Remodel update by Jeanne CelestePosted on October 28, 2012August 4, 2013 The word pond went dry while I was remodeling. But I have pictures! This was before… And this was during… Oh, my precious salvaged trim… measure twice…dang! The solution. Plan B for salvaged trim And the final results (well, almost final) middle cabinet made from old shelving detail on the right cabinet completed fir cabinet (recycled from a friend’s kitchen remodel) trim detail of fir cabinet mug shelf made from a vintage level and old spool Share this:ShareFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
It is so perfect…clever details. Aren’t you so proud of yourself!!!! You are amazing!!!!!
Thanks for your enthusiasm!! I’m very happy with the results. Makes all the head-scratching-hair-tearing worthwhile!
I love this!
Thanks Kelly! It took a long time but was worth the effort. Now I smile every time I grab a plate.
Lovely, Celeste, and so rich with creativity. I love your use of the old spool, level, and tape measure.
Thank you Judy. It was fun how things evolved as I went along. My basic idea stayed the same, but oh! the details…that’s where the fun was.
Plan B is way more interesting than Plan A. Bravo.
Thanks Jon! And you know how I agonized on the details. I appreciate your support and enthusiasm for my projects.
Charming, creative, pride. Just a few drops for your word pond. Great job!
Thanks Denise, for helping me fill my word pond!! And such nice words…
all I can say is…. WOWZA! can you come build ME a mug shelf made from an old level??? Pretty PLEASE?? your creativity has always amazed me and THIS is no different, LOVELYLOVELYLOVELY!
Oh my! You make my heart feel all fuzzy inside. Thanks for your enthusiastic appreciation. That level was definitely a score! I knew the minute I got it home that I wanted to use it in the kitchen, just wasn’t sure how. My solution preserves the level (no screw holes) and lets me appreciate it every day. Can’t wait to see what you have added to your sweet place…
I Love what you’ve done Jeanne! You have such an artist’s eye. Plus it just fun.
Thank you Kathryn. I had pulled a picture from a magazine years ago with an eclectic grouping of cabinets and I had a great time pulling the pieces together. That gorgeous oak cabinet (with the Dutch couple) had been sitting up in one of the out buildings and it was falling apart. Sprucing it up and giving it new life was quite satisfying as was using the old shelving to build the new cabinet. It all fits with my “theme” Funky Farmhouse”!