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9 file(s) - Uploaded by: homenurse
Created: May 13, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 17
This kitchen was updated using high end, solid wood cabinets obtained on craigslist and renovated to fit into my 10 x 11 kitchen. A wall was removed to open the space to the living area and the footprint expanded to enable more workspace.
We recently updated our kitchen by giving it a facelift that was way over due. I painted the bottom of our run-of-the-mill oak cabinets in Federal Gray and the tops in Pure White using the Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation kits. My husband added a false top and decorative molding to the upper cabinets to add height. We added recessed lighting and a new light fixture over the sink. For widow casings, my husband added more molding and crown to the tops. I made simple cafe curtains for the windows and hung them with simple cafe tension rods. We added more molding to our awkward column located near the bar and a shelf over the fridge to fill in the wasted space. The two big splurges that we made in the room, were the copper farmhouse sink with new faucet and granite countertops. The walls were painted in Valspar Eddie Bauer, Cloth. A framed chalkboard wall for displaying the kids artwork and grocery lists finished the room.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: joleepaine
Created: May 10, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 10
My old kitchen was a nightmare! No counters or cupboards. No working oven, the kichen was nothing! Nada! Now my new kitchen is a Chefs. dream with all the bells and whistles! From the Wolf stove, double oven, pot filler, a prep sink and a drawer Microwave! Granite counter tops galore and plenty of storage!