The Mid Mod Ranch Project

Built in 1957, our mid century ranch style home in greater Meyerland, Houston was purchased by us in 2003. We want to preserve the craft of good design as the balance of aesthetics and utility that the era of modernism, within which our house was built, so well defines. Join us on our remodeling journey through the wonderful world of mid mod design.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Kitchen and Great room Remodel

Progression in time from before photos through during photos of our current remodel of the kitchen, great room and dining room:
(Click on each photo for a larger view.)

The dining room before:
 The kitchen before:
 Wall demolition during:
 Scary holes in the floor to tie support columns into the house foundation:

 Temporary supports held our house up while Jose constructed the columns:
 So far the only photos of all our brand new stainless steel appliances:

 Demolition mess:
 The support beams are UP:
 Further demolition photos:

 The kitchen space begins to be defined:
 The pony wall between the kitchen and great room:

 Raw rift cut white oak chosen for the custom cabinetry:
 Reclaimed red oak flooring from a local 1957 Montrose house to match all our existing flooring:
 The cabinetry begins to take shape:

The pantry:

The grain on the rift cut white oak is beautiful, even on the raw wood before any polyurethane has been applied: 
The polyurethane has been applied:
Note the richness of the wood that the polyurethane brings out:

New patio door, the new lockset NOT yet installed:

Turquoise subway tile for the kitchen backsplash:

The paint colors are bold!:

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