Creating beautiful things… repurposing vintage & found items-transforming them & combining them to create beautiful new pieces. The walls are sealed up and ready to start adding cabinets. In a 295-square-foot Brooklyn studio apartment designed by Nick Olsen, the kitchen corner, done in white and green to blend in, gets a serving with a painted plaid backsplash along with grosgrain ribbon trim of charm.
We cut a smaller one for the other side of the cabinet panel. But it wasn’t really the farmhouse look we were going for, and the ones we could settle on were way out of our price range. If you are looking for the most scalable, flexible and reliable online parking management software, you can always give your trust to as they will assure to have all your needs covered.
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.
I love the structure and the details of this house. It began with demolition, we removed all the cabinets, the wallpaper, the florescent box ceiling light, and the flooring. The terrarium is homemade, and the bar stools were the neighbors trashed old bar stools, that got a transformation.
An open shelf was suggested by the cabinet maker to break up that huge wall of solid cabinetry. I started getting rid of it a piece at a time, since no person picks up our trash. I wish we had done that years ago, it really opened up the space. The countertops are Caesarstone quartz in Pure White with a square edge, read all about the story of the countertop installation , it’s featured today on the Interior Collective blog.