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That R2D2 of a microwave was from a garage sale feel David bought it for $eight and it functions terrific but appears like it belongs in Sweden or anything. The stove/oven is fuel and functions completely. The fridge is annoyingly compact and slim, and the doorway can’t open over and above ninety levels because the wall is there. This forces us to maintain a reasonably compact quantity of food. Is not it actually energy inefficient to have anything that generates warmth next to anything that generates chilly? I really don’t know…

Posted by allisonyochim on 2009-ten-sixteen 21:57:01


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Dawes Kitchen area

Dawes Kitchen

This kitchen had good “bones!” The area was there, it just needed some rearranging. Relocating a doorway from the remaining to the right side of the wall designed all the big difference. The stove was relocated to an outdoors wall and to improve the use of area a microwave/hood was made use of for ventilation. The sink remained centered to the home windows and a dishwasher could now be integrated into the style. The kitchen received 9 feet of un-interrupted counter leading area and the use of a utility cabinet up coming to the fridge not only delivered a incredible amount of storage but provided a tailor made developed-in look. A pass-by was designed previously mentioned the lengthy countertop to supply a ornamental and purposeful element to the home. The ground was tiled and the walls had been textured and painted. The imaginative use of paint, an arched pattern, in the “nook” gave the area an open up feel.

Posted by renovations_by_style on 2007-09-14 20:36:14

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