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Our 20 year old kitchen has been transformed into a bright, open, modern space that makes cooking and entertaining a joy.
The old white kitchen has been revitalized and now my small, high tech kitchen with brick backsplash over the stove is full of warmth. Check it out
20 file(s) - Uploaded by: kraskacz
Created: Nov 9, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 52
Well I finally got my wish this spring and have a new kitchen and now after all that hard work I can share it here as well. It took two months, but I planned this for a year and designed the whole kitchen myself. We did almost all the work alone, we had a plumber, electrician and drywall guys, everything else was our job. We had a budget of $25,000 but we went $5,000 over budget for the total of $30,000. The appliances are all Fisher&Paykel, except for the Dacor microwave drawer and together the cost was $10,000 just for the appliances. The microwave drawer I'm very happy with and it was worth every penny, because I saved counter space. For counter top after careful considerations and try outs I chose Quartz for it's natural beauty and durability, also because I wanted natural and I didn't like the look of Corian and I couldn't go with granite, because it's too busy for the red cabinets. For the back splash we did red Italian mosaic tile. All the cabinets are from Ikea and all the bottom drawers have quiet closing. The floors are bamboo and I have them in the whole house including the basement.The kitchen is really easy to maintain and clean, even though I was really skeptical about that high gloss, but now I'm very happy with my choice. I had a really small space to work with and it took a lot of remeasuring, square paper and lot of blue tape, hm and a lot of HGTV watching. I don't have the kitchen for show, I actually cook every day so I'm really happy with the outcome. For everybody who is remodeling I recommend combining lower cost items like Ikea with high end items, it gives you the expensive look without thousands of dollars and don't be afraid to use color ;)
18 file(s) - Uploaded by: hindelzoo
Created: Dec 23, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 88
Renovation of a small L-shaped cluttered country kitchen to a exquisite open kitchen.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: Marionnj
Created: Feb 10, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 18
After 30 years we renovated our kitchen with a more up to date living space. Highlights are our microwave drawer, radiant heated porcelain floor. Garden window over the sink. Pull out tall pantry and pull out spice rack. Something really new for the kitchen sink is Magisso Curved Stainless Steel Kitchen Cloth Holder. Keeps that dish cloth in place no more hanging over the faucet.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: shaftermee
Created: May 12, 2007 | Flag
Total Ratings: 23
We had an ugly brown 70's era kitchen. We push were able to push one wall back by eliminating a small closet which expanded the floor space and allowed us to add an island with a thick marble top. We're thinking about painting the walls a darker color for more contrast. The granite countertop is light green (with some cream and black streaks in it); the wall colors are very light yellow now but they tend to blend in with the cream cupboards. Anyone have ideas?