Wednesday, July 9, 2014

My Childhood Home: The Kitchen

Kitchen Dinette Before


Kitchen Dinette After

Remake of 1930s and 1970s Cabinets 

1929 Roper Gas Stove

Blackboard and Shelf as Backdrop











Removal of Desk and Shelf, 

Hutch Made From 1930s Original 

Kitchen Cabinet Pieces

The Process

More Pictures

 (light fixture made from scraped remains of Ivy vines from other house)







How the Metal Edge of Counter Was Achieved


(wood edge is the top of Wasatch Ward Church Bench)









Tape Measure, Numbers and Lines Removed





















Layers of Floor and Obnoxious Adhesive Removed

Sanded Down to Sub-Floor

(pillow made by Julie Schuler

(knothole soap dispenser)

The Messy Process


More to Follow as I Finish Other Rooms

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Uncovering and Redoing The Past

The original chair was the yellow plastic Early American design, purchased 30+ years ago for $5 at a thrift store. The first recover was the brown print, then the blue quilted material. It has been enjoyed by daughter, Mary Ann, Cats: Sydney, Lovey, Simon, Stewart and Bob, 6 grandchildren, and granddog, Lola. This is the youngest granddaughter relaxing in the latest renovation to jade corduroy this Christmas.