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Results found for "1930s kitchen"

  • 1930s kitchen transformation, Combined a small kitchen and breakfast area into one large space, tearing down the wall between the kitchen and living/dining to give the entire first floor a more modern, family-friendly feel.  Incorporated a child's craft table to let the family spend more time together., Kitchens Design

    1930s kitchen transfor...

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  • 1930s Kitchen last updated in the 1960s, My kitchen is fairly large but much of the original cabinets remain.  There is 1960s linolium on the floor and the utility room was once a 1/2 bath.  I would love to remove the wall between the kitch and living room and update the whole area with a new plan., Kitchens Design

    1930s Kitchen last upd...

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  • 1930s Kitchen Renovation, 1930s Kitchen and Breakfast Nook redone on a small budget. Since we couldn't afford to completely redo the kitchen, we replaced the cabinet doors, hardware and lighting and then and painted the cabinets white and the walls a golden color. We just had new granite counters and a new stainless sink and faucet installed, as well as a reclaimed barnwood table top installed in the breakfast nook. Cost was minimal and the kitchen now has an updated look., Kitchens Design

    1930s Kitchen Renovat...

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  • All the difference, A small apartment with large kitchen that needed some changes. Only allowed to change paint color in this 1930s bungalow that was sectioned off into 4 apartments. The trim and baseboards have an orange cast to them., Kitchens Design

    All the difference

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  • Colorful Retro Chic, The vintage red chrome edged counters in my 1930's bungalow were my inspiration.  My cobalt blue dishware collection was where I wanted to go.  Finding the white pin-tucked daisy embroidered fabric bridged the gap.  The daisy's are yellow red and cobalt blue.  Perfect!  I painted the walls a fresh crisp yellow added red assessories to my cobalt blue dishware display and the whole effect just popped!  All without changing the cabinets or countertops! , Kitchens Design

    Colorful Retro Chic

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  • Help! We have more doors than feet of counter space!!, We bought this house almost a year ago and have done a lot to the house but are at a loss when it comes to how to make the kitchen workable. It's about 12'x12' and includes 5 doors (living room, family room, basement, bathroom/pantry -- that's right! half bath/half pantry -- and a door to the backyard that includes a disgusting mudroom-type thing). We literally have about two square feet of countertop, three drawers and we had to take the sliding doors off the cabinets because not only would our dishes not fit in them, but you could only see half the cabinet at a time. I put down cheap vinyl squares over the original wall-to-wall vinyl to cover the nastiness of the floor -- but this is a temporary measure until we decide what to do with the space., Kitchens Design

    Help! We have more do...

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  • Hoping for a Kitchen Miracle, This kitchen is a late model circa 1930s with little upgrade since that date. I've tried to put my little touches here and there but I'm hoping to take a design class at the university extension next semester to learn more about coordinating colors etc. Everyone who comes to my home always remarks on the good vibes and homey feel. I hope that's not a euphemism for "outdated" but I fear it may be - you know family & friends just being nice!, Kitchens Design

    Hoping for a Kitchen ...

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  • My too dark 1930s cabin looking vintage home, This space is a 1930s house where the material was removed down to the original wood slats. While cute and quirky it is a bit too dark. Every room in the house is the same dark wood slats broken up with the teal/blue trim. I can't afford sheetrock so what else is there? This is the pic from when I purchased the home. I have my own furniture and moved my flat panel TV on top of the mantle., Living Rooms Design

    My too dark 1930s cabi...

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  • HELP!!, 1930s horrible kitchen!! no counters outdated cabinets and small !! 1 but kitchen no dishwasher, no way to add a window!! , Kitchens Design


    5 photos, 1,034 Views, Flag

  • Contemporary, shiny kitchen in 1930s Spanish house, Gut remodel of a dark, dysfunctional kitchen created a bright, open room with contemporary style and sparkle, doubled the counter space, and tripled the usable cabinet space., Kitchens Design

    Contemporary, shiny k...

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  • Keep the Wine Theme???, I have always had a passion for wine and I carried that passion into my kitchen.  I am trying to keep it an adult space but wasn't sure if the curtains were to much., Kitchens Design

    Keep the Wine Theme?...

    7 photos, 2,767 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen Renovation, Dreary and Dark becomes Sunny and Bright, Welcome to my kitchen renovation…so glad you stopped by!   The before picture says it all…dreary dark and stuck in the 80’s with the beige-colored formica counter tops and backsplash.  You can’t see it in the photo but a previous homeowner had managed to badly melt the countertop  in two spots.  (LOL)  Definitely time for a change! :-) Hope you enjoy the new look and I'd love for you to come visit and leave me a note at:, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Renovation, D...

    17 photos, 65,149 Views, Flag

  • Deb's Kitchen Redo, Currently updating 90's country kitchen to the 21st century. Swapping out tile countertops with slab granite painting walls and ceiling swapping out appliances with SS lowering bar in island to one level changing cabinet hardware replacing window treatment. Could use help and suggestions during this process., Kitchens Design

    Deb's Kitchen Redo

    4 photos, 5,103 Views, Flag

  • 1980s Kitchen Redo - Paint Colors Shared!, This is a vintage 1980s kitchen that gets an update with painted cabinets and new floors., Kitchens Design

    1980s Kitchen Redo - ...

    5 photos, 11,500 Views, Flag

  • Southern Comfort, After 20 years it was time to move out or make the home we love match our vision for our current lifestyle.  5 Months later we're almost there.  We added 300 sf opened the kitchen to the family room and added an outdoor living room., Kitchens Design

    Southern Comfort

    12 photos, 79,878 Views, Flag

  • Painted and Glazed Cabinets .. How to Step by Step, If you love painted cabinets with that "Old World" feel see how I achieved the look in my kitchen.  I can't however  take all of the credit for this remodel.  Without my sister-in-law I could not have achieved all of this in 1 week.  Thank You could never convey how grateful I am for her help and how much fun I had with her that week.  Take a look I have tried to break it down day by day I hope this will inspire you to try this on your own.  If you don't have a sister-in-law I rent mine., Kitchens Design

    Painted and Glazed Ca...

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  • LAS VEGAS TUSCAN INSPIRED KITCHEN WITH BEFORE PICS, We had a standard kitchen in our 5 year old house.We went with Durasupreme brand cabinets made of lyptus wood a chestnut finish and a charcoal glaze.The granite countertops are "carmel". The farm sink is a Kohler cast iron single bowl with a Kohler faucet. The stainless appliances are GE from their "Cafe" line. New floors are hardwood Millstone brand hickory butternut with a hand scraped finish. Wall color is Behr paint-Pumpkin Spice. Kudos to my wife & Lou from Kitchenland Las Vegas., Kitchens Design


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  • 90s to Modern, , I had to find a way to change the look of oak orangy cabinets without painting the wood or repacing the doors. I painted a dark grey on the wall tiled the backsplash with charcoal grout put in black galaxy granite to replace the beige fromica and changed the hardware. new dual fuel convection doulbe oven too.I love it now and it works!!  , Kitchens Design

    90s to Modern,

    7 photos, 2,229 Views, Flag

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