Clint and Mary’s Kitchen Renovation {Part One}

April 7, 2014 AT 10:10 am 4 Comments

Hey friends!

I am so excited to share Cy’s latest remodeling project with you!

A couple of months ago, he started working on Clint and Mary’s kitchen renovation. It was a HUGE renovation, and I wanted to share some of the “before” pictures with you.

When you walk in their front door, you immediately see their living room on the right.

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The living room leads into the dining room.  The plan was to move the wall between the two rooms forward making the living room smaller and the dining room bigger.

Cy was also going to add new French pocket doors between the two rooms.

If you keep walking past the living room, you will find yourself in their den.

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Like most homes built during this time, there is a wall separating the den from the kitchen.  Clint and Mary wanted a more “open” feel in their home and wanted to tear down the wall between the two rooms.

Mary loves to entertain and host get-togethers, so she wanted a space that facilitated a lot of people.

Her kitchen was small and closed off from the rest of the house.

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It was also missing adequate storage.  Mary wanted a LOT of cabinets and storage space.  {What woman doesn’t, right?!} Smilekitchen renovation

We made plans to tear out the small panty and create a larger one with double doors.  The wall between the kitchen and dining room was also going to get torn down, opening up the space even more.

If you walk through the small kitchen, you will end up in the dining room.

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As you can tell in the picture below, every room was separated from the other ones with walls.  Well that was going to change….BIG TIME!

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Here are a few sneak peeks of the “during” photos.

The new wall between the living room and dining room was built…

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And the wall between the den and the kitchen was torn down…

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The space already looks SO much bigger!

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I cannot wait to show you the “afters” of this space!  It is an amazing transformation!

 

Stay tuned….

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Pantry Coffee Station {#keurig}

November 6, 2013 AT 12:30 am 24 Comments

Well, I’ve given my pantry makeover a new makeover!

Let’s take a look back at what my kitchen pantry looked like the day we moved into our home…

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See the big orange door?  That was my small, dark pantry.  I didn’t like it at all.

So what’s a girl to do?

Well, tear it down, that’s what!

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Okay, so Cy tore it down.  Smile

And I made supper while he did it.

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Is it just me, or is seeing your husband tear a down a wall sexy or what?!

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Once the old pantry was completely gone, I was amazed at how much bigger the kitchen looked!

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Cy built some new cabinets with baskets where the pantry used to be…

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We filled up the rest of the empty wall space with a shallow, wide pantry.

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I have loved this pantry ever since!

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It is so easy to see everything inside the pantry and nothing gets “lost” in the back of it.  It’s also easy to clean.

Even though I have loved this pantry very much, I had to make a couple of changes to it.

Why, you ask?

Because of my new Keurig.  Smile

 

Recently, I received a new Keurig Vue, and it sat on my kitchen countertop by the fridge.

That’s totally fine, except that my toaster, canisters, blender, mixer, and more was on my countertop too.

I don’t like a cluttered countertop, and I don’t have a lot of counter space.

So I decided I needed to “tweek” my pantry to accommodate my Keurig and my toaster.

Here is what the pantry used to look like…

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And here it is now that I made room for my new Keurig Vue!

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I simply cut the top pantry shelf in half and cut some new boards to create new shelves.

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I used my Rockwell Versacut to cut my 1×12 boards for the new shelves.

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This tool is the bombdiggity!

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It cuts like butta!

 

I glued and nailed the new shelves in place and installed an power strip with surge protection down the side of the pantry wall for my toaster and Keurig.

Luckily, there was an outlet underneath the bottom shelf of the pantry that I could plug the power strip into.

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I used screw-in hooks above the Keurig machine to hold my coffee cups.

I also got a carousel to hold my Vue cups and placed it on the shelf beneath my Keurig.

 

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Even though I lost some shelf space, I also gained some shelf space by creating an extra shelf on the top right of the pantry.

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DIY {Undermount} Spice Rack

November 3, 2013 AT 9:17 pm 4 Comments

Hey friends!

I hope you had a great weekend!

I wanted to share with you a project that we completed in our kitchen a while back ago. Smile

We created a place underneath my kitchen cabinets for me to store my spices.

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This project has been a long time coming.  Over a year and a half ago, we created a cookbook holder on the other side of the microwave.

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Just for fun, do you remember what our kitchen looked like when we bought this house two and a half years ago?

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As you can see, we had a soffit above our cabinets that we tore down during our kitchen renovation.

Cy tore down the small pantry to the left of the oven, and raised the cabinets to the top of the ceiling when we installed the microwave.

