Knocking Down the Kitchen Wall to Build a Breakfast Bar 

Caitlin Houston Blog 

Our kitchen in our 1970s home needed the least amount of work when we moved in.  However, the wall between the kitchen and dining room was awkward and unnecessary.

The entire project took a little over a week. 

Once the breakfast bar was framed, I took the measurements to a local stone company to order a countertop. We chose a custom cut white quartz countertop that cost $300.


The wall made the kitchen feel closed off 

So much more open and useful for our home.




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