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Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
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My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product


Zachary 01-28-2013 04:47 PM

Kitchen Remodel
 
9 Attachment(s)

My girlfriend and I bought a house together that had a kitchen I absolutely hated. When we initially saw the house it was bank owned and we weren't able to buy it but it was purchased by an investor who did minor repairs and resold it with financing, which is when we bought it...so I have these "Before" pics first, followed by the pics I just took. The first two pics show the kitchen the way we first saw it, the 3rd pic shows it how we got it, except it still had the paneling, which I had ripped off by the time I took this :P

The plan is to have a small galley style kitchen...much of the materials are coming from my local Habitat Home Center (aka Habitat ReStore) The Cabinets are brand new, plywood construction with oak veneer, bought from HfH for less than the unfinished particle board crap from Home Depot costs. I'm using the old counters for now but they will also get replaced. The flooring will be vinyl as well but with a plain 3" tile pattern.
The final pic is a computer rendering of the finished product



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