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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Week 8 -- Kitchen Renovation

After awhile, you wonder if you still will know how to cook. I have been using a little plug in tea pot that heats up water and a microwave, both loaned to me generously by my friend Katy S. The upper cabinets arrived last week. This week Gordon and Ben installed the upper cabs and hooked up the sink. The sink is useable! The pulls and knobs will be going on the cabs this week, too. I am hoping the extra hole for the little faucet will be drilled soon. The countertop people installed the specchio white quartz top meticulously. LOVE it. However, they forgot a hole.

We made a change of design plan on Monday. I decided I wanted a more open kitchen with fewer cabinets. Instead of the large maple cabinet in the center which would have housed the range hood, we will order a Kobe range hood - it will be visible and I know I will like that better.

The library shelves and desk below are gorgeous. Maple wood, nice and light, airy. I think the warm tones go really well with my green lower cabs and the beautiful paint color.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, you're almost done with the renovation, Sandra! I'm thrilled to see how well you are progressing. By the way, painting the walls with Copen Blue from Sherwin & Williams is good, since it made your kitchen look brighter and cozier. Thanks for the updates! Have a great day!

    Homer Collins @ Pinnacle Renovations