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renee9936
renee9936 added this to renee9936's ideas4 June 2019

very cool blinds with black stripe down sides

amend44
amend44 added this to amend44's ideas4 February 2018

Example TimelineHere’s an example of a reasonable timeline for a complete renovation of an average American kitchen (about 160 square feet).Design phase: One month. Inquiring about and acquiring any relevant permits and building code knowledge while researching design styles and inspiration photos. Two months. Shopping for cabinets, cabinet handles, countertops, backsplash tile, flooring, sink, faucet, lighting, bar stools and more. Decisively choosing paint colors and finishes, window treatments, and details such as outlet placement or switch plate styles.Construction phase:One month. Delivery of locally stocked materials to occur during demolition of existing kitchen, meaning construction can begin ASAP. Two months. Buffer time. It’s always better to be safe than sorry. This will account for project snags — for example, if a base cabinet arrives damaged, meaning that the counter, sink and backsplash can’t be installed until the cabinetry supplier redelivers, and the counter manufacturer is busy and needs four weeks to cut and deliver the counter.Total:A planned timeline of six months (but actually finished in just five, phew!).

carlinvarnado
carlinvarnado added this to New House Kitchen3 January 2018

Example TimelineHere’s an example of a reasonable timeline for a complete renovation of an average American kitchen (about 160 square feet).Design phase: One month. Inquiring about and acquiring any relevant permits and building code knowledge while researching design styles and inspiration photos. Two months. Shopping for cabinets, cabinet handles, countertops, backsplash tile, flooring, sink, faucet, lighting, bar stools and more. Decisively choosing paint colors and finishes, window treatments, and details such as outlet placement or switch plate styles.Construction phase:One month. Delivery of locally stocked materials to occur during demolition of existing kitchen, meaning construction can begin ASAP. Two months. Buffer time. It’s always better to be safe than sorry. This will account for project snags — for example, if a base cabinet arrives damaged, meaning that the counter, sink and backsplash can’t be installed until the cabinetry supplier redelivers, and the counter manufacturer is busy and needs four weeks to cut and deliver the counter.Total:A planned timeline of six months (but actually finished in just five, phew!).

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