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14 file(s) - Uploaded by: orchid84
Created: May 10, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 10
We spend a lot of time in our kitchen cooking, entertaining, eating, and of course the clean up.
When we first toured our (soon-to-be) house and walked upstairs to see a large, open living room and master suite, we fell in love. It had worn floors we loved and a nice cozy feel. Since then, we have become first time home buyers and have found ourselves at a loss. We know how much potential the space has, but aren't sure how to unlock it. I don't think we've been successful in subdividing the space, the lack of natural light has been a challenge, and I would love to have a little more definition to the master bedroom. In short... we need help! Feedback and suggestions would be appreciated!
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: reni11
Created: Dec 11, 2007 | Flag
Total Ratings: 76
Started this project a few years ago. 3 initial coats of white paint/primer on dark brown cabinets new hardware beadbord plate rack molding and red walls. Just installed the new flooring...bye bye white vinyl with blue flowers. Did it all myself for $900 (helped Dad with the plate rack.) Will stack the W/D soon and install counter under window.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: designsbyshel
Created: Aug 4, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 132
This kitchen space was originally our old small kitchen a dining room hallway and a closet. We took down all the walls and put up a headerfor a larger open floor plan. The entire design including the layout and choice of all materials was my design. The walls are a faux painted stone look that I did myself. The floors are brazilian cherry wood counters are granite and the backsplash is italian tile with rubbed bronze details.