There is no way I could ever tire of your kitchen..it speaks to me on so many levels. Trying to keep as many electronics off the counter as possible….We decided that the microwave needed it’s own home. Although our kitchen is old (1948), anyone who has seen it loves it anyway…has a bit of French charm to it. We did make some minor cosmetic changes after we moved in so it’s definitely way better than what it was.
After a lot of shopping, I finally decided on the countertop, but no backsplash. It may end up being the piece that, years later, we will be most pleased with. So if we had left the soffit in, we probably would have saved around $10,000 on electrical and dry walling.
Light cans on the floor are placed where they will be installed in the ceiling. We had a plumber come out the other day to give us an estimate on extending a gas line from the pool heater about 12 feet to the kitchen. We knew at that point we were going to have to tile the floor.
I’ll tell you exactly the price breakdown at the end of the post. For cleaning it’s dr. bronners – i use it in the laundry, bathroom, to clean floors, everthing! Feel free to surf to my web blog :: celebrity news. Kitchen cabinets (includes all baseboards, crown moulding and rebuilding pantry 4k.
I was actually doing the floors in my family room where all the remodeling had already been done. We cut the braces for that off as well, it wouldn’t provide the support we needed, the sink is very heavy. We chose a tongue and grove paneling for the backslash, which was time consuming… cutting each piece, and around light sockets, and window trim…ahhhh what a looonnnggg project.