Posts Tagged ‘ikea kitchen’

Mid-Century Modern Remodel Rocks!

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013 by Susan

IKEA Fans member mrcysco has finished an awesome remodel of a Mid Century Modern kitchen using custom doors from Scherr’s and IKEA cabinet boxes. Total budget? Under $20K.

Says mrcysco,

There is no way I could have created this kitchen without this site’s help. Not only did it give me plenty of input and ideas, but it gave me the confidence that I could tackle a project of this scale by myself. So thank YOU for having such a great resource for people like me.

No, really – thank YOU! Read on for more photos, links to the original Kitchen Planning forum thread and details on the microwave drawer mod.  Read the rest of this entry »

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1840 Farmhouse Kitchen

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 by A of K

Yes, it’s IKEA! With a lot of clever planning, a few modifications and a gorgeous slate to work with, IKEAFANS member Brickman House has put together a fantabulous IKEA kitchen. A combination of LIDINGO white and TIDAHOLM black brown coupled with NUMERAR countertops (died with India Ink on the perimeter) creates a showcase kitchen in this 19th century farmhouse. Click through to see more pictures, and to find out where to learn more about this kitchen.

Editor’s Note: This is an oldie but goodie, originally published in September 11, 2010. Enjoy!

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IKEA Hack: Sexy Whitehaus Sink Mates with IKEA Sink Base Cabinet

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 by Tigratrus

Undermounted 36" Whitehaus Quatro Alcove fireclay farm sink mounted in IKEA AKURUM cabinet

One of the best things about the IKEA Kitchen system is it’s amazing flexibility and modular construction. Well, ok, the best part about the IKEA kitchen systems is the incredible value you get for your money!  But the flexibility of the system and it’s fundamental DIY friendly nature of it is a major part of why we love it so much as a solution for creating beautiful, showpiece kitchens for a fraction of what it would cost to get a comparable kitchen elsewhere.

Community members have time and again proven that where there’s a will, there’s a way to make their own personal vision a reality using IKEA’s AKURUM/FAKTUM system.  jenswrens and her husband did a fantastic job mounting a non-IKEA sink in an AKURUM cabinet, and then shared their experience with the community through a detailed tutorial.  wmurray1 and nickerbokor then took the method described and used it to great effect in their own remodels. Check out the details of how they did it after the jump! Read the rest of this entry »

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The LAST IKEA Kitchen Sale: Spring 2010

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 by Susan

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According to reliable sources inside IKEA, the IKEA Kitchen Sale starting March 12, and running through May 2, 2010 is the last of its kind for at least a few years, so if you’re wanting to get up to 20% off your IKEA Kitchen, you best get planning!

Save up to 20% with Appliance Purchases

Beginning this Friday, March 12th, you can save up to 20% on the total price of your kitchen cabinets and appliances with the purchase of three kitchen appliances. Not interested in IKEA branded Whirlpool appliances? Find Kitchen Appliances. Even without the purchase of any appliances, you can still save 10% off your kitchen total which isn’t insignificant – especially in this economy. If you’re on a budget, IKEA kitchens offer one of the best values and even more so with up to 20% off.

Want to know why IKEA is axing Kitchen Sales? Find out why after the jump.

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Particle board vs Plywood: The ‘Diamonds Are Rare’ Scam

Friday, January 29th, 2010 by Tigratrus

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Why am I talking about diamonds in an article about kitchen cabinet materials?  Well, because plywood and diamonds have something unexpected in common. Read on to find out how one of the most successful advertising campaigns of all time has you conned, and what that has to do with the whole particle board vs. plywood debate.

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