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A few days ago, I posted about last year’s remodel of the kitchen, dining, and family room. The biggest surprise when planning the project was the importance and cost of lighting!
There is little natural light into these rooms, and only in the morning. They replaced and added to the ceiling lighting plus we added the post and wall sconces. I never thought I would spend over $5,000 on lighting, but it was well worth it.
Kitchen Remodel Always Have Some Issues…
The demo for the kitchen remodel took place in early April and the project was complete by late May.
We had hiccups along the way – for instance during the appliance installation, we discovered that our lower cabinets were a little shorter than standard, and had wood flooring butting up to them.
We had just assumed they were “normal” height, so when they were installing our slightly taller dishwasher and beverage fridge, they didn’t fit!
After discussing the options, we wound up having the wood flooring taken up in front of each appliance for the installation and replaced. Thankfully, the previous owners left us a partial box of wood flooring so we were able to order more of the exact flooring. And we ordered enough flooring to do the same procedure if we need to remove either of those appliances.
Kitchen Remodel Photos
Drum Roll, Please…..
Here’s the Reveal!
Photo updated in December 2019. This is the view As you walk into the three room area.
The cook top is a 36″ Thermador Range Top with griddle
Game Room/Bar Photos
The former family room area is now a game room and bar area.
The bar area of the room. It is still a work in progress. I need to move our glassware (from the dining room buffet) into the lighted display area and we need to get the shelf for the alcohol display area.
Dining Room Photos
In the design plan, this area – around the wall scones and above the buffet – is framed out with molding. We’re waiting until we have the walls in the living room re-textured (in the next few months) to have them done a the same time.
In case you forgot, HERE is the kitchen remodel before.
Here’s a review of the Thermador Convection Steam Oven HERE. Look for more appliance reviews on my Thermador appliances in later posts.
The 36″ Thermador range top with griddle was the one appliance I had to have. I couldn’t be more happy with how the kitchen remodel turned out.
We are so thankful for our amazing General Contractor – Champ Construction and our Designer – Tiffany Mehrten.
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