Gastonia Kitchen: Before & Progress
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Gastonia Kitchen: Before & Progress

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Prizewinners Take Their Kitchen From ‘Atrocious’ to ‘Wow’
The Sammons used $10,000 to cover taxes on the prize; they received $20,000 in gift cards to Lowe’s for materials and finishes and another $20,000 from Houzz for labor, construction and design fees. Houzz helped narrow down the search for local professionals, and the Sammons interviewed and picked their team: designer Laura Vlaming of Arkiteriors and general contractor Brian Macuga from Arbor Construction Group. The previous kitchen lacked countertop space. So much that Mandy had taken to using a dining table in the middle of the room as a prep surface. On top of that, the appliances were old, the linoleum floor was peeling, and Vlaming believes a previous homeowner had tried to refinish the plywood cabinets, but the surface didn’t take the stain evenly.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

loisheavner added this to loisheavner's ideas
Cabinets with doors, window over sink
conley1952 added this to conley1952's ideas
The kitchen is much too dark. Though if it had adequate lightening it might be quite beautiful. Though too dark
whartgen added this to whartgen's ideas
the access from one corner to another