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Trending on Remodelista: Beauty and the Budget

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Trending on Remodelista: Beauty and the Budget

January 15, 2021

All of us at Gardenista, Remodelista, and The Organized Home are proponents of buying high-quality, durable goods that will last a lifetime. These things tend to cost more, but every once in a while, we come across products for the home that are well-made and well-priced. Some examples from Remodelista this week.

Ikea Kitchens

One way to cut down on kitchen remodel costs: use Ikea base cabinets and pair with fronts by a different company (in this case, the homeowners chose fronts from Naked Doors). See more of this project in A Rehabbed London Maisonette from a Newly Minted Designer, High/Low Secrets Included. Photograph by Richard Round-Turner, courtesy of Lisa Jones.
Above: One way to cut down on kitchen remodel costs: use Ikea base cabinets and pair with fronts by a different company (in this case, the homeowners chose fronts from Naked Doors). See more of this project in A Rehabbed London Maisonette from a Newly Minted Designer, High/Low Secrets Included. Photograph by Richard Round-Turner, courtesy of Lisa Jones.
Another high/low kitchen, thanks to Ikea base cabinets and fronts by Naked Doors. The homeowners here also saved by choosing Ikea appliances. Photograph by Ferren Gipson, from Kitchen of the Week: An American In London Creates Her Dream Ikea Hack Kitchen.
Above: Another high/low kitchen, thanks to Ikea base cabinets and fronts by Naked Doors. The homeowners here also saved by choosing Ikea appliances. Photograph by Ferren Gipson, from Kitchen of the Week: An American In London Creates Her Dream Ikea Hack Kitchen.

Ikea Storage

One of our favorite Ikea storage lines, the Ivar wall unit is perfect here for a child&#8\2\17;s room. Photograph by Richard Round-Turner, courtesy of Lisa Jones, from A Rehabbed London Maisonette from a Newly Minted Designer, High/Low Secrets Included. 
Above: One of our favorite Ikea storage lines, the Ivar wall unit is perfect here for a child’s room. Photograph by Richard Round-Turner, courtesy of Lisa Jones, from A Rehabbed London Maisonette from a Newly Minted Designer, High/Low Secrets Included

Ikea Desk

There&#8\2\17;s no Ikea in sight in this home office with custom built-ins, but Alexa sourced a great Ikea desk as a budget way to steal this look. Find out more in Steal This Look: A Minimalist Home Office in Manhattan, Gilded Edition. Photograph by Devon Banks.
Above: There’s no Ikea in sight in this home office with custom built-ins, but Alexa sourced a great Ikea desk as a budget way to steal this look. Find out more in Steal This Look: A Minimalist Home Office in Manhattan, Gilded Edition. Photograph by Devon Banks.

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