Well, Who Fancies A New Kitchen? - The M Word

Well, Who Fancies A New Kitchen?

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Some of you might remember my kitchen dilemma a few months ago; after researching the price of a basic new kitchen (and nearly having a heart attack at even the cheapest results), I looked into the option of just replacing the doors. Enter the geniuses at KitchenWizard.ie. For a fraction of the price of a new cuisine, I had one that looked every bit as good. They have so many options for every budget, and if – like me – you don’t have the cajones or the time to fit them yourself, they can arrange that too. I have attached the before, during (for the lols), and after photos as frankly, I can’t stop looking at them. I have done so many small DIY projects in my apartment, but always forgot to take the before shots, so I get a disproportionate amount of joy from this. After the work was done, I added the mirror and painted the walls, and I couldn’t be happier that I discovered this was even an option.

So why am I boring you with this story again? Well here’s the why; Kitchen Wizard have offered a prize of €1,000 worth of kitchen doors from their extensive range, and a day’s fitting from their affiliated joiner to one ridiculously lucky M Word reader. This is an amazing opportunity to revamp your kitchen and enjoy the unmitigated joy that comes from overhauling the most important room in your home; or maybe that’s just in my home 😉

All you have to do is like the Kitchen Wizard Facebook page here Kitchen Wizard then like and share this post. Simples. Winner will be chosen at random when the competition closes on the 21st of December.

Good luck! And please make sure to take before shots so we can ooh and aah over the results!




Maia Dunphy is a writer and broadcaster who stepped in front of the camera after over a decade behind it. She has written and hosted twelve female-centric documentaries for RTE and has written for many well-known publications including the Evening Herald, The Dubliner, The Irish Times and Image Magazine among others.