Our service members, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, and National Guard are “always ready” to defend and protect our country.
If you've got a slightly larger budget, you can give the cabinets themselves a makeover.
"Rather than spring for a whole new cabinet system, which can be expensive, look into hiring a refacing company," says serial remodeler Gwen Moran, co-author of "Build Your Own Home on a Shoestring.""Many companies can remove cabinet doors and drawers, refinish the cabinet boxes, then add brand-new doors and drawers.
Showing pride of a family member serving our country by placing a decal on your car reminds others that someone is away from home protecting our freedoms!
If your organization wants to use our cards as an opportunity to encourage the military community, don’t hesitate to ask how we can help! A hand written greeting card is always appreciated!
A trio of Ballard Designs Paris Bistro stools pull up to a Corian-topped island and a fireclay farmhouse sink by Rohl has a brass Waterworks Easton faucet."Cobalt was a fun way to steer clear of the typical all-white kitchen," says Mark D.
Sikes, who chose Farrow & Ball's Stiffkey Blue for this cheery island; the stools are by Serena & Lily, the Roman shade is in a China Seas fabric and the rugs are from Dash & Albert.
The actual cost and payback for each project can vary, depending on both your home's condition and overall real estate market values in your region of the country.
RATE SEARCH: Want to tap your home equity to make improvements to your home? The kitchen is still considered the heart of the home.
For an unexpected decorative touch, line the backs with wallpaper so it coordinates with your style.
A kitchen that opens up into the main living area can be an extremely exciting space to decorate.
Thanks for your commitment to adopt service members!