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Cute redo - 2-tone cabs, raised uppers to ceilings w/ shelf under

Posted by tracie.erin (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 13, 13 at 14:19

This kitchen came out really well. Also, it provides more inspiration pictures to point to when we recommend rehanging upper cabinets at ceiling height with a shelf running underneath. :)

PS - not mine & no affiliation

Here is a link that might be useful: Domestic Imperfection's Decked Out Kitchen Reveal


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RE: Cute redo - 2-tone cabs, raised uppers to ceilings w/ shelf u

I love it. I think the shiplap is what really makes it.


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RE: Cute redo - 2-tone cabs, raised uppers to ceilings w/ shelf u

It looks fantastic! Well done : )


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RE: Cute redo - 2-tone cabs, raised uppers to ceilings w/ shelf u

Not bad. In my opinion all the white around the passthrough seems a big stark. Perhaps you can do something to break up the big expanse of white above the passthrough. It also seems like it might be difficult to reach into the uppers with them being so high up, but at least you have more storage space than before.


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RE: Cute redo - 2-tone cabs, raised uppers to ceilings w/ shelf u

Fantastic redo! Love it! Can I ask what the cost was for this redo? Were the original cabs oak?


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RE: Cute redo - 2-tone cabs, raised uppers to ceilings w/ shelf u

Thanks for all the nice comments but it's not my kitchen. :) I just thought the forum would enjoy it. It's got some interesting elements to it.

GWlolo, the owner does not seem to disclose the total cost on this blog post (see link in my first post) nor does she mention the wood species. To me they do look unmistakably like oak. Perhaps you can find it if you poke around her blog a bit.


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RE: Cute redo - 2-tone cabs, raised uppers to ceilings w/ shelf u

That's really nice. Thanks for sharing it!


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