The 1905 Victorian Monster Builtinn in my old kitchen

April 3rd, 2011 in member junk     
Treatyoself2tee Treatyoself2tee, member
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The monster built in in my kitchen
Cut out wood panels replaced it with glass painted it all white
All done added bead bord in the back of shelfs
We are now working on one of our 4 bathrooms
The monster built in in my kitchen

The monster built in in my kitchen

Photo: Built in in my kitchen

1905 Built-inn project in my kitchen

Pattern or design used: A Beautiful Combination of Created and Found Objects
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Comments (9)

SnowmanHill writes: Great job, it is a huge piece. Glad you saved it.

dana Posted: 8:25 am on April 6th
junkredeemer writes: What a wonderful restoration project! It's great some times to go funky on a traditional style; but these built ins are so amazing as they were meant to be! I bet it makes your kitchen! Posted: 8:49 pm on April 5th
CottageElements writes: What a great redo. Love this piece and would have been sad to rip it out. You did an amazing job!

Lani Posted: 8:10 am on April 5th
Treatyoself2tee writes: Thanks All
wow its been a fun 5 years now I just love old things and even thought when we were doing the kitchen I THOUGHT MAYBE to RIPP it out there is a bathroom on the other side of the built in and thought it might be great to gutt the bathroom and gain more space but Im so happy its there everybody who walks in just is in awww of it my ceilings are 10 foot so it is huge love haveing all the storage we ran new outlets so I can plug in coffe maker blender microwave and crock pot if I want to its great Posted: 6:07 pm on April 4th
MakinItHappen writes: So pretty! I love white beadboard. Posted: 5:32 pm on April 4th
chippingcharm writes: Wow, great transformation! Laurel Posted: 12:28 pm on April 4th
JunkArchitect writes: Well that just plan turned out fantastic!

Posted: 7:12 am on April 4th
OLDcrowAntiques writes: We often salvage these during remodel jobs & make them freestanding. It's good to see one saved rather than banished to a garage or dumpster. Posted: 3:45 am on April 4th
junkermidge writes: You did a beautiful job! I'd love to have a monster like that in my kitchen!
Midge Posted: 8:16 pm on April 3rd
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