Updating doors

This kitchen remodel has been my biggest undertaking yet, and definitely the most fun!

When we were looking to buy this house I knew without a doubt something had to be done with the kitchen.

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Ever since we shared a bunch of doorknob options last week (and ordered the ones we liked the most), we’ve been waiting for them to arrive so that our upstairs doors could finally have some closure. So when the box landed on our porch, we got right on installing them.

Like many DIY projects, adding the new knobs was a bit more complicated than we anticipated.

The hinges are attached to the door’s inside edge and the wall.

The latch assembly was bigger than the existing holes in our doors, so I had to use a drill to carve them out a bit wider.

I tried a file at first (as the knob instructions suggested) but it took a lot more time and effort than using the spinning drill bit to chip away at it, so that became my preferred method.

On the bright side the cabinets are solid oak and were in overall great condition, but they were coated, and I mean coated in grease.

This house was a foreclosure, but I’m pretty sure that whoever lived here before us fried food in the kitchen daily.


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