The kitchen renovation is done!
I’m so excited about this room – and so happy to share the finished room with you guys today! We love having an all white kitchen!
Remember the before pictures I shared in my kitchen demo blog post? Here are some before and after pictures. I try to share before/after take photos taken from the same angle so you can really get a feel for what changes went into the room.
And from another angle:
And the opposite wall:
We knocked down the wall between the original kitchen and dining room – and the new space is awesome!
The before/after photos of the dining room are taken from opposite sides of the room.
Our brand new white quartz counters look wonderful, especially on the big peninsula!
I love having a breakfast bar and a table so there’s multiple places to sit.
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It’s nice to have space for some decor pieces. I love the pop of color the (fake) red flowers add!
I love this cute ‘H’. We picked up the New York artwork on a trip there a few years ago, and the green wine bottles are all from wine we drank – the price you have to pay for good decor sometimes!
That adorable green towel hanging on the stove was a housewarming gift from a friend.
These green curtains are actually material from a shower curtain! (The full tutorial on turning a shower curtain into window valances is here!)
Our neighbor made us this cork chalkboard – isn’t it great?! You can see my secret for getting perfect chalkboard letters here.
For our table numbers at our wedding, Kalen and I posed with (homemade!) numbers. We framed the poses that made up our wedding date. I love mixing in something personal within the decor in a room.
I’d put a big clock in every room in the house. I love how they look!
The light in the eating area is perfect. It’s decorative while still being pretty flush to the ceiling.
Picking all the materials and deciding where everything should go during a kitchen renovation can be overwhelming.
You can read all about our kitchen renovation adventures and tips for picking everything out in these blog posts:
- Kitchen demo
- Kitchen wall down
- Selecting countertops: quartz versus granite
- Picking kitchen cabinets
- How to design a kitchen layout
- Picking certain cabinets to fit the kitchen layout
- Wall up, down, up
- Picking tile for kitchen backsplash
- Tips for picking paint colors
- Picking kitchen cabinet handles
- Cabinets installed
- Counters installed
- Tips for picking a hardwood floor color
- Picking a kitchen sink
- What’s important when picking a kitchen faucet
- Tips for picking kitchen appliances
- How to fix it if your cabinet handles are installed wrong
- Add extra storage to your kitchen cabinets
- 5 must haves in a kitchen renovation
Wow, a lot goes into a kitchen renovation! But when the end product is so wonderful, it’s SO worth it!
GET THE LOOK:
Since a popular question I get is “Where’d you get that?!,” here are links to the same or similar sources:
- Wall color: Camelback by Sherwin Williams
- Counters: Blanco Canvas quartz
- White subway tile
- Window valances (DIY)
- Curtain rods here, but they’re not always available. These are similar.
- Curtain clip rings
- Green spatula
- Initial tray
- Dish towels
- Green cushions
- Cabinet handles
- Garbage disposal button
- Seagrass rug
- Wine fridge
- Moscow Mule mugs
- Cork chalkboard (DIY)
- Metal basket
- Aqua glass vase
- Wood + rope tray
- Glass pitcher
- Glass candle holders
- Faux boxwood plant
- Boxwood wreath
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Here are a few older photos of the kitchen, too. I’ve been working on photography. 🙂