Showing posts with label #KitchenReno. Show all posts
Showing posts with label #KitchenReno. Show all posts

Monday, February 16, 2015

Completion of Our #KitchenReno and Painting with Para Paints

I am glad we completed our mostly DIY #KitchenReno project. We fixed the vent, tiled the floor, transformed the cabinets with Rust-Oleum, organized the drawers in the kitchen with Rev-A-Shelf, installed the Delta Touch2O Technology Faucet, and chose quartz for the countertops. I chose the coin silver grey from Para paints for the kitchen wall, and two different shades of white for the ceiling and trims.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Touch2O Technology in Our Kitchen

We trust Delta products and love the ease of installing their accessories, hand shower, and the Touch2O Technology faucet. Our experience with the fabulous Touch2O Technology in our bathroom geared us towards the same type of luxury in the kitchen when we were planning on our #KitchenReno. Once you get used to the features of the Touch2O Technology, I am sure you too will not be able to think of any other type of faucet.

Friday, February 6, 2015

Using Rev-A-Shelf In Our Kitchen

rev-a-shelf pull out basket
We started our #KitchenReno during the holidays, and so far the tiles are placed, the vent is fixed, the cupboards are transformed. We are working on painting, replacing the countertops and the faucet. Since things can be put away with all the major jobs done, I can organize the cupboards. I used Rev-A-Shelf cut-to-size insert wooden organizers to keep my cutlery, knife and utensils organized. These products are available in Home Hardware stores such as Lowes. 

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Our Cabinet Transformation Using Rust-Oleum

kitchen renovation
After transforming the cabinets with Rust-Oleum
We have used Rust-Oleum about three years ago to transform our front porch, and love the results. Due to our trust in their products my husband and I undertook a DIY project during the holidays using the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformation kit. Using this kit to transform the kitchen cupboards to our preferred colour is less costly compared to changing the entire cupboards or doing messy demolitions.