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When we finished the kitchen makeover, this side of the kitchen looked like this…

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We had extra space under the cabinets on each side of the microwave that I knew I would fill up someday.

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I am happy to announce that we finally have both sides finished!

On the left is our cookbook holder…

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And now on the right is our spice rack…

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Here’s how we made it:

Cy used his jigsaw to cut out two matching pieces of birch plywood from Lowe’s for the sides of the spice holder.

{I would give you the exact measurements, but everyone’s kitchen cabinets can be different sizes.  If you created this, you would need to measure your cabinets to figure out how big to make your spice rack holder.}

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Then he used wood glue and a nail gun to glue and nail the sides of the holder to the bottom piece.

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Next, he glued and nailed a piece of trim to the bottom of the spice holder.

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He glued and nailed a matching piece of trim to the top of the holder.

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And then one more piece of trim to the back.

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Next, he glued and nailed the spice rack to the bottom of our kitchen cabinet.

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I filled the seams in with wood filler, sanded them smooth, and then painted them white.

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Next, we began creating the shelves for our spice rack.

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We basically created them like stair steps, gluing and nailing one board on top of the other.

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Don’t forget to check and make sure each board is level.

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Here are the shelves half way through…

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After we had finished each shelf, I used wood filler to fill in the seams.

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Then I sanded and painted the shelves, and they were ready to be used! Smile

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I bought some glass jars at Hobby Lobby {50% off, of course!} and used some chalk board labels to label each jar.

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I love how I have easy access to my spices now when I cook.  I’ve added a few more spice jars since taking these pictures.

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This project only took a couple hours from start to finish and was very inexpensive to create.

Do you have a special way that you store your spices?

 

 

See more fun DIY ideas at Lowe’s Creative Ideas, follow Lowe’s on Instagram, Pinterest and sign up for the Creative Ideas magazine and app!

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*Disclaimer: As a member of the Lowe’s Creative Ideas Creators and Influencers network, I received a Lowe’s gift card to complete this project.  All ideas, instructions, and opinions are completely and totally mine! Smile

 

 

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A New Tile Backsplash!

August 7, 2013 AT 11:04 am 4 Comments

 

Cy recently finished another kitchen project.  A client wanted him to help install a new tile backsplash in their kitchen.

They were doing some of the renovation themselves, and here is a “before” picture after their new countertop was installed…

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Cy began removing the old tile, but before he did, he made sure that he had on his 3M™ TEKK Protection™ Holmes Workwear™ Safety Glasses.  He had a pair of clear protective glasses, but we didn’t look near as cool in them as we did in the dark protective glasses. Smile    Players don’t play.

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The tile can easily be removed with a hammer, box knife, and a pry bar, but Cy had to be sure to wear his protective eye wear because bits and pieces of tile can break off and fly in the air.  It is so super important to protect your eyes!

When the tile is removed, it usually damages the dry wall behind it.

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So once everything was removed, Cy installed new drywall above the countertop.

 

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Once the old tile was removed and the new drywall was up, it was time to install the new tile.

 

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Cy wore his 3m protective eye gear and Digital WorkTunes™ Hearing Protector and AM/FM Stereo Radio while he worked.  For this project, hearing wasn’t a big concern because we didn’t use power tools.  However, Cy likes to wear them to block out any noise during noisier projects and wore them during this project for added safety protection and to listen to music while he was working.

He was trying to cut out the hole where the outlets would go in the wall.

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You have to be super careful with this part.

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Before applying the new tile to the drywall, he spread tile adhesive on the wall with a 1/8 inch V-notch trowel.

 

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Then he used his grout float to push the individual tiles firmly into the adhesive.  During this process, keep a damp sponge near and wipe off any excess adhesive that pushes through the tile before it dries.

The homeowner was going to grout the tile himself after Cy was finished installing it.

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I stopped back by to get some “after” pictures, and the tile looked beautiful!

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The new tile definitely gives their kitchen a more updated look!

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And the cutouts around the outlets worked out perfectly!

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This post is a collaboration with 3M™ TEKK Protection™ Brand, but all words and opinions are my own.


 


Kitchen Makeover Reveal

July 21, 2013 AT 11:27 pm 72 Comments

 

Remember back in March, how I told you that one of Cy’s first jobs in his new business was remodeling my brother and SIL’s kitchen in their new home?

Well, he finished it a couple of months ago, but I just now got over to their house to take some “after” pictures!

Sorry for the delay. Smile

 

But I am so excited to show you Cy’s fabulous work!

