Although this seems extra scary, we promise it's not. It really is as simple as removing the front piece of wood (known as the toe-kick, or the kick board), installing the drawer slides, and inserting a drawer. That's it. Chances are if you rent, this project will easily be cleared by a landlord and because of the improvement to the space, there's a chance you could even haggle with them to reduce the cost of rent one month in exchange for the permanent upgrade.
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