The Debt-Free Remodel: After

Who: Kat H.
Where: Narvon, PA

The driftwood mirror is made from wood we collected on vacation. An old pocket door from a house that was being torn down is now the barn-style door to the master bath. Instead of typical his-and-hers closets, we had built-in wardrobes made by the same cabinetmaker who made our kitchen cabinets. Custom cabinets sound very expensive, but we found a local Mennonite farmer whose prices were unbelievably reasonable (actually cheaper than off-the-shelf stuff).

Who did the work: We did most of the work ourselves.
Cost: $10,000-$25,000 (whole house)

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