They'll tell you that the only thing going for it right now is the generous size. Dark cabinets and peeling yellow laminate countertops are arranged in a "U" shape with mismatched appliances completing the horse-shoe. On the opposite wall, a cluttered desk sits next to the refrigerator and broom closet. The worn vinyl floor has definitely seen better days, and the eating area that adjoins the space just isn't wide enough for a table and chairs so this kitchen is ready for an update. We're going to do just that giving it a great new country cottage style.
In this episode, the old mess that has accumulated over the years is cleared out: removing the outdated appliances, the cabinet doors and drawers, and the worn countertop and sink. The cabinets are reconfigured for the new layout. Then a beautiful southern yellow heart pine floor is put in over the old vinyl floor.
We repainted kitchen cabinets then attached new hinges, assembled the drawer fronts and added new hardware. See how we did it.
Host Paul Ryan demonstrates how to install new lighting fixtures, paint walls and transform a basement door into a message board with chalkboard paint.
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Salvaged Dining Room Table (00:04:25)
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