Kitchen Catastrophe

A rundown '60s kitchen is transformed into a beautiful transitional space with stainless appliances and granite countertops.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis updated kitchen is stylish and functional.
The new kitchen features traditional crown molding, cherry cabinets and natural stone countertops in an earth-toned granite. A 4-inch granite backsplash replaces the old blue tile and the mismatched appliances make way for a stainless refrigerator, stove and dishwasher. After the wall comes down, the whole space is lighter. Jeff, Mark and Dan add a new French door and windows, which open up the kitchen and dining room to the back yard. To add even more light, Sam and Dan go with under cabinet lighting, recessed lighting and pendant lighting. Monochromatic field tiles in a variety of sizes give the floor a rustic, Tuscan feel.

In addition to the kitchen, the Spice Up My Kitchen crew finishes out the dining room in coordinating colors. The carpet gives way for the original wood floors, which are graced with a beautiful area rug. A baker's rack and a painted table with matching chairs pull everything together, making these two rooms into one functional space.

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