Recessed Ceiling With Vintage Tin Tiles: After

Who: Melissa R.
Where: Columbus, IN

The end result was well worth the wait for us. Where we once had outdated cabinetry and countertops and a nasty white-and-navy checkerboard linoleum floor, we now have a place that we are proud of, we feel warm and comfortable in, and is so very workable. Removing the wall between the dining room and kitchen and reworking the layout has been great to allow a more open feel with natural light.

Who did the work: We did most of the work ourselves.
Cost: $25,000-$50,000

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