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Kitchens

  • Modern / Industrial Kitchen Remodel, We started by painting the walls.  After 3 attempts at trying to find the right color we finally settled on Benjamin Moore-Kingsport Gray. We moved on to painting the cabinets black and changing out the hardware with pulls we bought from Ebay Store "Hinges and More".  We retrofit the kitchen sink cabinet to fit a new farmhouse sink.  We added under cabinet and overhead lighting.  We hired a fabricator to install the Giallo Beach granite we picked out for the countertop and the Bedrosian Ice Crackle MGICG2 Mosaic Glass tile backsplash.  I ordered the island/table from the IKEA - Udden Console.  By removing the backsplash on the console I was able to repurpose, what is meant to be a cabinet base, for additional workspace and seating., Kitchens Design

    Modern / Industrial K...

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  • Artistic Modern Kitchen (Before and After), My new kitchen before and after!  We ripped out the entire kitchen and replaced it with new cabinets backsplash lights and built-in table.  We decided to go with a stationary island as out new breakfast table which includes storage.  We added stone around the pantry and some above the cabinets.  We had stainless doors made and placed them in strategic locations around the kitchen with glass cut in squares which mimics the backsplash. The golden granite has a chiseled edge.  , Kitchens Design

    Artistic Modern Kitc...

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  • Light and bright,green and white, shabby romantic country kitchen, Light and bright,green and white, shabby romantic country kitchen. We updated our dark and dingy outdated kitchen with only paint. We even painted the hardware. This was a budget redo and I wanted to lighten and brighten this brown boring space., Kitchens Design

    Light and bright,green...

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  • My newly remodeled kitchen,  We totally gutted the kitchen, We took down the wall between the dining room and kitchen to open the space up. New cream cabinets with chocolate glaze , granite and new floor and backsplash from Lowe's. We have a large family with three adult children and six grandkids so when they come to visit now serving is so much easier. to see my kitchen before you have to look at my previous upload of my kitchen. , Kitchens Design

    My newly remodeled ki...

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  • My new kitchen, There was a wall above the cook top and an island in the middle. Very blocked off from the front of the house. Also very tight to move around., Kitchens Design

    My new kitchen

    5 photos, 8,008 Views, Flag

  • Country kitchen with a flair, Small kitchen that needed a "look" so out came the paint brushes!, Kitchens Design

    Country kitchen with a...

    5 photos, 3,707 Views, Flag

  • My '59 Modern Ranch, I'm a remodeling contractor here in Cincinnati. We bought this brick ranch which was built in 1959 about six years ago. It was love at first site! Open beamed ceilings throughout the house on nearly 4 wooded acres.
Well the lovefest didn't last long though.
The house was in MAJOR disrepair so it's taken all of those 6 years to get it to where it is now., Kitchens Design

    My '59 Modern Ranch

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  • Rustic mountain home - Kitchen, Dining, and Living room combo, Our home is in a ski area and it backs up to a greenbelt on the mountain.  When we bought it, my husband said it looked like Laura Ashley lived there - so it needed (still needs) a lot of work.  For the first phase, we completely rennovated the kitchen and modified the living area.  We changed a closet holding the washer/dryer into a wetbar, added hardwood floors with stone trim, and updated the entertainment center.  The house was very dated as it was built in 1989.  

We changed out the windows and removed one of the the two sliding back doors and turned it into a large window.  There is good natural light in the daytime.  Most of the pitures were taken at night and seem a bit darker than reality.

We replaced the wooden chair railings with custom iron railings.  The wall with the entertainment center had slanted notty pine which was removed to lighten up the room.  

It's a small area but very cozy.  We love spending time there cooking and entertaining.  

We did the remodel in 3 phases to allow us to use the house during ski seasons and summer.  The next phase was to remove a bedroom wall to make a home office.  We extended the garage and added a front deck including sliding glass doors., Kitchens Design

    Rustic mountain home ...

