Kitchen Remodel

Project by jim1953 posted 01-06-2013 04:01 AM 3180 views 1 time favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Began to remodel kitchen and in the demo we discovered the cupboards went all the way to the ceiling, which meant more work for me! We went with glass doors on all the tops. Cabinets are painted cream color, all the hardware and faucet is oil rubbed bronze.
The countertops I made from red oak.
Remodel included new cabinets, new counter, new sink and faucet, plumbing, electric, additional cabinets, replaced window, all new lighting ( lights over the sink I made using old blue mason jars), hardware, paint and etc.
By checking prices on internet and using sales and coupons, complete remodel of kitchen totaled $1346.00

Buy that at your big box store!!!

Check out our new kitchen remodel at lumberjocks site!

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posted 01-06-2013 08:34 AM

I’ve always thought about putting glas doors on my cupboards. It looks SO lovely.
Not so sure I’d keep the contents looking so lovely, however.

Beautiful job. love the colour of the counter and that sink!!!

And $1400 .. nice price.

-- ~ Debbie, Ontario Canada

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posted 01-06-2013 01:06 PM

Beautiful job. You really pulled off the traditional style. The mason jar pendant lights are brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

-- Working on my home for 2 years and counting.

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posted 01-29-2013 02:44 AM

Can I have your old kitchen ? I would die to have either one. Mine is terrible.
I’ve always been a fan of the glass doors as well . Great job : )

-- "I've got an hour glass figure , but , it's later than you think"! _Minnie Pearl

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posted 05-22-2013 06:55 PM

This is almost exactly like my kitchen – same off-white cabinets, glass fronts, hardware. I love butcher block countertops and I prefer them to granite but my countertop is a lighter maple tone. I haven’t done my back splash yet but I’ve been thinking about using white weathered brick fronts if I can find the right product. I’ve also looked at copper flashing as a backdrop. Looks great – you did a fine job. I used the Rustoleum product for cabinets to turn my cabinets from crappy pink to a nice off-white and it worked really well.

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