Finished Kitchen: FINALLY!!! (lots of pictures)
First, I have to thank GW for the wonderful advice, encouragement and guidance you gave me during my year-long journey. It was exactly 12 months ago that I thankfully first discovered this site and was saved from my own naivete.
A little background about my house and the renovation project. I have lived 11 years in a 1906 rowhouse in Washington, DC. I did some minor cosmetic renovations when I first moved in but recently decided to convert the basement into an apartment. That started a massive renovation project that included the basement, kitchen, adding a bathroom to the master bedroom, adding A/C, etc. It was very rocky in the beginning, but slowly the dust and debris stopped bothering me and I learned how to interact with my contractor. So, fast forward 12 months and I have a house that I absolutely love!
Here are the details. I copied a2gemini's detailed list of kitchen finishes.
Cabinets: Ikea cabinet boxes
Doors: Scherr Cherry Wood Shaker w/ Edge Profile - A and Cinnamon Cherry Stain
Floor Tile: Bianco Winter Matte 12x24
Pulls: Amerock Essentialz Satin Nickel 3 and 5 inch and 160mm arch pulls
Countertop: Colonial Cream
Sink: Kraus 32 inch stainless steel
Backsplash: Sand Glass Clear Mosaic Tile 1x6 - Mosaic Tile Brand
Paint - SW Loggia
Faucet: Delta 9159-AR-DST in Arctic Stainless
Soap Dispenser: LDR 551 P1200SS
Range: GE Profile
OTR Microwave: GE Profile
W/D: LG TurboWash
Pendant lights: Inhabit Living Reclaimed Bottle Light
Here are before and after pictures. My contractor did a fabulous job of making the most out of the limited space I have.
Hidden Broom closet and pull out pantry:
Combined 2 utensil drawers in order to save money on Scherr drawer fronts:
Converted an Ikea deep drawer into a trash pullout:
Lazy Susan and Spice Drawer (will label spices next year):
Here are pictures of the rest of the first floor which has also been remodeled:
Thank you everyone for your help. I'm picking up my parents, sister and brother-in-law from the airport today and can't wait to enjoy my new kitchen with my family.