Salvaged and Reclaimed Elements in Kitchen Design: After

Who: Ross P.
Where: Fridley, MN

We gutted the kitchen and adjacent den and replaced a load-bearing wall with a steel beam. We bought most of our salvage from the University of Minnesota. The steel doors (tall and small) were once on lab cabinets. The butcher block on the island and the table were both desktops. I used reclaimed steel doors to make a huge pantry and appliance closet.

Who did the work: I did most of the work myself.
Cost: $10,000-$25,000

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