Creating beautiful things… repurposing vintage & found items-transforming them & combining them to create beautiful new pieces. Some have asked why this little cabinet doesn’t go all the way to the ceiling. Dining room after: (Shutters will soon frame out these three windows and eventually we will find a cool chandelier we love to hang above the table.) Notice the ceiling was dropped to be even with the rest of the space.
Moved out of Newborn diapers at 6.5 weeks, should have moved up 2 weeks prior! I knew I wanted red curtains, but that no one would have what I had in mind. This kitchen doesn’t get much lighting, so this was the stage to fix that. They are easy to wipe clean & the cupboards and drawers are all soft close, which is surprisingly nice!
They have already mastered the art of designing state of the art software that will enhance the parking management aspect of your facility. Since the kitchen is a natural extension of that room, and it would cost more if I broke the family room and kitchen into two projects, I did the floors first.
All doors up…and had to shorten the drawers to make them fit the Blum-motion glides, but all done. I agree…at least when you’ve lived in a house you know what you want to change. Over the course of a year, we removed the popcorn ceiling, old wallpaper, and ceiling fan and replaced the flooring and window treatments too.
Here is one more before & after because I LOVE a good before and after! We ripped out the small cabinet above the stove, and built a large vent hood around the insert. The white cabinets and light counter tops are so inviting. The floor-to-ceiling pantry will have to go in first, so the smaller upper cabinet can attach to it – ergo the base assembly.