I am starting on my kitchen remodel. Apparently when houses were designed in 1929 they did not really put a value on kitchens like today. I have been living with 6 feet of counter space since I bought.
I don't have any pictures of the existing kitchen but I have a picture of the 1st day of demo. I had to deconstruct the cabinets because they were built in place like furniture. I only have 1 picture. Will get more as I continue...my process is extremely slow though. This is my last room in my house after 8 years of remodeling. Averages out to about 1 room a year
The door at the bottom is where 99% of the people enter my house. It is the back door. The door at the top goes to a congregation of the stairs, dining room, living room and front entrance hall which you can kind of see in the picture.
Did some demo this weekend. About 95% of the demo is done, just need to remove some windows but that will wait till I have the new windows. Have not decided if I want to remove the floor down to the real subfloor or not yet.
Found an easter egg also. A gas and electric bill from 1923. Strange since the city auditor says my house was built in 1929.