mlaj2000's Kitchen

Pics of my mostly DIY Kitchen.

Posted by mlaj2000 (My Page) on Fri, Dec 30, 05 at 20:30

Cabinets: Kitchen Craft Lexington door in Maple with Millstone finish

Granite: Verde Butterfly with ogee edge

Floor: 20" Porcelain tiles by Cerdomus. Tuscany series, color-Noce

Backsplash: 4 X 4 porcelain made to look like tumbled marble. I installed myself for around $65.00

Sink: Kindred Big D KSSXU
Faucet: Price Pfister Parisa Pullout
Soap Dispenser also PP

Knobs- French twists in antique pewter purchased on ebay for $.99/piece

Range: GE Profile Slide in
Ref: GE Profile Custom style counter depth
Micro- OTR GE Profile
DW- F & P Dishsrawers in Stainless steel

Paint: Ralph Lauren's Maleya Red mixed for BM Aquapearl

Cabinets purchased from
This was mainly a DIY project We still have to add the under cabinet moulding and the floor saddles
**Granite and floor tile was installed by professionals. Everything else was done by us.

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Beautiful! I am also impressed that you did the work yourselves. Wow. Enjoy!

 o RE: Pics of my mostly DIY Kitchen.

You really did a great job! Everything is pulled together nicely. Is the layout about the same as before? How long did the project take? Enjoy your new kitchen!

 o RE: Pics of my mostly DIY Kitchen.

Thanks for your kind words.
The project took almost 2 years from the design standpoint.
8 months of construction.
The Layout is completely different. We changed windows and closed up a door. took down a partition wall and removed soffits. Moved plumbing..etc.It was a complete gut. That's why it took us so long.
Husband was very good at demo. Luckily we had friends to help us put things back together. :)

Hi, I too am looking into Kitchen Craft via also in this type of white/off white finish. Are you happy with the construction, quality and finish of a painted cabinet and Kitchen Craft? How are the frameless cabinets working out? We too are DIYers. Was it all that hard to install yourself and did the delivery/arrival of the cabinets with them go smoothly? I really would appreciate your input. Tx, Nicole
Hi there. Loved your kitchen. We have red walls too and are in the middle of design where we think we will retain them.

Our KD has come up with a corner sink. The window would be on the left shoulder of the user.

We are considering a mirror backsplash, or perhaps tile to match the floor.

Cabinets will be either similar to yours or maple in a light stain.

How have you found your corner unit? Would you go with it again. Any disadvantages?



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