Home / Raleigh House / Kitchen Renovations 2002 / Day One 
The day the the old cabinets and wall covering were ripped out. Yeah!
- Another detail of the former built-in ironing board.
- Detail of an area where Ken Gregory was probably checking all of the previous colors of paint that had been used in the kitchen
- Detail of the floor that was under the cabinets and the current floor covering
- Detail of the northwest corner of the kitchen that shows some original trim with one of the previous colors of paint
- Hole in the ceiling for the exhaust hood for the stove probably installed some time in the late 60s or early 70s
- Southwest wall of the kitchen
- Detail of the area below the window casing on the west wall of the kitchen
- Detail of part of the plaster that had crumbled over the year after the linoleum had been place over it.
- Northwest corner of the kitchen. Notice again the space left behind after the built-in ironing board was removed.
- Northwest corner of the kitchen showing the remains of the built-in ironing board.
- A slightly overexposed picture of the trim removed back in the 1950s
- A closer view of the trim that had been removed and the corner of the trim over the north doorway that had been cut off to fit t
- On the north wall of the kitchen there was originally a built-in ironing board. This shows the area where the finish pieces wer