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Baking Bites Kitchen Renovation – Part 2

Baking Bites Kitchen Reno - Taking Down the Cabinets

Once I decided that I needed to redo my kitchen - a decision that took less than a minute, given that the room hadn’t been upgraded since it was built in the early 1960s – I had some decisions to make. Specifically, I needed to decide if there was anything worth saving in the space. As I mentioned in my earlier post, I really liked the ... Read More »

Baking Bites Kitchen Renovation – Part 1

Original Condo Kitchen

Earlier this year, I took a big HGTV-inspired leap and bought my first foreclosure. As you may know from reading my about page, I live in Los Angeles where the housing market is pretty competitive. Foreclosures tend to be in high demand from house flippers, but they’re a great way to enter the market at a pretty reasonable price (for whatever area you’re looking to ... Read More »

Six Ideas To Inspire Your Signature Kitchen

Red Kitchen Inspiration Board

The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the room where we cook, where we spend time with our families and the room where lots of memories are made. The kitchen should reflect your personality and style – but kitchen renovations can be very expensive, so many people put them off and make do with kitchens that just don’t quite feel like home. I ... Read More »

Rev-A-Shelf Mixer Lift

Rev A Shelf Mixer Lift

Stand mixers are a fairly bulky, as kitchen gadgets go, and they take up a lot of counter-top real estate. I don’t mind giving up a little counter space because my mixer is one appliance that I use just about every day. But when you’re not using yours every day, or have limited counter space, you might not want to make space for the stand ... Read More »

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