Let’s remember what it looked like before….

 

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And the after!….

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My brother, Blake,  and sister-in-law, Ande, are absolutely thrilled with how it turned out!

It is amazing how much of a difference was made by painting the kitchen cabinets white!

 

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He used Benjamin Moore’s White Dove on the cabinets.

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The oak cabinets completely dated the kitchen…

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But now the cabinets look fresh and current…

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To paint the cabinets, Cy used the Homeright Finish Max Sprayer.

HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish HVLP Sprayer

Finish Max Fine Finish HVLP Sprayer

 

You can read about how he painted the cabinets HERE.

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Ande chose to paint the island herself, and Cy installed a new granite counter top on it.

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Isn’t it gorgeous?!  I believe Ande got those stools at IKEA.

 

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Cy also installed IKEA butcher block counter tops just like the ones in our kitchen.

 

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I cannot get enough of butcher block counter tops!

 

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Ande picked out a beautiful stainless steel farmhouse sink for her kitchen.  Cy had to rebuild the cabinet below to make it fit, and it looks great!

 

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Blake and Ande also had the floor refinished, which added even more beauty to this space!

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So there you have it!  What do you think?

Did Cy do a good job?  Smile

 

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Next week, I am going to show you the makeover he completed on my Aunt and Uncle’s master bathroom.  You won’t believe it!

 

If you have any questions about the kitchen makeover, feel free to leave it in the comments below.  Thanks!

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Kitchen Makeover {with wood beams}

October 23, 2012 AT 6:00 am 11 Comments

 

One of the things I love about blogging is when I get emails from my readers telling me about transformations they are making in their own homes from inspiration they received on my blog.

I love that people read my blog and follow my crazy DIY life, but when someone tells me they tried one of my recipes, or painted a similar piece of furniture to mine, or made one of my crafts, it just blesses my socks off!

When I shared how we installed faux wood beams from AZ Faux Beams in our master bathroom, I got a message from a reader, Alix, on my blog facebook page asking me for some more information about them.

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We exchanged several messages, and Alix told me they decided to buy some of the faux beams for her kitchen.

I told her to share some pictures with me after they installed the beams, and so I was thrilled when I received this email from Alix:

 

Traci-
We finally finished out beam project and I wanted to share the before and after pics. We had white beams that our contractor had done for us, but we never liked them and they weren’t the best quality. So these were such a great option for us. I am so happy we saw them on your blog. We did stain them ourselves to get the darker finish and it was super easy. The installation also went well. We are super happy with the end result.
Take care!
Alix

 

 

Well, my jaw hit the floor when I saw Alix’s beautiful kitchen.  It looked gorgeous in the before picture…

Before…

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But WOW!  Check out the difference those faux wood beams made in the “after” picture…

After…

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Swoon.

Alix, your kitchen is absolutely gorgeous!  I love the way you stained your beams to match your floors.  And your open shelves are so beautiful.

Thank you for sharing this with me!

If you would like to learn more about AZ Faux Beams, click on the button below.

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This is NOT a sponsored post.  I did not receive any compensation for writing it.  I just love this product and was excited to share this makeover with you. Smile


 


Our DIY Under the Cabinet Cook Book Holder

April 30, 2012 AT 10:10 am 24 Comments

 

Last week, I wrote a post called Simple Ways to Store Your Cookbooks.

I shared that post because I knew I would be showing you how we created a DIY Cook Book Holder for our kitchen.

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Before I show you my new Cook Book Holder, let’s take a quick look back at what this part of my kitchen looked like about 5 short months ago.

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WOW!  We’ve come a long way baby!  Smile

Notice the soffit above our cabinets.  We tore out the soffit and moved our cabinet boxes up to the ceiling.

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We also tore out our old pantry to the left of our oven, and created new cabinet space and a new, bigger pantry.

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This is what our finished kitchen looked like the day before Christmas…

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Much better! 

Since we moved our cabinets up to the ceiling, we created some space under our cabinets for additional storage. 

I thought this would be a great place to store my cook books and spices.

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So I told Cy what I was kind of thinking about doing, and while I was in Utah at the SNAP! Conference, he made me a new shelf for my cook books.

Here is a video he shot of the process while I was gone…

 

 

 

 

I love this new storage space!

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And I cannot wait to make another one like it on the other side of the microwave for my spices!

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So if you are thinking about remodeling your kitchen, maybe you could move your existing cabinets up higher to create some under cabinet shelving as well.

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If you would like to view the before and after pictures of our kitchen makeover again, just click on the picture below.

