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    3 Drawers Vanity (SE-VDB12-3)

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    $436.6/ Piece

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    12"W * 21"D * 34-1/2H" -3DRA

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      Product Model SE-VDB12-3
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      AFTER: Macdonald gathered ideas from Houzz and taught herself how to do most of the construction and installation work by doing research online and calling up her builder friends. “They started to not pick up my calls because I have a lot of questions,” she says.  As a trails coordinator, Macdonald builds trails, commuter paths and walkways. Since she spends  most of her days outside with a chain saw and big drills,  she wasn’t afraid of electric tools. “I felt more confident than I probably should have,” she says. The project took much longer than standard kitchen remodels, and there were a few mishaps along the way. For example, she cut the laminate countertop so poorly the first time that she had to buy a second one, which she cut very slowly and carefully. She ripped up the linoleum and installed unfinished solid cherry hardwood, which she bought inexpensively from a contractor she knew who had some left over after a job. She kept the existing tile because she liked the cobalt blue color and it was in good shape. To tackle the layout issues, she relocated the dishwasher, and removed a broom closet and an unused pantry closet to get more clearance around the peninsula. To make up for the reduced storage, she put in open shelves with a cabinet beneath that she recessed into the wall. Cabinets and countertops: Ikea; refrigerator: Samsung; dishwasher, oven and vent hood: Bosch; cooktop: GE Macdonald installed a new sink and range, and rerouted ventilation through the attic for the hood fan. “I did enjoy doing it myself,” she says. “There was quite a bit of bad language, but I just took things very slowly.” DetailsWalls moved: NoPlumbing moved: Yes, when Macdonald relocated the dishwasher Other professionals hired: NoneDuration of project: About a yearLived in during remodel: Yes Savings: Macdonald did the designing, construction and installation herself, and bought materials and appliances on sale whenever she could. Cost: $4,500, including appliances, cabinets and materialsYour turn: Do you have a 100-square-foot kitchen? We’d love to see your “before” and “after” photos in the Comments below.See the latest compact kitchen photos

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