Our kitchen is facing north and has one small window, hence there was not much light. The knotty pine look was getting on my nerves and so did the ugly, red Formica counter top, including
a 70th look linoleum brick floor all worn and the wood work being a very dark brown didn't help to make this kitchen into a cheery place to work in. I love light! Especially during Colorado's long winter month. I remodeled this entire kitchen from top to bottom for less than $900.00
Commented on Jun 11, 2012
well... sure... if you don't want doors on your cabinets.
Landscape,. Interior painting. Front walk. Appliances in the kitchen. Do something to
dress up the blank brick wall over the porch. Baseboard heat showing. Does it have A/C? Would've been nice to have baseboard heat units that matched the color of the base boards. Myself... I don't like the wainscoting, but my wife does.
Our front porch really needs to be rebuilt but in the meanwhile (while we save up) I gave it a facelift with some wood glue, caulk, and paint. The best part: A porch rug that I painted right on the top landing.