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Kitchen reno from traditionalish to contemporary #6: The project from start to finish, or at least as finished as it will be for awhile

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Blog entry by shwoodnt posted 09-25-2017 01:57 AM 900 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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Once the kitchen became fully functional, I moved onto other things.

It works fine as is.

The stainless steel herb garden must be added.

However, we are having second thoughts about the curved cabinet to the left of the stove and the shelves above the sink. My wife seems to like it open the way it is now.

I think we need the maple cabinet above the fridge, and, to support that, the curved cabinet above the dish rack, and to support that, the revolving dishrack.

If those are going in, then we may have to do the curved cabinet to the left of the stove to offset the curved one above the revolving dishrack.

And, if we do that, then perhaps the shelves above the sink.

The tall wood door and drawers beside it are ash. The table is mainly ash, but has some maple I think. The coped doors under the sink are maple. There will be a heavy-duty drawer with an ash front beneath the dishwasher. The shelf above the dishwasher gets so much use and is so convenient open, I may not put doors on it.

The pictures are too large to upload I think, so everything is in a shared file on google at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AgLC6sG8s9GK7gEJFnS6Ahgjx5RVhS7x51MWYQLnviM



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Kaleb the Swede

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#1 posted 09-25-2017 04:45 PM

Very cool. I like how bold you guys are with colors. It really stands out and becomes very modern looking

-- Just trying to build something beautiful

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