Better After reader Katherine is the type of gal who preferred to live with her home’s original 1960’s kitchen rather than spending money to replace it when it was already perfectly functional She did it for 16 years. Didn’t bug her one bit. BUT, when she heard that a nearby home was scheduled to be torn down with an entire kitchen’s worth of 4-year old cabinets, well, that put a bee in her bonnet.
She figured out a way for the donor kitchen’s cabinets to best fit her kitchen, which included a lot of creative Rubik’s cube configuration. Her favorite: taking a six-foot tall china cabinet, slicing it in half, and converting it into the glass-front cabinets you see below. Looks like it belongs in a magazine now. Great job Katherine!