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This is all looking wonderful! What a relief it will be to be in your bright new kitchen. We have lived in homes that were previously inhabited by ambitious "do-it-yourself-ers", it is amazing the kinds of things you will find. I think that the countertop you photographed is the same (or very similar) to the one I have in my home. I love it! It looks great and (most importantly) hides dirt very well!

This might be the fastest kitchen renovation ever! And it looks super, nice and clean and light.

It looks like a lovely neat job. We all need a Kenny - ours was called Angelo. Careful meticulous tradesman who look on problems as puzzles to be solved, not as dramaz or things to be avoided.

I think that getting all the old renos sorted out and cleaned up as the job progressed was one of the best things about getting our kitchen done. It all just feels so much more cosy and homely and, well, integrated, somehow.

Thank you for indulging my unnatural obsession with other people's renovations! Everything looks fabulous!

I have a blue kitchen with glass tile backsplash and I love it! LOVE IT! The glass tile we found was very affordable and comes in a bazillion colors. Oh, I remembered the company: http://www.hirschglasscorp.com/

Blue is a difficult color to come by, based on our shopping experiences last year. Blue plus green was really difficult. We found it with Hirsch tile, though.

Good to know about kitchen remodeling. A good transformation in the end. Thanks for sharing your expedition about remodeling of home.

Looks like you’re headed for some major kitchen reno, but that’s alright. Once you see the end results, you’ll realize that all your hard work is worth it. And good decision on the use of wood materials. The maple and bamboo definitely gives your kitchen a country/barn feel. But be sure to give the materials some protection to prevent it from moisture and termite infestation.

The kitchen deserves this. As a plain housewife, I would want that my kitchen also must be as clean and presentable as it can be because the health of my family depends in here.

Insulation is good for winter seasons and may prevent kitchen from being damaged. A great thing would be done soon for you housewife.

The idea shown above is just so excellent! I am planning to build my own house as a gift for my fiancee, this gives me a lot of idea in the very first place.

Hambleton Construction has the experience of remodeling many kitchens so you can be assured that all aspects of your remodel will be looked over carefully and a complete price will be given to install your new kitchen. Our smoothly run scheduling allows us to finish your kitchen quickly so you are not unconvinced for very long.

Nice work, it's coming along, can't wait to see the progress by Day 14.

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