Out with the old . . .

kitchen sink
kitchen sink

kitchen sink.

Have you ever tried to squeeze a size 8 foot into a size 6 1/2 shoe . . . to see if maybe the shoe might fit? Our bright, open kitchen with the perfectly-placed island provides great space for the cooking process. But we’ve been struggling to clean pots, pans, and oversized cutting boards in the basic sink that we acquired when we moved to Austin. A sink update can turn into an expensive project, but we’re using the DIY installation process.

If cluttered counters, poor lighting or antiquated appliances are keeping you from letting your kitchen work FOR you, choose a small project and tackle it in this new year.

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