In March 2017 we completely gutted the 1959 ranch home that I grew up in, giving it an open concept and replacing the walls, floors, windows & plumbing.
Open concept kitchen
The original entryway into the house led into the livingroom and kitchen. The entry way was a very tight area and trying to get anything new into the house was always a challenge.
The original dining room windows were converted to a new entryway. Custom doors by The Door Store in Louisville, KY
Master Bedroom & Bath
The original house had three small bedrooms. One wall was taken out between two of the bedrooms to make a master bedroom/bath/laundry room combo.
New Master Bedroom connected to a master bath & laundry room.
Thomasville (Studio 1904) Cabinets from the Home Depot
Vigo Apron Sink (Home Depot)
Samsung 5-Burner Cooktop in Black Stainless (Home Depot)
30" Samsung Electric Wall Oven in Black Stainless (Home Depot)
LG Dishwasher in Black Stainless (Home Depot)
Butcherblock countertops from Menards were cut to fit the area and stained in Minwax Dark Walnut.
Several coats of Waterlox (We used the Original verson) was applied for food safety.
McDonald Marble & Stone in New Albany, Indiana sent us to Louisville where we hand-picked our quartz island top. It was then cut to size and delivered.
Carpetsplus in Sellersburg, Indiana installed Shaw wood flooring (Pebble Hill Hickory - Warm Sunset)
For more completed renovation photos, see the next article.