countertops- Part 2 (03:59)

    Granite countertops get a template made; the soapstone countertop is set.

  11. 56. Venturing to the Dark Side of Cabinets

    The color black may not be synonymous with an upbeat room design, but here DIY Network talks with designers who say black cabinets can ...

  12. 57. Eat-Out Kitchen, Part 1 (05:24)

    Dean and Derek build an eat-out kitchen that goes from urban to urbane.

  13. 58. Backer's Rack Project (03:26)

    Make a baker's rack from a garden trellis with Nancy Golden.

  14. 59. Using Eco-Friendly Materials (00:01:00)

    Here are some ways to incorporate eco-friendly materials into your kitchen.

  15. 60. Combine Colors Like a Design Expert

    A little bit of basic color theory, a color wheel and something called the 60-30-10 rule will have you combining colors like an interio...

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