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23 file(s) - Uploaded by: kirwin817
Created: 6 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 10
Subway tile back splash. Tedious, but otherwise very easy to complete. Special order tile from home depot for ~$100, then mastic and supplies. Probably in the 150-200 dollar range for this project.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Stiers Aestheti...
Created: 7 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 26
What started as a dark and dreary spec kitchen, transforms in to a bright and inviting space with tons of character! Work in progress photos on my blog, stiersaesthetic.com
My house was built in 1950. The kitchen is 'L" shape - 8x11; 2 walls separating the kitchen from the living room and dining area. In 1999 (date of purchase) I upgraded the kitchen appliances, installed a ceramic floor and tiled the counters. This was "old school". Space was not ugly but outdated.
Thanks to DYI ideas (TV shows) my reno included a total strip down to bare studs. I now have new electrical, plumbing, ceiling, wood floors, half walls, breakfast bar, new stainless steel appliances, kitchen cabs, granite counters. I am almost finished. Follow my photos. All thanks to my carpenter-Nelson.