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Recently purchased a 1950s bungalow from foreclosure in the greater Cleveland area and renovated the kitchen on a budget. The cabinets, light fixtures, backsplash and tile are all from Home Depot. The stainless steel appliances were bought from Sears. The paint is Behr Premium. The counter top and the stainless steel sink were salvaged and reused.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: sjwilkes
Created: Apr 10, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 18
Kitchen remodel in a 165 year old historic home, white cabinets with weathered nickel hardware, bead board paneling, gray walls, new Super White Quartzite countertops, Carrera marble backsplash (1 inch random width plank), hand scraped espresso hardwood floors, new chandeliers and under cabinet lighting, open display shelves, built in Frig, all stainless Samsung appliances.
Dated kitchen circa 1961, white/silver flec formica counters, original wood cabinets, soffits (can I say I hate them), linoleum floors...
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: trishamichaud
Created: Apr 7, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 12
I live in a Condo and the closet across from my kitchen is supposed to be a coat closet. Well, since I have more of a need for Pantry items, I originally installed a rubbermaid wire shelving system on a budget. Now that I have a little more money, I redesigned my pantry.
This house was built in 1927. The kitchen is outdated, it still has the original wallpaper and cabinets, it also has an pullout ironing board. I would love to have this kitchen redone, nothing fancy just more modern . I wouldnt even know how to began, not to mention expense.