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Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!
  • Kitchen Makeover!!!

Kitchen Makeover!!!

This was a tough project, nothing like a Kitchen Makeover to push you and your tools to the limit. I literally used every Ryobi tool I own. All of the drills, impact drills, router, reciprocating saw, circular saw, jig saw, band saw, drill press, and bench top sander. The entire project took over a month, the lithium batteries are a must.

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This makeover is beautiful! It's easy to tell you put a lot of effort and skill into this transformation. The cabinets are masterfully designed, especially the unique spice cabinets on the side of the microwave- what a great storage solution. Was this part of a total home makeover?

russepps
russepps

Yes and no, the rest of the house has been updated (over time), and the previous kitchen was somewhat updated as well. New paint, added a pantry cabinet. However, as most people can relate, you try to update one thing, but you need to update something else, etc., etc., Therefore the original plan was to fix some of the broken cabinets and move the dish washer, however you couldn't do one without doing the other and therefore the project became a complete gut to the wall and studs in some areas, the only thing not touched was the floor. The new kitchen was simply too small for a reach in pantry, therefore the spice racks were a great alternative.

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Project Information

Difficulty: Hard
Category: Renovations

Materials Used:

  • 3/4, 1/2, and 1/4 Inch China Burch Plywood. Face Frame and door, Popular and 1/4 MDF. And lots and lots of glue, nails, and screws.


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