Creating beautiful things… repurposing vintage & found items-transforming them & combining them to create beautiful new pieces. AFTER: 36” dual fuel range, nice square corner to left of sink makes that spot very usable for prep work now. Since we were having such fun with the router, we decided to keep on going. These were the doors that came on the additional pantry piece. Technically poplar is still a soft wood, but I like that the counter would show a bit of age with dings, it makes it look older.
I absolutely love your blog.. Pleasant colors & theme. I decided to do the kitchen my way – one step at a time. See this post with cream subway tiles in my last house The soft turquoise tile is the perfect compliment to the Carrera marble counters. At 7 weeks old, have to wake her up after 6 hours because of nursing.
It such a beautiful kitchen, you really thought of everything, just stunning! Last but not least is the soffit I put in. We needed light over the new counter so I decided to do some recessed cans. This includes full parking management system, issuance of professional parking solutions, allocation of guest parking space for tenant, processing of tickets online and many more.
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. I don’t think you can ever go wrong adding woodwork! Don’t give into a toddler when he doesn’t want to eat any meat for a week (Carter at 15 months) They will give in if you keep giving them what you want them to have!
I’ll use the ‘ladder’ support for base cabs to make it a little easier to keep them all level in this older house. My husband is very visual, so he wanted to see a sample, just like my clients do, of what I planned on doing. I got a little carried away looking at the home center brochures and the wife brought me back to reality.