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Kitchens

  • Stately Kitchen Addition, 75 square foot addition seemingly doubles the size and allows for more appropriate orientation., Kitchens

    Stately Kitchen Addit...

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  • Kitchen Expansion, Traditional styling with modern conveniences made possible by expanding into space previously occupied by the formal dining room., Kitchens

    Kitchen Expansion

    8 Photos, 31,239 Views, Flag

  • Farmhouse Kitchen Remodel, We bought a circa 1790 farm house with a few acres to keep our horses.  After adding a new bathroom and renovating some rooms on the second floor, we had to tackle the small galley kitchen.  The 70's kitchen lacked counter space, storage and room to move around. We knocked out the wall between the kitchen and dining room to create a large eat-in kitchen. In keeping with the historic elements of our home, we chose classic style cabinetry, soapstone counter top, and cupboard latches. Walnut furniture topped with Calcutta marble create a large island for a cook top where family and friends gather. To update the space we chose stainless steel appliances, chrome hardware and lots of recessed lighting.
Our personalities were added to the space with modern crystal pendants [bling for me!] and chrome and leather stools [Wall Street masculine for the hubby]. The random width mosaic marble tile back splash completes the look. We saved lots of money by doing most of the work ourselves. We found the hardware online at closeout prices, the appliances were found at 'scratch and dent' outlets, and we've installed the lighting, back splash, appliances, windows, cabinets, hardware, baseboard and crown molding ourselves., Kitchens

    Farmhouse Kitchen Re...

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  • No more dark isolated kitchen, Brighten an existing kitchen and open it up to the flanking unused living space., Kitchens

    No more dark isolated ...

    13 Photos, 58,594 Views, Flag

  • out with the old, in with the new, We took an outdated 1980's kitchen and brought it up to 2012.  We utilized and incorporated the full space of the kitchen verses the original layout.  We started by totally gutting the kitchen.  The location of the free standing microwave/stove/oven was moved to where the refrigerator previously stood, and a built in microwave/convection oven was installed.  An angled wall was constructed and allowed for the installation of a stovetop and island hood.  Upper cabinets blocking the view to the family room were removed.  The built in desk was removed.  Plumbing was installed to allow for the water line for the icemaker and a small sink to bring filtered water for coffeemaker.  Pantry cabinets and a coffee bar along with a full size refrigerator and full size freezer now make better use of that space.  LED lighting was put in under the cabinets and the can lights were converted to LED lighting as well making the kitchen more energy efficient.  Granite countertops and a complimentary tile backsplash finish off the modern look along with stainless steel appliances. All of this was work was done by the two of us!    Granite was the only thing we could not do ourselves!!, Kitchens

    out with the old, in w...

    13 Photos, 21,544 Views, Flag

  • No more carpeted kitchen!, We purchased this home in September of 2009 and planned to first concentrate on removing wallpaper (on unprimed walls!) and painting in all rooms, removing the popcorn ceilings and re-plastering in all rooms, in addition to removing the carpet and replacing with hardwood in all common areas.  We also planned to paint the kitchen walls and cabinets to spruce things up a bit while we saved for a complete remodeled kitchen.  Unfortunately, we were so tired by the time we got to the kitchen (we were planning a wedding at the same time!), we decided to keep everything as is until we could afford the remodel!  FINALLY (2 years later), we can say that we are done!, Kitchens

    No more carpeted kitch...

    9 Photos, 24,851 Views, Flag

  • Our French Country Inspired Kitchen Remodel, Boring and neat to Tres Magnifique! Our French Country Style home's kitchen needed to be brought in to the 21st century but we really wanted to keep it in the style and character of the rest of the home., Kitchens

    Our French Country In...

    18 Photos, 27,158 Views, Flag

  • Big WOW for little "dough", I was getting ready to sell this house and knew the kitchen needed an update...the only room I hadn't touched in the 6 years I lived here.  Didn't want to invest much money because I was leaving.  I shopped around various stone "boneyards" and got a great deal on the granite counter tops.  I had professional painters spray my cabinets and paint the walls.  To complete the update,  I had a travertine subway tile back splash installed as well as under mount lights put in.  Total cost for make over $1500, Kitchens

    Big WOW for little "...

    8 Photos, 19,130 Views, Flag

  • Holly House Reno Nevada, Complete makeover of 1950's era kitchen into modern entertainment friendly kitchen., Kitchens

    Holly House Reno Neva...

    6 Photos, 19,175 Views, Flag

  • From dysfunctional to functional and beautiful, Our coastal 1925 cottage had been added onto several times.  Unfortunately the kitchen  was pieced together with shotty workmanship and bits and pieces of left over materials.  The entire floor structure, electrical,  plumbing and windows had to be replaced which added quite a bit to our estimated costs.  4 months later we have a warm, cozy, rustic space with just enough modern appeal.  Truly a place now to gather with family and friends.  On to the next project......, Kitchens

    From dysfunctional to ...

