1950s Kitchen Remodel

1950s Kitchen Remodel/Expansion
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This kitchen, formerly a tiny kitchen and even tinier dining room, went from tiny to terrific when the spaces were combined and everything was replaced. Even the entry door was replaced to coordinate with the new space. The new door is dent resistent, won't warp or bow, and keeps the kitchen much warmer than the former wooden door.
“Light coming in!” — Kathleen Lupole
1950s Kitchen Remodel
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Under cabinet task lighting throughout the kitchen provides ample lighting any time of day.
“kitchen tile” — hasis
1950s Kitchen Remodel
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Mossy green Zodiaq quartz countertops. Backsplash: Interceramic puebla salerno in travertino beige with American Olean wheat field decorative tile line in jungle blend.
“backsplash” — pechloff
1950s Kitchen Remodel
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Shiloh cherry cabinets in medium finish, with homestead door style with standard overlay. The cabinets give the kitchen a very warm look. Love all the sunlight that comes in!
1950s Kitchen Remodel
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An enclosure around the counter depth refrigerator gives the fridge a built in look and maintains the kitchen's sleek lines.
“A little too much room at the top but depth looks good” — etaravella
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