Monday, August 21, 2017

Kitchen 2017

Eleven weeks ago, my kitchen renovation began with some demolition as eighteen-year-old cabinets found a new home, and dead appliances were hauled away. You may remember this:



Now, there is:

   

22 comments:

Live and Learn said...

Looking really good. What's left to do? Anything?

e said...

Just a couple little odds and ends. I'm making tea and today cooked breakfast!

37paddington said...

Bravo! You did it! It looks great!

Elephant's Child said...

Woo Hoo. How wonderful for you and Jacob. I bet that first cup of tea tasted wonderful.

jenny_o said...

Oh. My. It is GORGEOUS! It must be wonderful to be able to cook again, especially in such surroundings - enjoy :)

Martha said...

Wow! Your kitchen looks terrific. So modern and sleek. My kind of style :) I bet you're very happy to have a kitchen again!

e said...

Thank you!

e said...

It certainly did!

e said...

Yes, indeed, and I am so glad it turned out well!

tut-tut said...

Looks terrific, e

alphabet soup said...

That looks very nice, it looks as though it is well planned and I like the floor tiles.
Does Jacob approve?

Ms Soup

e said...

Oh, yes! Thanks for the compliment, Martha.

e said...

Thanks! It's a bit roomier, too.

e said...

Oh, yes, he does...Found him checking out the countertops at midnight! It was very small space which posed some challenges but overall, I think I did the best I could. Getting in and out is easier as is getting to the sink and counter.

Secret Agent Woman said...

Yay! That looks great. I love the counter tops.

LL Cool Joe said...

It all looks great. Nothing beats a new kitchen. Not that I've had one for awhile. Enjoy!

A Super Dilettante said...

My dear E,

I hope you and your feline friend are coping with all the renovation works inside the house. Your new shining kitchen looks very smart and modern. I think the combination of white and black will always look classy. It is a messy and stressful period when one is renovating and living in the same environment during the process. But they say you can't make an omelette without breaking an egg. So, keep on persevering.

Thinking of you, ASD

Jenny Woolf said...

Looking good!

e said...

Thanks. I used granite tile rather than slab, more economical and so far, easy to clean!

e said...

Thank you, I plan to. Hope you and family are well.

e said...

Thanks for your lovely thoughts!

e said...

So nice to see you've resumed blogging! Thank you!