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Cedar kitchen designed for family time



 

Cedar kitchen designed for family time

Cedar kitchen designed for family time
News from U-T San Diego:

By Tatiana Machado-Rosas, Special to the U-T2 p.m.Nov. 21, 2014

A focal point in the remodeled kitchen is a large island of gray-stained cherry wood with a concrete countertop.

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and families are getting ready to cook holiday favorites and turn their homes into aroma-filled spaces for dining and entertaining.

With four children and a large extended family to entertain, our clients wanted to remodel their kitchen to improve its space and functionality while retaining the cabinlike feeling of the 1972-era San Diego home.

The kitchen has a 48-inch Wolf stove with two ovens and six burners. Jackson Design and Remodeling

The kitchen has a 48-inch Wolf stove with two ovens and six burners.

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Related News:

Remodeling costs are wildly variable; Houzz crowdsources some estimates
News from OregonLive.com:

It’s easier to estimate the cost of new construction than a remodel because it has fewer unknowns.

With a new house, you won’t uncover concealed dry rot, twisted framing or a colony of yellow jackets, buzzing behind the lath. In a remodel, you just might.

That said, the home improvement site Houzz has compiled data from its community of users around the country to arrive at average costs for various remodels.

Houzz says, for example, the average cost to remodel a kitchen in Portland runs about $ 35,275. In Little Rock, Ark., it’s $ 13,913.

For a whole house remodel in Portland, Houzz says the average runs about $ 221,999 — a figure that still can buy an attractive house in this market.

As it happens, $ 221,999 is a little more than Eric and Gretta Marchek paid for a full remodel of their Multnomah Village home, described in Friday’s Oregonian: Portlanders like the Marcheks find payoffs in their own houses

The Marcheks qualified for a rehabilitation loan, because they had built up some equity in their house and had improve…………… continues on OregonLive.com

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