Kitchen Demo – Opening Up the Kitchen in a Factory

A little bit of demo at PVybeHQ now located in Kingston, NY.

We will be taking out the wall from the left side of the center door to the edge of the broken drywall on the right.

That will leave a kitchen that is 95 inches wide by 74 inches deep give or take. The kitchen will spill out in the living area and will feature exposed brick, copper and galvanized pipes, and a 12 foot exposed beam ceiling. Plenty of room for us to train dogs and get our grub on.

Pretty exciting!

If you have any suggestions, drop a comment below.

PS: We’d be happy to barter for some appliances or cupboards! 😉

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