A Fixer Upper
When Julie moved to New Jersey for her new job, she knew two things. First, housing in New Jersey was expensive. Second, that because of that her family would be purchasing a fixer upper. The home they purchased was exactly was that, a property in need of a remodel. The kitchen was old. The sink was falling out of the counter. The linoleum flooring was peeling up. They would need to renovate the kitchen as soon as possible.
At first glance she thought they could make the best of the situation by painting the existing cabinets. After a closer inspection, they discovered the drawers were rough shape, beyond what paint could fix. The best choice was to start over, with top-quality kitchen cabinets. (What is a quality kitchen cabinet?)
“The drawers were wonky,” says Julie.
And then she saw an ad for CliqStudios online.