There are Upgrades, then there are UPGRADES

I teased this yesterday. Here you go. My dad says he’s willing to comment on the experience, but I have to give him some time to recover. This was a long process.

Of note, the custom cabinet for the TV was non-negotiable, despite the sincerest desires of the build team.

Also, the bobbleheads will have a new home that is still to-be-determined.

Finally, I insisted that the pantry door marking birthdays and heights of me and my sister survive the remodeling. I’m not sure where it will end up, but the trash was not an option in my opinion.

Ready for some pictures?

I wish I was there. I would have Office-Spaced that dishwasher like it was my job

Before - Sink and Dishwashery area

This fridge now lives in the garage

This wall will look totally different in a few mouse-wheel scrolls

I've spent many a hour organizing this pantry over the years

Before - Pantry and Oveny area

Are you ready for the fun part?

This is probably the most dramatic Before picture.

So empty

Middle - Where'd everything go?

The before picture of the ceiling isn't even worth mentioning. The light up there was PAINFUL

Recessed lighting (connected to a dimmer). Softer. Smarter. Awesomer.

I think I shrunk...

This is the last measurement before the door, and pantry was removed.

AFTER!

AFTER!

Now the Fridge lives over here!

Now the Fridge lives over here!

Pantry. Wine Glass Storage. Pantry.

Pantry. Wine Glass Storage. Pantry.

"We could probably get a bigger TV, right?" -Mom

"We could probably get a bigger TV, right?" -Mom

It's a Snider thing. You wouldn't understand. Sometimes I don't.

But where to put the bobbleheads?

Pretty cool, huh?

8 thoughts on “There are Upgrades, then there are UPGRADES

  1. Looks awesome, dude! I love the tv. I’m almost a little jealous that we didn’t ask the builder of our new house about including this.

    P.S. You probably should keep the Dwights separated. That corner of the table looks like trouble.

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