First of all, thank you to everyone who has diligently followed our kitchen remodel journey. We appreciate the feedback, tips, suggestions, and overall response we’ve had.
Fair warning: if you’ve followed the whole journey you may have seen a bunch of these pics but bear with us. The reveal is coming. But let’s take a step back and see how far we’ve come.
When we first visited the house, before it was actually ours, the kitchen looked a bit like this:
Then we inhabited it. Changed out a chandelier or two and a couple of can lights for pendant lights and ended up with this:
Did this new setup work for us? Sure. But it always felt temporary. I mean, we didn’t have a ton of storage space, organization was an after-thought, and things just felt old. So we began tearing it apart.
And even more tearing apart
Then we began to rebuild. To make the space our own.
We chose beautiful LG Hi-Macs countertops with an integrated single basin sink.
We laid the new floor over the course of a week and decided to run it into the entry way as well.
Then, as we mentioned in our last post, it was time for
all most of the finishing touches: Backsplash, trim, crown, etc:
And sooooo when you put all of these pictures into a pot, heat it up, stir it all together, and let it sit for 4-5 months you get (drumroll and all that jazz):
My favorite part ^^^^ #coffeeaddict
Sure we still have a few things to wrap up like actually connecting the electrical for the range hood and putting a couple missing drawer pulls on but other than that I think we’re just about finished.
And what would a post like this be without a little side-by-side before and after action:
While the process wasn’t near as quick or smooth as we had hoped it was about as tiresome as we figured. We’re just glad to have it (mostly behind us). What do you think? Any future suggestions? We still have decor to deal with now. Oh and new curtains we’re thinking something to match that table runner with a little bit of yellow and a touch of gray. Any recommendations?