The kitchen in our 1928 bungalow has seen much better days, and we are remodeling it during the current WWP timeline. The kitchen seems to have been done sometime in the 1960s and looks to have been a fairly high-quality remodel at that time, but has suffered from numerous less appealing updates in the intervening years. The original wall oven does not work and is used for storage and the cabinetry was hacked out for the replacement bottom-of-the-line range. The yellow Masonite paneling is disintegrating, the replacement laminate countertop is chipped, bubbling and peeling. The pantry closet next to the refrigerator is constructed of nothing other than 1/8 inch wood paneling, and the support stud next to the refrigerator was removed at some point, leaving the electrical box hanging on a flexible "wall." The lighting consists of a bare fluorescent tube over the sink and a cheap track light along the entry to the dining room. The window over the sink is partly rotted away. And then there is the ubiquitous wood paneling, acoustic tile ceiling and dingy vinyl flooring. After nine years of living with this "ruin," we'd had enough, and both the kitchen and dining room have been torn down to the studs and rebuilt. As of this writing, the project is still several weeks from completion. The final results may appear in a future WWP, but will certainly be on my website (When we finish rebuilding the kitchen and I manage to rebuild my website, that is.)
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