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Hi friends! I need to know if I can tear this wall down? I want to renovate my kitchen to give it more space and take that wall out of the way and have an open floor plan, but that wall, Im just not so sure about it.
I purchased a large 12'X16' utility shed to fix the inside up as an office. The interior is very cute and welcoming, but the outside is an eyesore in my backyard. We've thought of
building a porch on it and painting the front door a pretty color, but? The porch idea would be the width of the building 12' and 4' out. I thought of columns but that is as far as I have gotten. Help please from you wonderful creative people. I will try and get a picture in a day or two.
Dark. Cluttered. Busy. Out-dated. All words the owners used to describe their old kitchen. Today it's light, open and welcoming! The neutral palette leaves it open for the owner's to use
color however they like! The custom detail on the drawers, cabinets, hood and cabinetry furniture base give the kitchen a very luxurious feel. The dishwasher is hidden, the storage space is accessible and customized and the clients are deliriously happy!
Want to know how a remodel like this begins? Want to see other kitchens & other styles? http://www.akatlanta.com/Atlanta-Kitchen-Ren...
Hi! I'm am in the process of refinishing Birch veneered kitchen cabinets. They were installed, brand new around 1972. The cabinets were shellacked over the existing hardware and have been
a nightmare to clean and sand. I tried using Tung Oil to finish them, because my husband and I love the grain of the wood. But, it made them a not so pleasing, gold color (which was the color they were when I started) . Has anyone stained these types of cabinet doors with a darker stain, without them looking yellowy/gold? Thanks for any help!