Back when the winter months were turning summer and my schooling was coming to a close, I decided it was time to rid the kitchen of its dropped ceiling. A simple task? Hardly, though at the time I didn’t truly understand the scope of said project. Thankfully, I had a lot of support from great friends and family, and they helped me turn our kitchen from a kitchen of mock to a kitchen of rock.
This week the features section will guide you through the process.
First, here is the general layout of the kitchen at the House of Rock.
There’s the beloved peninsula which protrudes at a strange and unique angle from the wall, a handy gas range, and wall mount electric oven and a tiny fridge!
When Jesse and I first purchased the house, my mother excitedly took photographs of each room. Here are two pictures she took of the kitchen, right when we first moved into the house.
Take note of the dropped ceiling and the old appliances. Here’s a view of the kitchen in use that shows the peninsula dead on.
Step 1 was pull down the dropped ceiling.
Tune in tomorrow to see the start of the deconstruction