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  • Oak Cabinet Kitchen Remodel, When we first bought our house, the kitchen was 10 years old with no life to it.  I had a vision that I turned into reality.  I painted and glazed my old oak cabinets, added crown molding, hardware, new counters, flooring, back splash, appliances and under cabinet lighting.  This kitchen went from drab to fab!  It definitely lived up to its potential and it wasn't that expensive to do.

*UPDATE: I have had an enormous amount of comments wanting the directions to this process, so I have included a link to access the directions for those who would like it.  Thanks to everyone for your outpouring of praise and support!  I can't actually create a link here so you will have to copy this link and paste it in your address bar.!164&parid=A65C9A773ED13E6E!125, Kitchens Design

    Oak Cabinet Kitchen R...

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  • Tuscan-inspired Kitchen Renovation on a Budget, Our 1920 house had the original kitchen and an under-used addition, which some call a three season porch, adjacent to it. We began the renovation by replacing the old jalousies with energy efficient windows and door. To help blend the two rooms, our contractor removed as much of the shared wall as possible.  The original plan was to take down the entire wall; however, our plan had to be revised when we discovered plumbing inside that wall. Our contractor helped us contain the cost by custom building more kitchen cabinets to match the existing ones.  This also gave me lots of additional storage - who doesn't love that! Bead board was installed along the breakfast room wall and at the ends of the cabinets. We had a local artisan make the wrought iron towel bar/pot rack. Recessed lighting was installed in both rooms along with honed "Jerusalem Gold" limestone countertops and "Saltillo" terracotta tiles (set on the diagonal).  We visually joined the two spaces by using the same materials and colors throughout.  It was a challenge to put a "new" kitchen into an old home.  We wanted it to look as if this renovated kitchen was original to the house. Having our contractor custom build more of the old style cabinets helped retain that look.  My husband and I have traveled to Tuscany together and were inspired by the earthy colors and rustic textures of that landscape.  We kept this in mind when we were making the design choices as we renovated this space. In conclusion, we are pleased with the result., Kitchens Design

    Tuscan-inspired Kitch...

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  • Contemporary Kitchen, Contemporary, Kitchens Design

    Contemporary Kitchen

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  • worst kitchen ever transformed,new pics added!, We took our dreadful 70's kitchen and gutted it!  nothing from the original kitchen remains! Tell me what you think, Kitchens Design

    worst kitchen ever tra...

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  • Farmhouse Kitchen, Our farmhouse is over 100 years old. The kitchen is completely remodeled to represent it's history while also meeting our modern-country aesthetic. See all photos at, Kitchens Design

    Farmhouse Kitchen

    5 photos, 1,380 Views, Flag

  • Remodeled Kitchen with Open Floor Plan, We opened up the wall that divided the dining room and kitchen, Kitchens Design

    Remodeled Kitchen wi...

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  • black cabinets, We remodeled our kitchen by painting existing cabinets black, changed hardware, tile floor, travertine with glass tile accent back splash, granite counter tops, removed popcorn ceilings, added can lights, fresh paint., Kitchens Design

    black cabinets

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  • Traditional Green Apple Modern, Custom floor to ceiling height, solid maple cabinets, face frame construction with inset doors. Finished in white with conversion varnish. Wainscot style finished ends and island details. Caesarstone Quartz countertops in Jet Black. Under cabinet lighting. Backlit upper cabinets for display. Oversized glass pendants over island. Farmhouse style, fire clay apron sink., Kitchens Design

    Traditional Green App...

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  • Total Transformation Kitchen 1000.00 or less.., This 1996 home had boring medium oak raised panel cabinets.. they were in great shape, but not so big on appeal. This total transformation was done using items purchased or traded on Craigslist and things purchased from "habitat Re-store"  All other items were re-purposed. Check out this awesome "coffee bean counter top". To truly appreciate this space you need to know that renovation including the stainless dishwasher drawers was under a thousand dollars..Thank you Craigslist and Pinterest. :), Kitchens Design

    Total Transformation ...

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  • modular home kitchen, This was a small kitchen in a modular home we had no room to expand so we refaced the cabinet in a high gloss beige finish and used a lowered soffit to make it look larger., Kitchens Design

    modular home kitchen

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  • DIY rebuild changed everything!, The gray/blue countertop tile I installed 22 years ago was the last update I had made to our kitchen. I began this total makeover mid June 2011 and my 8 week plan working nights, days off and weekends turned into 16 weeks, but I couldn't be happier with results. I didn't build the cabinets, but painted them. All other work I did...demolition, walls, floors, electrical, design, appliance install, etc. Brother in-law helped on weekends. Children helped pen the cabinet lines. My wonderful wife gave me full creative control and put up with a whole lot of dust, clutter and mess. I am a photographer by trade, but also joke "jack of all trades...master of none!" We couldn't be happier with the results! Hope you enjoy!, Kitchens Design

    DIY rebuild changed e...

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  • Happy New Year, 1yr in new home!, Kitchens Design

    Happy New Year, 1yr i...

    7 photos, 9,979 Views, Flag

  • kitchen redo!...on a budget , We rennovated our kitchen ourselves and kept the budget to a minimum!, Kitchens Design

    kitchen redo!...on a b...

    5 photos, 1,339 Views, Flag

  • Classic Kitchen, Classic Traditional Kitchen and Breakfast Area, Kitchens Design

    Classic Kitchen

    5 photos, 13,173 Views, Flag

  • Amazing What Painting Can Do..., We live in a manufactured home that still needs alot of cosmetic updates. We have a small budget, by small I mean tiny. $10 here. $20 there. This kitchen still needs work, but it is really looking better with just a little paint and elbow grease!, Kitchens Design

    Amazing What Paintin...

    7 photos, 10,221 Views, Flag

  • Julie's French Kitchen, Designed and created by me with the help of a few friends.  Elegant neutrals were used in high end finishes.  Granite countertops, SS appliances, Bronze finishes, French deco. , Kitchens Design

    Julie's French Kitche...

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  • French County in the City, Two small rooms made into one., Kitchens Design

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  • Beautiful and Functional, This is a client that needed a MAJOR change with their area. The before pictures of this kitchen show outdated cabinets with an oversized island that made it very difficult to work in this kitchen space, we added the extra "L shape" to the Galley design we started with. We used sealed Sensa Granite countertops (one of my favorite companies to work with), and Diamond Reflections Cabinetry, again one of my favorites. , Kitchens Design

    Beautiful and Functio...

    4 photos, 1,817 Views, Flag

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