Green Kitchen Addition

Episode NWS-1406

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The remedy for Martha and Rhonda's small 1970s kitchen is a major remodel that involves knocking out a wall and expanding the space. And from clay plaster on the walls to concrete countertops, they want everything in the new space to be green. Including solar power, surprising linoleum floors, and challenging color decisions, this environmentally friendly remodel won't be easy, but it will be worth it.

See photos from this, and other, New Spaces transformations.

Resources

    • LaCroix Construction
      Website: www.constructionlacroix.com

      architect/designer — daj design
      Website: www.dajdesign.com

      solar panels — Namaste Solar Electric
      Website: www.namastesolar.com

      concrete counters — Fiddlehead Designs
      Website: www.fiddleheadconcrete.com

      American Clay plaster — Earth Clay Works
      Website: www.earthclayworks.com

      Armstrong Marmorette linoleum flooring — Armstrong
      Website: www.armstrong.com

      blown-in cellulose insulation — RG Insulation
      Website: www.rginsulation.com