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Old 01-24-2016, 10:30 AM   #1
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Finished mobile home kitchen


Re use, restore, and on a tight budget.
Been a bit longer than expected that I can't find my original post. We bought a 1970s manufactured or mobile home. Basic ly redid the kitchen on a tight budget made some mistakes like gfci outlet for the refrigerator is a big no no! Hence the new frigerator.
Counter tops menards stock
Sink $10 at re pursue store
Cabinets used and refinished
Floor tile vinyl, door for pantry - repurposed $10
Frigerator new...ouch!!! No electric for 2 weeks we had to toss the frig and contents out!!! Never put a gfci outlet on a motor.
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We also drywall and added insulation. Total cost about $2000. W new frigerator at $700.
Closed off hallway to make kitchen bigger. Open concept and removed walls. Original picture is in my album.
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Nice job!
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that looks pretty nice

it looks like you like "color". imo, if you painted the walls a beige or some other earth tone, the room would look even better. just say'n
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Great job. I have one to do in Polk City, FL. Are you available? :-)
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It seems all of most of the furnishings are made of wood.Nice wood color and it matches up with the color of the floors.Great house!
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Great work! Impressive.
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