Installation and construction by Quick and Easy Kitchens.  See the cost break down at the bottom of this post.

Before

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In the after photos, you’ll notice that the oven is no longer on the sink wall.
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We kept the new cooktop in the same place as this slide in range so there would be no need to move the gas line.  The fridge moved to a different wall and a doorway was added in that location.
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This piece of furniture moved to another room and this became the fridge/oven/pantry wall.

After

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Without the double oven, the sink and window area now feel much more open and bright.
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Where the antique hutch once was, is now the fridge/oven/pantry area.  I personally like having all the large pieces of the kitchen together.  It allows the rest of the space to be open and uncluttered.
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Where the fridge was once located is now a door to the next room.  I also like that they decided to change the laundry room door to a decorative sliding barn door.  And that butcher block!  I want one!!!
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I’ve worked with this IKEA door style a lot and what I’ve found is that it works so well when paired with warm colors and textures.  You have to strike a nice balance.  There is so much terra-cotta and the butcher block is big enough that the bright white countertop was an excellent choice.

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Gorgeous semi warm and rustic back splash.

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My favorite feature in IKEA cabinetry… Drawers, drawers, and more drawers!!!

Cost break down (Rounded numbers from various bids and few product approximations):

Cabinets/Appliances/Fixtures  $11,000

Countertop  $3000

Labor (Demo/structural/electrical/plumbing/cabinet installation/tile installation/ect) $15,000

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