Who would’ve thought I would be DIY’ing two kitchen remodels in lower than three years? I must admit, this one was quite a bit simpler than the big kitchen!
Additionally, you’re completely proper on the dishwasher toe kick. How often have you had to pull out the dishwasher to restore? Except it’s once a month removing the toe kick to repair could be well worth the design enchancment of getting it there. How about making the toekick there a stand alone piece? Regular toe kick with small items of flat moulding on either side to cover the seam? Sure, the moulding wouldn’t be as seamless as one enormous piece…however I believe it will visually blend and nonetheless give your DH the option of only removing a small piece is repairs are needed.
The challenges of this kitchen by itself architecturally and my own limits (time-frame and no flattening partitions) meant I needed to hold the same footprint. The home is on a slab and the roof is flat – which implies electrical actually needs to undergo partitions. We did the work to California code which meant some upgrades but not as many as a result of we stored the footprint. The rest would have opened a huge can of worms in time, labor and expense.
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It is a great overview of marble. I pesonally just bought new honed Turquish carrara marble (three months ago) and so they look amazing, significantly better than the regular carrara that I might see more for a loo than a kitchen. With a proper impregnator they do not stain and they are much cheaper than the Calacatta which I like but I may have by no means afforded in Canada. We pay much more for everything.