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(January 1st — December 31st, 2014)

Clemens Pfeiffer, MBA

Voestapline Stahlwelt

Julian Pecenco

Our Kitchen: After Remodel

Oneonta, NY, USA

October 31, 2014, 21:46 Local Time (Nov 1, 01:46 UTC)

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The kitchen in our 1928 bungalow had seen much better days, and we remodeled it during the current WWP timeline. (The "Before" version was my submission for the previous theme, Ruins.) Everything was removed down to the studs, and we rebuilt from there, replacing old wood paneling and acoustic tile with drywall. In trying to keep with the period and style of the house, we used real linoleum for the flooring and selected period-appropriate fixtures and colors where possible while still creating a kitchen that met our needs. (We also re-did the dining room, which can be seen from the kitchen.)

Most of the work was done by contractors, but I helped with the demo, and we tiled the backplash and did all of the painting ourselves

Cabinets: American Woodmark Reading in Cherry Spice

Countertop: Ubatuba Granite

Flooring: Marmoleum Tan Pink

Tile Backsplash: Crossville Mr. Green Jeans Porcelain Stone

Lighting: Rejuvenation Lomard with Classic Schoolhouse and Opal Ogee Schoolhouse shades

Faucet: Symmons Carrington

Cabinet Hardware: House of Antique Hardware

Paint: Behr colormatched to Sherwin Williams Buckram Binding

Trim Stain: Varathane Summer Oak with ten coats of Bullseye Amber Shellac

Window: Andersen 400 Series Woodright Double Hung


USA-Canada / USA-New York

Lat: 42° 27' 20.39" N
Long: 76° 6' 47.17" W

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Precision is: Low. Intentionally hazy, due to privacy concerns.

Camera: Nikon D200, Lens: Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye, PanoHead: Nodal Ninja, Software: PTGui Pro 10, Pano2VR 4.5, Photoshop CS6, Lightroom 5

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