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Do you have under cabinet shelving in your kitchen?

Do you have a space you would like to add some under cabinet shelving?

See you tonight for my “Best DIY Projects of April” linky Party!


 


Fireclay Farmhouse Sinks {Durability and Quality}

January 19, 2012 AT 1:51 pm 25 Comments

 

Well, I said I wasn’t going to talk about my kitchen anymore.

Oops.

But I’m not really talking about my kitchen, just my kitchen sink!

 

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I’ve had many of you ask about the durability and quality of my sink, so I thought I would share with you a few of the things that I found out.  (After I made my purchase.) Smile

I will be honest that I often choose form over function.

Here are the two things I considered when looking for my sink online:

1.  I wanted a pretty farmhouse sink.

2.  I wanted an inexpensive, pretty farmhouse sink.

That’s it.

 

Here’s what I didn’t know before I started looking for a farmhouse sink:

Farmhouse sinks are NOT cheap!

Sheesh!

I about died when I started searching the web for a farmhouse sink!  The prices are steep!

The best deal I found was the farmhouse sink from IKEA.  It was only $313!

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I bought it, brought it home, and it didn’t fit in our cabinets.  By like half an inch!  UGH!!

If our dishwasher wasn’t right beside our sink, Cy may have tried to rebuild some cabinets to make it fit.  But he wasn’t able to do it with out some major changes to our lower cabinets, which would have ended up taking a lot of time and more money.  Not  good.

After looking online for hours, it seemed the cheapest farmhouse sinks were $600, and then they go WAY up from there.

I found my farmhouse sink at Signature Hardware.  You can purchase items online or at their store.  We needed our sink quickly, so I picked it up at the store since it was located in Northern Kentucky.

 

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I LOVE my farmhouse sink!  It is was the most expensive part of the budget for our kitchen makeover, but it was worth it.

Since buying our sink, I’ve done a little research online to find out more about fireclay sinks.

I wanted to share with you what I found out.

 

First of all,  What is Fireclay?

Widely used in London, England, for their durability and style in the late 1800s, fireclay sinks finally have made a design comeback. Fireclay sinks are forged at extremely high temperatures, which cause the clay and glaze to unite. The result is a sink that is not only extremely durable, but also will look shiny and new for many years to come.   (source)

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How durable is fireclay?

The modern fireclay apron sinks are commonly covered with a thick layer or glaze which is irrefutably acid, alkali, chip, scratches and impact resistant.  (source)

 

I love the look of fireclay farmhouse sinks because they are classic, elegant, and a great focal point for you kitchen.

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Fireclay sinks do not rust, discolor, or fade.  Yay!!

 

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How is Fireclay different from Cast Iron?

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(cast iron sink – source)

A cast iron sink is beautiful as well, but here is the difference…

Cast iron is fired at a much less temperature than fireclay, and not as durable. The glaze is softer than the glaze on fireclay. Cast iron also chips easily, and when it does, rust appears under the glaze. Plus customers are specifically asked not to use abrasives or harsh cleaners.   (source)

We had a cast iron sink in our last home, and I loved the look.  But I accidentally chipped part of the white glaze off when a pot slip out of my hand.  Sad smile

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Cast iron sinks are usually more expensive than fireclay sinks, but some believe they are more durable.  Here is a great link that discusses the pros and cons of fireclay vs. cast iron sinks:  http://www.ehow.com/about_6672827_fireclay-vs_-cast-iron-sinks.html

As you can tell by what I found out about fireclay sinks, I am very happy with our purchase!

And after living with this sink for almost two months, I can honestly say that I am VERY pleased with our fireclay farmhouse sink.

It cleans up so easily and truly makes cleaning the kitchen more fun.  I’m not kidding! Smile

So I hope that helps you out if you are looking to buy a farmhouse sink in the near future.

What is your favorite type of sink?


 


Budget Breakdown of the Kitchen Makeover

January 12, 2012 AT 11:59 pm 73 Comments

 

 

Happy Friday, friends!

I am still trying to answer the many questions about our kitchen makeover.

One of the main questions I keep getting asked is:  “How much did this cost ya?”

Well, we paid approximately $3,300 for our floor to ceiling kitchen renovation.

 

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That sounds like a lot of money!

But when you remember what it used to look like…

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And compare it to what it looks like now…

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I think it was DEFINITELY worth the money, don’t you?

 

Let’s be honest.  If we had hired out all of this work, from floor to ceiling, it would have cost us about $11-12,000!

However, we did 100% of the labor ourselves, so this renovation was a third of what it would have cost us otherwise.

