The Plan Install dishwasher. Install garbage disposal. Replace and extend counter for a breakfast bar. Install new sink and faucet. Add wainscoting and trim to the outside of the island. Paint. Our home did not have a dishwasher or a garbage disposal. I had come to accept I would never have either. While starting our
Why Formica? First, inexpensive. Second, easy to install. Third, looks great!
Taking down the original lights opened up the kitchen and the new lights look great!
We are down to the wire now! The great reveal coming January 2016!
Yes a few of us still have Formica counter tops!
I am really excited to share with you about our kitchen improvements! It was just last year when we finished. We lived with an old dingy stove and light blue counter tops for a while. The stove had to be the original stove that came with the home, the burners were going out and oven temperature
We are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel!
Our mobile home walls had those ugly thin strips that cover the seams between the wall panels and were popping loose. There are many options on how to cover the seams, but our time and budget was limited! We did something unconventional, instead we emphasize the seams. Dale used 3/4 BC plywood and ripped it
After reviewing our options we chose Vinyl Tiles, they have held up very well!
Take a peek! Dressing room update!