Kitchen Remodel: Part 1 — introduction

We have been thinking about remodeling our kitchen ever since we moved into this house 5 years ago. Over the past year, the planning for this project has gotten much more serious as the kitchen loses vital functions. We plan to keep the basic layout for the kitchen. The stove, sink, and refrigerator are all in good locations. I will rebuild the cabinets with a few modifications but in the same layout. The upper cabinets will come out and be replaced with 2 open shelves.

34 ответов на “Kitchen Remodel: Part 1 — introduction”

  1. It's going to be fun to watch!  Can't wait for Part 2.  Are the two shelves going to be big enough?  Since they are open ascetics will always be an issue.  Hard to make plastic cups, bowls and plates look good on an open shelf.  🙂  I have no doubt you have a plan, but I'm curious.  Thanks for making the videos and sharing. <click>

  2. Looking forward to lots of updates/videos, editing, stop motion, and design should be great as usual. I do hope you are thinking of other materials such as Stone or tile in some areas.

  3. +frank howarth How the heck did you make those cabinets open at 2:40? Was it all done in an effects software or was it mostly stop motion? The video was great by the way! I loved pretty much "all" of it! Nicely Done!

  4. I keep wondering about all these north american kitchens that don't sport a range vent… My uncle who lives in Canada, is kind of a house nomad. He will buy one, fix it up and sell it again. When we visited, they didn't have a vent… but a fire alarm… so while my aunt was cooking, my uncle would stand on a stool with a dish rag and try to keep steam from triggering the alarm…
    Edit: Before anyone complains, I did see that this kitchen has A vent… but that little thing is definitely not comparable to a real range vent. Glad to see that a range vent is planned for the new kitchen.

  5. I adore Frank and love his videos, style and general way of going about things, but man I do not get his idea for this kitchen. I'd do it completely different. But heck, I'm still gonna enjoy seeing Frank create a badly thought out kitchen. So thanks regardless.

  6. I have noticed americans like to put the sink infront of a window before, here (Finland) we always put it against a wall so that we can have the very important drying cabinet (though it also tends to double as storage for misc. items) over the sink area.

    Besides there is only snow and darkness outside half the year so why bother?

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  8. You can make a segmented bowl out of 50 types of wood in some crazy pattern but THAT'S YOUR KITCHEN!? Was. …THAT WAS YOUR KITCHEN!? I guess the builder's home gets done last. Treasure your missus. Mine would round-about kick me in the head if I allowed this much of disrepair. Especially (no offense) in America, where houses are made of (no offense) cardboard. Any water leaks — and it's all rotten. This is part 1. See ya at the bottom of the playlist.

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