Updating a Kitchen
When the McDaniels purchased this century-old home – they knew that they would have to do some major remodeling. The old '50s style metal cabinets are replaced by contemporary wood, and old appliances swapped for new industrial ones.
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Doug and Kristin McDaniel are fun and energetic first-time homeowners. When they purchased this century-old home – and learned of its mysterious hidden doors - they knew that they would have to do some major remodeling.
First on the list of rooms that need improvement: the kitchen. Its out-of-date cabinetry and flooring and poor layout make for a not-so- functional kitchen. They enlist the help of contractors Mike Duddleston and Scott Kennedy to bring their kitchen up to date.
Granite countertops add durability, and new pine flooring is a welcomed change to the dingy linoleum. As an added bonus, a wall is erected at one end of the kitchen and a space is created for the master suite bathroom.
Find out why one family had a fully functional kitchen hidden inside a large custom-built cupboard.