Part No. 1 | Demo Day
We are in the middle of a huge kitchen refresh, my dreams of a beautiful tuxedo kitchen are coming true, one step at a time. I have to admit, I didn’t really understand how much work goes into some of these renovation projects that we under take. My learning curve has been huge and sometimes I make mistakes that have cost me a lot of time. (like having to repaint my kitchen cabinets…+which I will post all about in a future post, I promise). My mistakes are your blessings. I share our steps in kitchen reno, so that you can rock your reno, without wasting any time.
This weekend we began taking down a wall in the kitchen… I say we, but I didn’t do much. Our amazing friend Scott & my hubs did all of the demo work; I just took the pictures. Keep scrolling down and check out the demo.
Ya’ll I wanted to knock down this wall, since the second I walked into this house. I felt like this wall obstructed the view to the back of the house and really divided the kitchen, entry and living room areas…and…it’s finally coming down.
They began removing all of the sheetrock from the wall. There is so much dust inside my house at the moment. A film of white dust is covering everything-like freshly fallen snow on the ground.
Tip: +Next time we do anything like this, I will really push for plastic sheets taped to the ceiling; to help contain some of the dust. The dust is in every surface of the kitchen and the living room. Taking out an extra 30 minutes & invest in the plastic sheets, will save you hours of cleaning and dusting once the demo is finished. Scroll to the end to see affiliate links with some pre-demo prep items that you MUST get. Before you get started. I highly recommend it.
I wanted to knock down this wall, since the second I walked into this house. I felt like this wall obstructed the view to the back of the house and really divided the kitchen, entry and living room areas…and…it’s finally coming down.
Originally, I was going to square off this corner and place my microwave there, hidden. Those plants quickly changed.
Taking down the sheetrock alone was such a huge change, I could already tell that it was a good decision. That this was going to open up the space in my home.
They brought down the wall!!!