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34 file(s) - Uploaded by: thrifty on a budg...
Created: Nov 25, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 12
My husband and I took down the wall between our kitchen and dining room to create a more open flow from one room to the next. We added columns because I wanted a half wall so we could build a banquette on the kitchen side. We painted our contractor oak cabinets, stained the oak parquette flooring, painted the walls, painted the island, added new hardware, built the banquette, and added hand painted faux rugs. The counters are not granite...I painted those many years ago before kits became available. I just purchased little samples of paint and sponged it on and added an epoxy.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Loliver9
Created: Nov 24, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
We decided to do some remodeling in the kitchen we went from an L shape to a U. Huge difference with space we are very happy.
This kitchen has been updated in 2002 by the previous owners. The galley kitchen features an eat in breakfast area with bay window. It is closed off from dining room that has a wonderful view of the woods. The garage entry door is just beside the stove and a misplaced refridge. Behind the sink is the living room.
We love to cook and entertain and this is just closed off.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: glenda penot
Created: Nov 22, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 9
Our 110 year old home needed an facelift..especially the kitchen/dining area. So....I went from a yellow kitchen to a beautiful Palladian Blue kitchen. I have red stained cabinetry and lots of light so I chose Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue...it is a subtle blue/grean/gray and looks different in every space with the light. The trim is Sherwin Williams Greek Villa and I painted the ceiling in Eggshell finish Benjamin Moore Cotton Ball. I love the crisp, clean feel...still has character of an old home (can't avoid that) but the turquoise and white addition makes the rooms look larger. I would have liked a white curtain rod but that will have to wait until they go on sale somewhere!!!