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Top 100 Kitchen Remodeling Projects

  1. 46. Traditional Update (20:00)

    A '30s home gets a modern kitchen remodel that still leaves a vintage feel.

  2. 47. Reclaiming Unused Space (00:03:12)

    Removing a wall reclaims an unused room and doubles the kitchen's size.

  3. 48. Revive Your Entire Kitchen for $2,500 or Less

    DIY Network design pros show you how to give your kitchen a great new look for as little as $2,500.

  4. 49. Repurposed Kitchen Fixtures (00:01:00)

    Repurposed vintage items give any kitchen remodel a new look on a budget.

  5. 50. Top to Bottom (04:20)

    Tools for jobs top to bottom and floor to ceiling including drywall tools

  6. 51. Victorian Kitchen From Salvage (00:03:51)

    Salvaged items get a new life in this Victorian duplex's second kitchen.

  7. 52. Open Up Your Kitchen (01:00)

    Here are a few options for opening up a cramped kitchen.

  8. 53. Rustic Redo (00:20:00)

    Tastes change from kitschy 90's decor to an updated, rustic look.

  9. 54. Stylish Kitchen Upgrade

    Use these step-by-step instructions to add stylish updates to a kitchen.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  10. 55. Make Your Kitchen Look Fab on $500

    DIY Network shows you how to get a great new look in your kitchen for $500 or less.

  11. 56. Make a Kitchen Style Statement (00:01:00)

    These high-end products will make a style statement in any kitchen.

  12. 57. Run My Renovation: A Kitchen You Helped Design

    We asked DIYNetwork.com fans to vote on how we should renovate a dated kitchen. Take a look at the stunning results.

  13. 58. 8-Hour Retro: Out with the Old

    A kitchen is prepared before the installation of a sink and countertop.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  14. 60. Refreshing Kitchen Makeover (00:03:37)

    This all-white 1990s-era kitchen gets a much-needed touch of color.

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