A Musical Makeover

The Designed to Sell take the dingy and dull out of a colonial-style home making it ready for a profitable sale.

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Before, this kitchen was drab and dated with fruity wallpaper, a dirty floor and so-so cabinets. Now, it is updated from top to bottom and has added a lot of value to this home. The faux-crackled border paper has been replaced with a nice, neutral paint color. Glass insets and new hardware give the cabinets an updated vintage look that is very popular with home buyers. A new travertine tiled backsplash adds even more style and value and it matches the countertop perfectly. Laminate floor tiles were easy to install and an inexpensive way to help make this room shine.

Cost breakdown:
dining set and light fixture $481
wall covering $215
tile and flooring $322
kitchen supplies $218
shelving $58
paint and accessories $698

total: $1,992

Living room makeover
decorator pillows: Homegoods - #008867 and #009609
paint: Glidden - Mountain Creek #70GG 38/059 (eggshell) and Solemn Moment #10BG 08/100 (satin)
window panels and curtain rods: WalMart - #007665792789 and #002829515318

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