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Gutting kitchen and so many decisions I need help here as a newbi

Posted by wakefield52 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 2, 14 at 21:23

We are adding a first floor bedroom, huge closet, and bathroom onto our home. In addition we will be "gutting" the powder room on the first floor and "gutting" the kitchen and pushing out part of the kitchen to make a circular 8 foot addition with 5 5 foot windows. Right now we are trying to decide on the cabinets for the kitchen and the appliances. We are going with white MDF because I understand they will not "crack" because they are one molded piece. We were going with Plain and Fancy but now understand Omega Embasy has the same thing and that it is $4000 less than the Plain and Fancy. Please help with suggestions as we have to order them shortly if we go with the Plain and Fancy which is a 12 order time. Omega is 6 weeks. I am brand new to the forum . Can't find out the differences between the 2 companies and lines of cabinets. Thanks in advance for any and all help

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RE: Gutting kitchen and so many decisions I need help here as a n

This is not the question you are asking, but are you saying that the addition has a Diameter of 8 feet? Or a standard ceiling height of 8 feet with 5-ft tall windows?

An 8 foot diameter floorspace in in kitchen is not large enough for a dining area unless it has built in seating around it with a table in the center--and this isn't too convenient for seating because people have to get up to let others leave the table.

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