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Old 01-31-2018, 12:41 AM   #16
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I just love interior designing, and I have designed few of my friends’ kitchens. I love open layout kitchens more than isolated ones, as from there you can keep an eye on the rest of the house. Yeah of course, the color theme you choose is matters a lot, but I think it is everyone's personal choice. Dark or light, your kitchen should have high-quality appliances and ample of smart storage to keep things organized and neat.
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Old 02-28-2018, 03:22 PM   #17
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As a new member you need to look at the dates on the posts. You responded to 3 year old post.

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Old, yes but unresolved. It's too bad the OP didn't post any pictures of their kitchen if they made any changes.

If the cabinets were wood (picture looks like they're cheap vinyl covered particle board) they can be cleaned and stained, a fairly easy job and not too expensive.
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We just moved in to a manufactured home
and the kitchen needs a good updating but on a budget of course.
I couldn't disagree more.

What you have is just fine and doesn't warrant changing anything.
Keep it clean and working then sell it in a few years.
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I would recommend replacing the lighting fixtures with ones with metallic finishes. Those look nice and can contribute to the industrial look. Also, you can leave a few of the cabinets open by getting rid of the doors and include your dishware into the design. As far as colour is concerned, if you wish to leave this colour for the cabinets, the kitchen could be white or even a lighter shade of yellow could work.
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