NKBA Offers Kitchen Design Workbook

Although kitchen renovations typically introduce a unique set of concerns, including appliance placement, countertop and storage space and overall functionality, DIY projects occurring in this area of the home should begin like all others: with careful and thorough planning.
As you embark on your kitchen renovation adventure, start your planning process by downloading a free copy of the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s kitchen design workbook. The 20-page PDF document is packed with information, tips and suggestions, including ideal measurements, appliance placement and popular decorating styles.

The workbook also covers bathroom projects and offers other pertinent information including tips on sticking with a budget, frequently asked questions and planning sheets on which you can note specifics, make sketches and store other notes.
What are your other must-have sources as you begin a project? Do you prefer to sketch out ideas, or clip inspiration and tips from magazines and brochures?
Photo courtesy of NKBA

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    July 22, 2010 at 10:51 pm

    Great guidance thank you. When dealing with water damage in the past I found some very helpful San Francisco plumbers who sorted it out for me. It really goes without saying that it needs to be looked at by a professional to avoid future incidents happening.

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    Mold Removal Dallas
    October 25, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    Great guidance thank you.It is really helpful.

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    Mold Testing
    November 17, 2010 at 10:42 am

    really nice.Thanks

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    Tyrone Nold
    June 1, 2012 at 5:36 pm

    Yes. Safety should always be first on the agenda before proceeding with any home repair project. When faced with a water damage problem, the immediate concern is the possibility of an electrical accident. Deal with this first, and afterwards proceed with the inspection and actual repair of said damage.

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    Carlene Maysonet
    August 2, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    Water damage should be repaired immediately to ensure the safety of homeowners. It’s the primary concern if there are leaks coming from the roof, or if floodwater has entered your home. This damage also causes streaks and blotches on walls and ceilings that will look unpleasant.

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