I live in my great grandparents’ little farmhouse of 1875 and am getting great ideas from you. It’s always nice when you go through a remodel and it turns out better than you imagined. We’re also beginning to wonder how realistic it is to think that two working parents will be able to coordinate the sub contractors to make sure that the work flows smoothly and is done on time.
And our lovely vaulted ceiling had no attic crawl space above. My kitchen/ is identical to this (also in SW H). I showed the photos to my husband and now he too wants to makeover our kitchen! It seems that we have more time for the kids in the evening after work.
Then my husband decided to get a bid to see how much it would cost to extend our wall out six feet. Now there is less drywall, and the large beam – the last remnant of the soffit – has been removed. Love your blog and love French Basketeer….would love to see them at one of the shows in Houston or RoundTop!
I recommend deciding on the look of the kitchen you want first, and then figuring out how to get that within your budget. Next week the granite will be installed and the butcher block top on the island. They have already mastered the art of designing state of the art software that will enhance the parking management aspect of your facility.
We wanted to see if someone else would bid it lower than the general contractor. No big deal, and I was really surprised not to find any damage under the sink. While our kitchen will have to last a while, the one spare, needs doing space our condo has is a pantry corner.