Kitchen Renovation

Posted May 29th, 2014 by Ellen and filed in Family, Personal, Vintage

We’ve lived with a mostly 1926 kitchen for decades.  I suppose we could have continued that way (after all, it did have a lot of character) except for the grandchildren.  After all, what are another few years added to the 42 in which we’ve “made do.”  But we wanted the little ones to have a space that was new and sanitary.  So we took the plunge!

An amazing amount of work has been accomplished in just a day over two weeks.  Demo, new electrical, new plumbing, HVAC, floor removal down to the original oak hardwoods, and I-beam installation.  Insulation (there wasn’t even a dust bunny to keep out the cold) will probably happen tomorrow followed by drywall next week.  Things will move very quickly after that.

I’ll post before and after pictures once I’ve had a chance to breathe.  Here’s what the 18′ x 18′ space looked like this afternoon:

Kit 5:29Southwest corner of kitchen.  Breakfast room wall was removed – see floor.  A pantry was also eliminated.

Kit 5:29 2

 South wall.  Our sink will be placed  under the center window.

Watch this apace!

 

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