We are compiling a steadily growing list of things we would like to replace in our new home. So we took my camera and went to Lowe's, Home Depot, Wal-mart, and some other stores to take pictures of the items we'd like to buy.
The pictures on the right are the front door we'd like, and the nicest cabinets we could reasonably afford. It's the installation that is the most costly aspect for the cabinets. We're looking at replacing:
1. bathroom mirrors
2. sink faucets in bathrooms & kitchen
3. doors throughout the house
4. tile in bathrooms & kitchen
5. light fixtures
We may also get a dishwasher and a cabinet-mounted microwave. Then of course there are also the bigger ticket items like the cabinets, carpets, paint, garage door, water heater, furnace, and adding air conditioning. We also have to pay the roofer, painter (for the exterior), installation for the garage, carpets, cabinets, new gutters, and the radon mitigation system. Yeah, it's adding up, but when we're finished everything will feel new and fresh!