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My New Kitchen

About a year ago, I bought the condo that I had been renting. As soon as my signature was dry, I lifted the carpets that were 14 yrs old and put in hardwood floors.

A year later, I knew that the 14 yr old kitchen had to be gutted. This meant:

-new counters, new sink/faucet, new appliances, new cabinets, and a backsplash.

See what I mean? This kitchen HAD to go.

kitchen - old

I then packed up 26 boxes of STUFF. (specifically serving dishes and small appliances). These boxes overtook my bedroom and it wasn’t pretty but I knew it would be worth it.

The renovations started on Feb 10th when I went away on vacation. When I returned, I realized I would be making meals out of my bathroom for the next 4 weeks. It wasn’t a fun period. Trust me.

I selected all the appliances from Sears and I can’t say enough about their service. They got my business as they were the only store that answered my call. (I’m a huge fan of customer service).

My kitchen is now complete and I’m beyond happy with the new look. What a huge difference!

kitchen - final

Of course my new kitchen needed a new appliance!! See that coffee machine in the corner of the photo? I’m now the proud owner of a Breville Barista Express¬†Espresso. Stay tuned for a blog post K? In the meantime, please click on this link so you learn more about The Breville Cafe Quality campaign and their commitment to ensuring we all have a good cup of quality coffee in the morning!

Here’s to my renovations that are now complete and celebrating with an excellent cup of coffee!

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5 Responses to “My New Kitchen”

  1. susan
    May 2nd, 2016 at 21:04 | #1

    Wow! It looks amazing!! Enjoy your new kitchen. What a difference!

  2. May 4th, 2016 at 11:20 | #2

    Your new kitchen looks beautiful!!!

    • admin
      June 8th, 2016 at 22:11 | #3

      Thank you. I’m really enjoying it. ..so much more functional than before.

  3. August 24th, 2016 at 18:59 | #4

    Looks great and you probablysaved some money by keeping the appliances where they were before. Like how you used the cabinet pulls to visually heighten and widen the room.

    • admin
      November 9th, 2016 at 23:20 | #5

      Thank you for your comments. I’m still loving my new kitchen!

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