Kitchen Reveal!

As I prepare to move in (this Sunday!!!), I have been incredibly busy finishing up some last minute projects. I’ve purposefully waited to post pictures of the kitchen, because it has been the biggest transformation. I realize now that I don’t have very many good pictures of the kitchen. We are putting on the pulls today, and have a few other miscellaneous things, but for the most part, it’s done! This post is mainly just going to be pictures.

IMG_2691 2IMG_4177IMG_7560These are before pictures of my kitchen. The cabinets were different styles. The one over the microwave was a different wood than the others, the appliances were new, The floor was laminate (sitting on top of about 6 other floorings..ew), and the sink and counter were just kind of gross.

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So we started demolition!

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Which was followed by new floors (porcelain tile) and custom made cabinets that my mom painted a light grey! (We found a guy who builds cabinets on the side so we got a great deal).

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I found the granite countertop at Stone Spectrum! They were great to work with! I added a speckled black granite composite undermount sink! (Originally I had a grey farmhouse sink…that’s a saga for another day..)

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I will take better pictures of the whole kitchen SOON! I realize It’s a mess ha since we are still doing some finishing touches. I love love love how it turned out! I learned a lot through the process like how to lay and cut tile, that old homes provide tons of challenges. The walls aren’t square.. the walls aren’t even.. so many things haha. You’ll notice some of the tiles in the backsplash stick out more than others… thanks to the plaster wall.. I think it adds character 😉 P.S. The backsplash is the same tile as the floor and hearth. I purchased all of that through Miles in Castelton, and I loved working with them!

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