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  • "Bringing in the Light" ~ A Kitchen Makeover on a Tight Budget, While our kitchen wasn't very old, only 6 years, it was very dark & monochromatic and we found it a bit depressing, especially with our sometimes cloudy/rainy Northwest days. We decided we'd like to brighten it up by going off-white. While we were at it and had the place torn up, we figured we'd make other changes to reflect our likes and personalities better and how we wanted to use the space. Unfortunately, budget was a major issue and even though we're skilled bargain shoppers, we got busy holding garage sales and Craig's listing what items we didn't need in the house, as well as what we wanted to change out in the kitchen anyway {like appliances} in order to raise the money. By doing most of the work ourselves, as well, I'm proud to say we came in under $3000 and we're so pleased with the light, airy space we've created in the heart of our home -- our kitchen. , Kitchens Design

    "Bringing in the Light...

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  • Updated Kitchen, Newly renovated kitchen., Kitchens Design

    Updated Kitchen

    6 photos, 16,142 Views, Flag

  • Modern Traditional Kitchen, We renovated our old muddy-colored kitchen into what we like and suits our family best., Kitchens Design

    Modern Traditional K...

    10 photos, 10,970 Views, Flag

  • Modern Farmhouse Kitchen, Large open farmhouse kitchen with a modern twist.  Pine floors throughout,  wooden counter tops,  lower cabinets only,  abundant windows,  with or without an island.  Laundry room door covered in chalk paint for menus and events,  built in hutch.  , Kitchens Design

    Modern Farmhouse Kit...

    10 photos, 2,078 Views, Flag

  • Drab to Fab-1956 Bungalow kitchen remodel, I took a small ugly outdated kitchen space and turned it into a highly functional and organized cottage highlight., Kitchens Design

    Drab to Fab-1956 Bung...

    12 photos, 1,445 Views, Flag

  • The Ugly Duckling Kitchen Makeover, My kitchen is very small and it was hard to imagine it ever looking any better but I had to brighten it up and make it my own., Kitchens Design

    The Ugly Duckling Kit...

    8 photos, 1,043 Views, Flag

  • Painted Kitchen Cabinets, Here are a few photos of my "design on a dime" kitchen makeover. It's a work in progress. I hated my builder-grade, orange oak cabinets from the 1990s, so I painted over them, and added some Ikea handles. I plan to change the backsplash to something more modern soon, and tweak things here and there. It would be nice to have some under-cabinet lighting. This entire "reno" cost a few hundred dollars. It's definitely worth it if you want to give your oak kitchen an easy update., Kitchens Design

    Painted Kitchen Cabin...

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  • Now I'm Cook'n!, We rently remodled our home.  I love my new kitchen.  If I had the square footage I would have made it an eat in kitchen but I didn't want to take away from my master suite.  I have to say I do enjoy my counter and cupboard space of they galley style kitchen.  Also the skylight was one of the best things we did., Kitchens Design

    Now I'm Cook'n!

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  • French Kitchen (updates/upgrades), We had a functional kitchen but it wasn't pretty and it seemed pretty Plain Jane compared to the rest of the house. It had dated silestone counter tops and a cheap sink with cheap faucets. we wanted to add a built in wine fridge as well. the back splash is travertine in subway style, with travertine "pencils" with basket weave, all  travertine backsplash, and yes, I do cook with those copper pots, Mauviel purchased from Williams-Sonoma, wine fridge, KitchenAid, the other appliances are different brands but all the door handles match (I think it's called bow and arrow)., Kitchens Design

    French Kitchen (updat...

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  • Total Transformation, This kitchen was taken from dilapidated and confining to elegant and open. The process required the removal of several walls, moving windows and lacing in of Hardwood floors. The goal was to integrate the rustic poll-barn beams with elegance and class as well as to utilize the relatively small space effectively. Take a looks and let me know how well I did. , Kitchens Design

    Total Transformation

    12 photos, 3,417 Views, Flag

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