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Results found for "Floor to ceiling pantry cabinets line one wall"

  • Must see the TINY,OLD kitchen first..., Our old kitchen has now become our walk in pantry and family organization space, our new kitchen has that vintage charm with all the new amenties of stainless steel and fabulous storage, Kitchens Design

    Must see the TINY,O...

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  • Taking it one day at a time, My kitchen has been an on going slow process. The orginal kitchen was dark walnut cabinets that were 30 yrs old. I've had to have two surgeries and was  laid off. So everyone I have a theme of  french country, but since I'm doing the carpentry and everything myself, it will be slow adding on of pictures. I've just recently added two matching pantries in a wall between the kichen and the dining room. I've also removed the door to the garage from the kitchen use to be behind the fridge. The door to the garage is now in the dining room. Its a small kitchen that had 3 doorways and no counter space, but I'm making the best of it. I'm looking at doing a french country theme with a soft cream painted cabinets, copper thermal tin backsplash and I will be faux finishing and stenciling the light area that use to house fluorescent light fixtures, but will now house a single light fixture. I've also already added a light over the sink area.Sorry I haven't added many pictures but promise to add more later., Kitchens Design

    Taking it one day at a ...

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  • Kitchen Renovation: Old School 70s to Modern Austin, Texas Metro, This is a townhome I purchased in 2008 in Austin, Texas. The goal was to modernize the kitchen.

This was an exhaustive, year long process. The biggest challenge was completing a project and seeing that every improvement made it apparent that once we finished one project we had to keep going  to modernize it and everything out of date stuck out like a sore thumb.

Here's what I we did:

1. Removed old rectangular florescent lighting - installed six florescent spots
2. Cut out the bar counter-top and replaced with granite tile
3. Cut out a section of the wall and made it more breathable and open
4. Did not come with an exhaust vent - installed a GE Monogram Exhaust Vent
5. Removed pantry to make an island kitchen counter top
6. installed new ceiling and orange peel texture
7. painted ugly green 70s cabinets and counter to white
8. Installed new trim and molding around entry way
9. Installed hardwoods where pantry was located
10 Installed birch paneling around range counter

Except for a few contractors, my friend Robert Juler helped with with all projects. Thanks Robert!

I hope you like it., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Renovation: O...

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  • SMALL KITCHEN NEW EASY WORKING  SPACE, Needing more working space we removed the patio door and brought cabinets all across the room.Put in a large window and now we enjoy the outside while preparing our meals.  DIY IN PROCESS STARTED JAN 24 07.....FINISHED may 2007 It is great having a working kitchen again and space ahhhh, Kitchens Design

    SMALL KITCHEN N...

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  • Kitchen Makeover/Update, 17 year old kitchen update/makeover utilizing original oak cabinets eliminating L-shape with addition of island, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Makeover/Upd...

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  • From Cluttered Country To Exquisite, Renovation of a small L-shaped cluttered country kitchen to a exquisite open kitchen., Kitchens Design

    From Cluttered Count...

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  • Kitchen Mish Mosh, I have a small 1950s kitchen that needs to be gutted (water damaged wall due to old window, poor floor plan, inadequate storage--short cabinets and lost one wall to cutout into living room), holes in linoleum), but I can't afford a $10k+ makeover.  I think I know what I'd like to do -- but I have a tight budget and want to get it right the first time., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen Mish Mosh

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  • My Small Wonder, My kitchen is small and was a 60's nightmare screaming for help from wall paneling outdated appliances and ancient variations of green that ran from the drop ceiling to the dreadful floor tile.  Just take a look at the photos and you'll know what I mean.  It took me a little over five long years to make some improvements on a very limited budget.  All in all I am happy that my kitchen is no longer older than I am.   , Kitchens Design

    My Small Wonder

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  • Un Kitsch(Jean) Reno, Here's our teeny 64-square foot, 1980s 'blech' galley opened up into a warm, Parisian-style apartment kitchen for less than $12K. For our first renovation project, we played it safe by saving up & paying the experts to do the hard, dangerous, and/or expensive-to-repair stuff and focused on creating a warm space we knew we'd love for years to come., Kitchens Design

    Un Kitsch(Jean) Reno

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  • Horrible Kitchen, I think I have one of the worst planned kitchens in America...., Kitchens Design

    Horrible Kitchen

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  • The Babe Cave! A Craft Room and beyond!, If a Dude gets a "Man Cave", what does a woman get?  Welcome to my Babe Cave!  My room is just what every gal needs--a place to craft, a place to chat, a place to watch a movie, a place to gossip...a place that celebrates HER and not the rest of the family! Welcome to The Ladies' Lounge! 18ft of counter space along the edge of the room works for computing or crafting.  The island in the center serves as an eating area or cutting table or WHATEVER! A bar area in the corner of the room, keeps the wine chilling all night!  A sweet little window seat is great for curling up with a book!  I hope you like it.  I am not a decorator or seamstress or carpenter, but I did everything in this room myself!!, Other Spaces Design

    The Babe Cave! A Cra...

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  • Floor to Ceiling Transformation, Originally, a G-shaped kitchen that basically divided my kitchen in half & only used 1/2 the space. I have totally gutted it, designed a new layout that would utilize the entire space. Created a lot more storage, along with more convenient functions, like pull out drawers, single basin sink & taller faucet. New floor, more lighting that I installed myself. I had a very small budget but I feel I got a "Bang For Your Bucks". And even though I've designed every inch of it and had a pretty good idea of how everything would look, the finished project actually turned out much more beautiful than I ever imagined. This has been a very rewarding experience.
 , Kitchens Design

    Floor to Ceiling Tran...

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  • My New Kitchen Remodel - Before and After, Tiny 11' x 8' galley kitchen, Kitchens Design

    My New Kitchen Remo...

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  • My New Kitchen Remodel - Before and After, Tiny 11' x 8' galley kitchen, Kitchens Design

    My New Kitchen Remo...

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  • My New Kitchen Remodel - Before and After, Tiny 11' x 8' galley kitchen, Kitchens Design

    My New Kitchen Remo...

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  • Mary's Mischief!, Kitchens that Cook!, Kitchens Design

    Mary's Mischief!

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  • Remodeled and ready for Show & Work, Wife said when we bought this house last year the kitchen was my #1 priority. Check out the before pictures and you'll know why. Took 7 months but we're done. Also check out the nite time shots and day shots as well as the Collage of all the functional cabinets. We spent just over $18,000 with the most being on Cabinets, Granite and Appliances. All other work was sweat equity by hubby., Kitchens Design

    Remodeled and ready fo...

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  • Kitchen re-build in progress, Removed all cabinets and shelving,replaced one foundation wall, half the floor joists and all the sub-flooring., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen re-build in pr...

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