I thought I would provide an informative blog showing the stages of a kitchen makeover.
The following set of pictures is an example of the progression from the initial dated kitchen to the final; finished product. The time frames were fairly accurate and representative of a typical kitchen renovation of this size. This timeline will vary depending on the scope of the renovation and its complexity.
Wow this is a dated kitchen.
Day1: Tear out begins
The tear out is almost complete
OK. How does this come apart?
Looks like there is some drywall work to be done.
New cabinets are pretty much all in. Wiring for under cabinets lights in progress.
Motion activated lights inside pantry.
The custom wood range hood with an externally vented fan unit installed inside.
Microwave oven unit installed.
Cooktop temporarily installed while we wait for the Cambria quartz counter tops.
Looks like all the cabinets are in. Temporary sink hook up. This is now a functional kitchen.
The computer for Solid surface templating gets set up.
The layout is starting to show up.
The digital templating machine is setup to do the countertop layout. The screen shows the finished layout. This program will now be imported into the cnc machine to process the countertops.
Day35: During the approx 2 week waiting period for the quartz countertops to show up and get installed, all the doors, drawer fronts, finished end gables, handles, crown and most finishing touches were done.
Finished. Wow what a difference. The customer was extremely pleased with the final outcome.
All doors are a raised panel maple, coffee bean color with a licorice glaze.
Showing arched Valance
Pantry with wall oven-micro
Range hood and cooktop