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  • Kitchen remodel, We just finished remodeling our circa 1986 country kitchen into this comfortable homey yet modern room., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen remodel

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  • large kitchen with lots of potential, I just moved into my house 1 month ago. I've already painted 6 of the rooms thus far (really horrible colors throughout). The kitchen is a nice size, but needs a remodel. I'd like to keep it as eco-friendly as possible. 

My style (romantic according to the style quiz) tends towards classic/traditional (warm woods, sophisticated but useful design.)

I'd love to try doing much of this myself, but I've never done anything like this before and would love some advice. 

My thoughts thus far:
cooktop: 36 in gas (currently 30" electric)
floors: cork or bamboo (renewable and easy on the feet/back)
lighting: track or recessed in the ceiling, undermount for the cabinets
countertop: granite in a warm tone (maybe with flecks of black)
appliances: I know SS is popular, but I simply don't like it in a warm/wood kitchen. I think black (assuming it can be pulled in from a cabinet glaze or granite countertop) looks nicer
cabinets: pine stained honey/maple with a coffee-type glaze. 

Questions:
The current cabinets are cheap (plywood doors and bottoms that sag). I don't see how I can refinish/reuse them. Refacing was an option, but they don't change the inside of the cabinets, which means the bottoms would still sag. Anyone have any other thoughts?

I cook/bake a lot. Love the double wall oven, but hate the microwave taking up counter space. Do I install a wall oven/microwave and do a nice vent over the cooktop? Or go with the standard microwave over the cooktop and keep the double wall oven?

Any thoughts on what to do with the corner between the sink and the wall ovens? It's awkward to use with the ovens right there.

And if you've read this far, THANK YOU for taking the time!!, Kitchens Design

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  • Ridgemont Kitchen (Before), These are the before pictures of my kitchen. I plan to keep the layout the same but add more lighting, new counter tops, back-splash, appliances and flooring.
I have added crown molding and light valance trim to the cabinets and installed an over-the-range microwave so far.
I'm looking for some natural and "green" ideas. Please send me your thoughts.
The room is a good size and separates our living room and sitting room. The back wall is continuous to both adjacent rooms so I'm struggling with a paint color. HELP HGTV and rate my space users!, Kitchens Design

    Ridgemont Kitchen (B...

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  • Dream Come True, We did a complete kitchen make over.  Replaced all cabinets appliances counter tops and floor.  This kitchen had been the same since the house was built in  the 1970s., Kitchens Design

    Dream Come True

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  • Dream Come True, We did a complete kitchen make over.  Replaced all cabinets appliances counter tops and floor.  This kitchen had been the same since the house was built in  the 1970s., Kitchens Design

    Dream Come True

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  • Our kitchen re-do on a TIGHT budget., This kitchen has never seen any improvments since the house was built in 1963. We bought the house last spring and had a really tight budget (less than $4,000.00) and this is what we did., Kitchens Design

    Our kitchen re-do on a...

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  • Storybook Kitchen, My husband and I had a lot of fun creating this Story Book Kitchen.  To help come up with a color scheme he made drawings of the space and I colored them..We repurposed the cupboards from the manin house added a rescued vintage table and chairs and painted the Hoosier cabinet Bright Red!!, Kitchens Design

    Storybook Kitchen

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  • Our New Kitchen, Kitchens Design

    Our New Kitchen

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  • before and after, before and after my kitchen small kitchen now open and social, Kitchens Design

    before and after

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  • New Kitchen - Before and After, We bought this house, which was a foreclosure, a couple of months ago. It came without a kitchen! I've included the before pictures, and the after. It was just finished 2 days ago, so I haven't added any accesories yet, right now I'm just trying to get used to actually having a kitchen! First house and first renovation, a great experience!, Kitchens Design

    New Kitchen - Before ...

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  • "We Did it Ourselves" Kitchen, We upgraded our kitchen from old wood, baby blue and white, lace- curtained country. , Kitchens Design

    "We Did it Ourselves"...

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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

    LAS VEGAS TUSCAN...

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  • 1930's Kitchen Make-Over, We renovated our 1930's home before moving in 3 years ago. This kitchen was, by far, the biggest project and most dramatic change of all the rooms in our home. , Kitchens Design

    1930's Kitchen Make-...

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  • Bringing the Islands to Tennessee, With a traditional ranch home all of the rooms are cut up and we took a blah space and turned it into a space that works for us that we love!

Many have asked where I purchased the pendant lights over the island.  Lightingdirect.com (Art Deco/Retro from the Le Dome Collection - Clear), Kitchens Design

    Bringing the Islands t...

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  • NO DEMO RENO KITCHEN TRANSFORMATION, I'm notorious for just switching up accessories to recreate a space. Well, a little more magic was need to transform our 2002 "builder white" kitchen. Not wanting to overdo expenses for our Florida market and wanting to try to stay green, we opted for a NO DEMO RENO. This space was transformed within 12 hours of one day: Graphite granite counter w/recycled glass dust, black granite bar-top with recycled glass flakes, a recycled glass mini-subway style tile full-height back splash, a 60/40 artisan sink, replaced drawer knobs for cup pulls, and added the splurge: the Kohler Simplice faucet. If Carter can do it - So can you. Our kitchen was transformed by using Granite Transformations and reusing our existing counters by covering with a new (no waste in a landfill). Read more about the process at http://nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com, Kitchens Design

    NO DEMO RENO KIT...

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  • This is my renovated kitchen , Kitchens Design

    This is my renovated k...

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  • Our Kitchen Remodel, before and after, Kitchens Design

    Our Kitchen Remodel, ...

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  • DIY-condo before and after, our first DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECT, Kitchens Design

    DIY-condo before and ...

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