Project of the Month - Updated Bungalow

August 02, 2011 at 10:38 AM

This kitchen was part of a major house renovation including a family room and master bath addition. The new kitchen, located roughly in the same position of the original kitchen was expanded in size to accommodate a large island for this growing family of four. The homeowner's goal was to stay true to the home's 1920's bungalow style. This was accomplished by the selection of white shaker style inset cabinetry, along with a mix of soapstone countertops and a stunning piece of white calacutta marble that tops the large island. A wood topped hutch and a small shelf over the window was included to display a collection of antique pottery and helps complete the vintage feel. Professional grade appliances keep the kitchen working hard for this growing family. Here are some great photos showing the amazing result.  








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Posted by Bruce on
Black hu?Well yes you can paint over them ,i suggest a good inorietr oil based primer after sanding the exisisting black paint,2 coats of primer would be best.As far as going back to natural wood ,that would require stripping off all paint and varnish previously applied .A very big job and who knows what kind of wood youd have when u get all materials off.Remember a semi-gloss paint is what youd want to finish with,it shows every defect under it .so take time to prep,sand before appling primer and finish.
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