Prairie Village Kitchen Remodel – Week-By-Week – Week 3

This is week 3 of an ongoing kitchen remodel in Prairie Village, KS – Check out what happened in week 1 and week 2 here.

Week 3

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Subcontractors work hard to install brand new drywall throughout the kitchen.

What a difference some new sheetrock can make! This week, the project began to really take form as we finished hanging and patching drywall, replaced trim and crown molding, and even began installation of the mantle and shelves around the fireplace. If that weren’t enough, the new cabinets were also delivered this week, and the new hardwood floors were completed.

But let’s start from the beginning. This week Sam began with work on the crown molding and shelving around the fireplace while new drywall was installed.

Next, portions of the subfloor were repaired in preparation for the new hardwood floors.

Kitchen subfloor is exposed next to existing hardwood underneath the removed fireplace

New hardwood floors were installed to complete the new space with the existing hardwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then, the beautiful hardwood floors were installed. We worked to “Blend” the new hardwood into the existing hardwood. Once the new wood is stained and finished, no one will be able to tell the difference! This technique was exciting for the homeowners who wanted to keep as much of the existing hardwood as possible.

Kitchen Island Prior to Installation

Then, at the end of the week, the cabinets were all delivered.

Over the weekend, Sam will begin cabinet installation and will work toward completion next week.

Overall, this was a really exciting week! The remodel is really beginning to take shape and the vision of the new kitchen is closer to becoming reality.

Until next time!

This is part of an ongoing remodeling project administrated by Megan Bringman, Design Consultant 

Megan holds an Interior Design degree from Kansas State University and has several years of experience working in the Kitchen/Bath Remodeling Industry. She is a member of the NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association) and is a Certified Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) Megan enjoys community involvement and does volunteer work with the Kansas City Affiliate for Susan G Komen for the Cure and Habitat Restore.

 

 

 


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