That’s pretty darn good.

 

 

So here is the (approximate) breakdown of what it cost: 

(click on the pictures to see the post about each project)

375 square feet of Southern Yellow Pine (Lumber Liquidators)

(3/4 inch by 5 inch) – $1.25 sq foot = $465

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Flooring supplies (oil-based stain, semi-gloss polyurethane,

wood conditioner, floor sander rental, sand paper) : $200

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Baseboard and Crown Molding: $175

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Paint for cabinets and walls: $120

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Cabinet hardware (Lowe’s): $50

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Wood plank ceiling (Lowe’s):  $240

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Pantry doors (Lowe’s): $300

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Recessed lighting:  $40

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White Subway Tile (plus adhesive and un-sanded, pre-mixed grout) from Lowe’s: $175

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Open Shelving (3/4 inch MDF cut at Lowe’s) and Corbels (Home Depot) and Trim: $240

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IKEA butcher block countertops (stain and poly):  $525

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Farmhouse Sink (Signature Hardware) $600

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Faucet (Home Depot):  $100

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Supplies for making extra lower cabinet:  $40 

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And that’s it!

I’m sure there were a few more miscellaneous expenses that I forgot about.

Like maybe the 128 times we went out to eat because I had no kitchen in which to cook.

Or a table to eat on…

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Oh, those were the good ole days!

 

But we made it through! 

And I’m so glad we did!

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(I promise this is my LAST kitchen renovation post for a while!)

 

Now it’s time to get (back) started on our addition!

So, do you think all of our hard work was worth the $8-9,000 savings?

Did you think our renovation would have cost more or less than what we spent?

(Please say more, please say more, please say more…)


 


A Light for my Kitchen Sink

January 5, 2012 AT 9:12 pm 57 Comments

 

I cannot write this post without first thanking you for the over 200 amazing comments on yesterday’s post.

I read every single one!  I read them to my husband.  I forwarded some to my sister.  My dad and I were talking about them today.  (He read every single one too.)  Honestly, if you need encouragement, you  may want to go read them too.  They were amazing!

Your comments were heart-felt, loving, humbling, praise worthy, gracious, kind, heart-breaking, joyous, compassionate, empathetic, encouraging, and I could go on and on.

I cried as I read the comments too.

I wish I could write every single one of you back.  I really, sincerely do.   But I just don’t know if time will allow it.   Please know that if I could, I would hug each of you.  I would invite you to meet me at Panera, and we would talk for hours over soup and salad about life and blogs and everything in between!  Wouldn’t that be the best thing ever?!

That post was hard for me to write.  I cried as I wrote it.  And it took me almost two hours to write.

But I am so glad I did.

God is using YOU and this blog to continue to grow beauty in my broken places.

I praise HIM!

 

Now let’s talk “kitchen”, want to?  Smile

Many of you asked about the lighting in my kitchen.

Truth be told, there’s not much of it. 

We have installed recess lighting above the shelves, but that is all the light we have in that room right now.

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I do not want to hang lights in the middle of the room or above the table right now, because I am not sure how I want the room to look yet.

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We may be creating a new space for the table, and I may or may not be putting an island in the center of the kitchen.  Until I make those decisions, I do not want to install anymore lighting.

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But I do want a light for above the kitchen sink.  Doesn’t the window look bare without my Christmas wreath?

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I took the wreath down to try and figure out what type of light I want to put there.

 

 

Of course, I could always put in a light above the sink like the one below.  I call those “school house” lights, and they are very characteristic of older homes.  (I like that island too, don’t you?)

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Here are some more “school house” lights…

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I also thought about putting a mini chandelier above the sink to give the kitchen a little “bling.”  Isn’t this one gorgeous?…

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Here is the look of a lantern above the sink.  I like it too!

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These are probably my favorite.  I would only want one over my sink, but oh my goodness!  Aren’t they gorgeous?!  I would love to wash dishes under those beauties!!

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And I love these mercury glass pendant lights!  I found this picture on a site where it is just a list of emails talking about a subject, so I couldn’t find a source.  Someone called this pendant light an Argento pendant light.  I googled it, and these babies are hundreds of dollars!

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But I think it would look AMAZING over my kitchen sink!!  I’m wondering if I could find a cheaper version somewhere else?

 

This last picture is just a glass pendant light.  It is simple and beautiful, so maybe I should go with something like this?

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Decisions, decisions!

What type of light do you think

I should put above my kitchen sink?

(Inspiration pictures in the comments are welcome!) 

Smile


 





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