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Old 06-23-2008, 03:39 PM   #1
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I have remodeled kitchen completely.

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Previously it was a closed type of kitchen. The load barring wall was removed (supported by 20 ft long beam 2X12/plywood/2X12 ) and a bar built. I have a problem with the oven – it is sticking out over the bar a little (red arrow), when I will be selling the place I will buy an oven that is flat and on the same level with the rest of the lower cabinets.


Question: I have some cabinets in my garage (same look as those on the picture). Would you put them on the wall in the red circled area? I am especially concerned about the bigger area close to the windows…I kind of like it open and there will be no cabinets at the bottom.

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No need to double post. Check your other thread for replies.
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No need to put a carpet in you kitchen.

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No need to put a carpet in you kitchen.
HUH? When did carpet come up?

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I tend to agree. Don't box yourself in...

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Yes, don't over clutter your kitchen with cabinets especially if you already have enough storage space.


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