Kitchen Remodel

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  1. twotonevert

    twotonevert Member of P.E.A. Moderator Donating Member Registered

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    Well, we have been in our house for a couple of years now, and the formica countertops have lead their life. It was pulling up and the area around the sink was getting soft. So we ripped out the tops and installed granite, and that means we also had to redo the back splash. What do you think? I will put the finishing touches on the grout tonight and it will be done.

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  2. sportcustoms71

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    looks good man:thumbsup: in the process of doing mine too
     
  3. twotonevert

    twotonevert Member of P.E.A. Moderator Donating Member Registered

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    Pics bro! ::4
     
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    soon as i get home, i know::51 lol
     
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    I'm lovin it! Nice job, I think it looks much better ::4
     
  6. twotonevert

    twotonevert Member of P.E.A. Moderator Donating Member Registered

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    Thanks Johnny.
     
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    Looks great! Thank goodness the house we just moved into had recently upgraded the kitchen with granite and all the goodies. It is much nicer than the top we had in our other house. You will enjoy it for years to come.
     
  8. Blanca BusaLess

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    Looks great but now the cabinets look old and don't match.
    'we need to replace them' :whistle:
     
  9. BlondeOnaBusa

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    I think it looks fantastic!!! :thumbsup:
     
  10. Blanca BusaLess

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    Nope nope nope. The cabinets are too dark, don't really match and 'we need to replace them or refinish them with a lighter color?'
    'Hun what do you think?'


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    Its coming......:)
     
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    Looks good :thumbsup:
     
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    Looks very nice.
     
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    Very nice. :thumbsup:
     
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    Very nice James, Did you install the Granite yourself or just the backsplash? I rent my house but the home owner gave me a $1000 allowance to freshen up the kitchen which hadn’t been touched since the 70’s. There wasn’t enough to go solid surface counter tops so I tiled the floor, the counter tops, the back splash, painted the cabinets white, a new white sink, and a bronze faucet. I also painted all of the cabinet hardware bronze. I’m not a fan of tile counter tops but it was the only thing I could do and stay with in my budget and anything was better than the fake wood grain Formica tops that were pealing all over the place. I didn’t take any before shots but here’s what she looks like now, I did all the work myself.

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  15. fast08busa

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    Looks good man, use to remodel kitchens for a living, that is really good work, but blanca is right, it is coming.
     
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    Great Job James!:thumbsup: Really like the granite! More than likely this is the next upgrade for our kitchen. Looks Good!::4
     
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    Looks really good.. Did you do most/all of the work yourself?
     
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    Looks great! I see the stovetop, but where's the oven?? :laugh:
     
  19. NINJA KILLER

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    ::6::6 Great Job James
     
  20. twotonevert

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    The oven is built in to the left of the range top.
     

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