Transforming Your Kitchen for $251 | Home Staging | Rochester, MN

They say kitchens are the heart of the home, core of the castle, and the rock of the residence. This is the first room you notice when you walk into someone else’s house. It’s where egg beaters are licked by small kids while cooking with parents, where laughs and conversations flow over drinks with friends and family, and where parents and kids attempt homework. If a majority of your time is spent in the kitchen, why not make this space your very own oasis?

Meet Dan. This jack of all trades, handyman, father, pharmacy technician, and golf enthusiast took our kitchen from boring beige-on-beige-on-beige to the ultimate gray retreat. With a strategic plan in design and concept, a next to nothing budget, and some amazing black Friday deals, Dan transformed this space in a few short weeks for $251.00!

$100 – Glass Tiled Backsplash (Menards)

$10 – Grout (Menards)

$0 – Morter

$90 – GFI Outlet Upgrades, Switches, & Covers (Menards)

$35 – Paint (Sherwin Williams)

$16 – Cabinet Puck Lights (Amazon)

Project Total: $251

Published by Sarah Ness

Based in Rochester, Minnesota, Nesst Companies is owned and operated by Sarah Ness, M.B.A. Not only does Sarah have experience staging residential homes, she works closely with local and national facility design and furnishing companies for the public sector in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota and has a successful track record of selling and staging luxury senior apartment homes. With experience from first time home buying to downsizing, Nesst Companies provides a wealth of knowledge and value to clients no matter where they are in their home buying and selling journey. Strengths Finder: Maximizer. Achiever. Communication. Woo. Activator.

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