My son bought his first home and it’s a fixer upper
Time: 6 Days Cost: $1500 Difficulty: Medium
The brick cottage fixer upper
This is the home he purchased and each room was transformed. In the kitchen we tore out the bottom cabinets and removed the flooring
the refrigerator was in an awkward place next to the stove with no work station.
cleaned the house out and removed all the appliances except the refrigerator because it still worked.
The house needed to be jacked up in this area. Hired professionals to do the work and add additional support beams
Painted the kitchen and ripped out the bottom cabinetry because of the missing drawers.
Removed the cabinet from this area and relocated on wall adjacent to the other cabinets.
Purchased new cabinets, countertops and flooring from Lowe’s.
This is the new cabinets and flooring. Created a work station to flank the oven.
Installed the peel and stick tile for a backsplash
New kitchen sink and faucet was installed with the countertop
The finished look of the kitchen.
Materials I used for this project:
Formica Countertop (Lowe’s)
Brockton Cabinets (Lowe’s)
Vinyl flooring (Lowe’s)
Peel and stick tile (Lowe’s)
Sink and Faucet (Home Depot)
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