    8 Photos, 37,455 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen cabinets, trim, bathroom cabinet, laundry, den cabinets, Kitchen remodeling - own design, custom door rail design, total remodel of kitchen, bath, laundry, offices, pantry, islands are made like i piece of furniture.
Little bit difficult to make, but worthy at the end HOPE U LIKE IT and thank U for your time with view and rate :-) 

If anyone need something custom built, let me know :-), Kitchens

    Kitchen cabinets, tri...

    18 Photos, 20,021 Views, Flag

  • Tuscan Style Heavenly Kitchen!!!!!, I tell my husband almost everyday how much I love my new kitchen - which he "built" for me!  I had the typical 60's or 70's kitchen which only had enough space for one cook and where you felt isolated from the rest of the home.  We demolished a cinder block wall that kept me divided and lonely from the dining/living area and created this fabulous Great Room.  Now, when we have gatherings, everyone always sits around the huge island in the center.  Couldn't be more thrilled!!!!!, Kitchens

    Tuscan Style Heavenly...

    8 Photos, 23,107 Views, Flag

  • Northwest Contemporary Kitchen Remodel, We purchased our outdated 1964 home 10 years ago and have been remodeling it slowly. We recently finished the kitchen/laundry addition. One of the main drawbacks of our home was the fact that there was no laundry room. The washer and dryer were previously located in a small closet off of the main  hallway. 

After much thought, we decided to include the washer/dryer in the new kitchen area. We'd seen this many times in European homes and decided it would be a good fit for us as well. So far, I've really enjoyed it. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen and it has been really handy! Also the high counter tops over the washer/dryer makes a great buffet area, easily accessible to the patio area (coming soon...)

By far, the most difficult item for me to pick out was the counter tops. I really love the look of cement but was nervous to use it because it's not as durable. After months of looking at different materials we finally decided on quartz counter tops by Caesarstone in Raven. Hard to tell in the photos, but it's a very soft black/deep gray. We went with stained concrete for my table though and I absolutely LOVE it! In fact, it's my favorite part of the kitchen!

I've spent countless hours both watching HGTV and browsing here on the website getting ideas for the remodel. RATE MY SPACE was the source of much inspiration and I've been looking forward to finally adding my own photos to it :)

Our goal was to create a warm, cozy kitchen area that all four of us could enjoy. Used warm colors to help counter the LONG, gray Oregon days. We're happy with the results!

Thanks for taking a look :)
, Kitchens

    Northwest Contempora...

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  • Out with the old and in with the new, The kitchen was totally gutted and every including the flooring was replaced., Kitchens

    Out with the old and i...

    3 Photos, 6,906 Views, Flag

  • Is this the same kitchen?, NOTE:  I cannot get the lighting on my camera set up correctly so the pics are not the best.  
As promised....I am starting to post photos of the interior of our house.  Just as the rest of the house....we gutted the kitchen and started over.  We added all new cabinets, added granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, added a pantry, added hardwood floors, new windows, added a mudroom, etc..., Kitchens

    Is this the same kitch...

    9 Photos, 51,353 Views, Flag

  • Modern / Industrial Kitchen Remodel, We started by painting the walls.  After 3 attempts at trying to find the right color we finally settled on Benjamin Moore-Kingsport Gray. We moved on to painting the cabinets black and changing out the hardware with pulls we bought from Ebay Store "Hinges and More".  We retrofit the kitchen sink cabinet to fit a new farmhouse sink.  We added under cabinet and overhead lighting.  We hired a fabricator to install the Giallo Beach granite we picked out for the countertop and the Bedrosian Ice Crackle MGICG2 Mosaic Glass tile backsplash.  I ordered the island/table from the IKEA - Udden Console.  By removing the backsplash on the console I was able to repurpose, what is meant to be a cabinet base, for additional workspace and seating., Kitchens

    Modern / Industrial K...

    11 Photos, 41,337 Views, Flag

  • Our kitchen transformation, We completely transformed our kitchen over the past 5 years. We just finished the whole project when we painted the cabinets!  Check out my blog for step by step instructions!  Thanks for stopping by! http://myuncommonsliceofsuburbia.blogspot.com/, Kitchens

    Our kitchen transform...

    13 Photos, 45,285 Views, Flag

  • OUR WELL OVERDUE KITCHEN RENOVATION, Hello, my name is Kathy and my husband and I are finishing our kitchen makeover and would like for you to tell us if we need to install a blacksplase or paint!!  Would love your input on our new kitchen and your oppinions on the backsplash!!  THANKS, Kitchens

    OUR WELL OVERDU...

    15 Photos, 23,652 Views, Flag

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