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06:29PM | 10/11/13
Bvkitchen
we recently built a room onto our house. we had to remove the window in the kitchen, now theres a space in the wall and i dont know what to put there to fill in it. the space is 30"wide x 37" high x 6" deep. my husband wants to put small shelves there but i dont want that what other ideas are there?


jamesmaxwell

02:23AM | 10/12/13
Member Since: 10/12/13
5 lifetime posts
I would suggest you to go with Wood Kitchen Cabinets, as they will be helpful in storage and you can make it in a good designer manner also which will help to enhance your kitchen look only.


NYCdoor

02:09AM | 10/30/13
Member Since: 10/18/13
3 lifetime posts
An excellent opportunity someone to choose Wood Kitchen Cupboards, seeing that they shall be useful inside safe-keeping and you can help it become inside a beneficial custom made manner in addition which will help to improve your home glimpse merely.

David, Moderator

12:04AM | 12/12/13
Member Since: 11/15/13
210 lifetime posts
I have 2 suggestions.
1)Finish it off by Installing a 6" wood jamb on all 4 edges inside the opening. Finish off the outer edges with a wood casing as if it were a window.
2)Fasten blocking in the opening and install drywall to finish it off to match the existing wall.
If you are not familiar with finishing off drywall or applying trim then I would suggest hiring a local handyman or contractor.
At the top of this page you will find a tab entitled "find a Pro" which might be helpful.
Thank you
David : Bob Vila Moderator
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