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AMAZING Kitchen Renovation

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This kitchen was small and closed in by walls. We blew out two of the walls which led to the living room and dining room. Doing this created a gorgeous, large, open kitchen. You HAVE to see the before pictures of this kitchen!
The wall between the kitchen and den was torn down and an island was put in it's place.
Check out how small and dated the kitchen looked before.
The wall between the kitchen and dining room was torn down as well, and it really opened the space up!
New custom built cabinetry was added to one wall in the dining room.
To see more of the befores and afters of this transformation, click on the link below.

To see more: http://www.beneathmyheart.net/2014/04/clint-marys-kitchen-makeover-reveal/

  • AmericanWoman
    AmericanWoman Omaha, NE
    on Apr 29, 2014

    An excellent job. Clint & Mary must be thrilled.

  • Sandy Eck
    Sandy Eck Woodville, OH
    on Apr 29, 2014

    beautiful

  • Carol G
    Carol G Clermont, FL
    on Apr 29, 2014

    Great renovation!

  • Lily White
    Lily White Salem, NH
    on Apr 29, 2014

    wow!

  • Leah Johnson
    Leah Johnson
    on Apr 29, 2014

    gosh and you tho't your kitchen was small... Mine is 8 ft by 13 ft..there are cupboards on one side and around the end and on the otherside is the refer and a couple shelf unites to hold my groceries etc.. there is a door to the dining room on the north east corner- and then the outside door and to the basement is on the southwest corner and chiminey on the northwest corner.. what can I do??? the north wall is a retaining wall, the stair wall on the west side cant be moved, in fact I think at one time this may have been a porch entry way,, this house was built partieally in 1880 and added on to several times into the 30's.. it is on the National Registery .. and all the old roofs are still up in the attic..

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