Repainted old solid wood cupboards, replaced benchtops and taps, and retiled.
Cupboards...Dulux Renovation Range- colour Ticking
Benchtops....26mm Acacia Solid Oiled Hardwood
Taps.... Shaw & Mason ceramic disk
Tiles... 600x300 porcelain
The benchtops are on the thin side but as there is no sink cutout, they should be ok.
They are a bit soft though and if they start looking ratty I'll tile over them with a timber look tile.
Cut tile in half and inlayed into bench either side of stove for Hot Pot Spots™😉
Had the diy bug, so also made a spice rack using an 18mm merbau utilty panel.
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Former Workshop member.
It's great to have you join us and many thanks for sharing your project. What a fantastic transformation that has made to the overall feel of the kitchen, you should be extremely happy with your work. Did you complete this all by yourself? I like the idea of inlaying the tile into the bench, as I'm forever looking for a place to rest hot pans and trays with none to be found. The spice rack is also a nice finishing touch.
We look forward to seeing what other projects you have going on around your home and garden and I trust you'll find loads of inspiration for them from within the community. Please let us know if you ever need assistance with a project or have something to share with us.
Hello @Former Workshop member
Beautiful make over fantastic color choice! Keep making!
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That looks way better. That blue really makes the bench stand out more.
I love the pot stands as well. Brilliant idea.
@MitchellMc said "Did you complete this all by yourself?"
My hairy friend popped in occasionally to check on things and
spread the dust around for me.
Made a paper towel holder that dipenses in 4/4 time. 🎼
Used 18mm ply and the weight of the hinged lid allows one hand operation.