When we first moved into our house back in 2015, we knew we’d have a few projects along the way to get our home where we wanted it. The project I’ve been most excited about is updating our kitchen! I won’t lie… It was hard to be patient on this because I really just did not like much of anything that was in here before! I know the countertops and backsplash were very nice materials, but they just did not jive with my personal style at all. And lots definitely needed to be painted. Things just needed to be updated!
Price was sweet enough to let me make all the decisions on the new things and I am SO THRILLED with how it all turned out!
Here are some pics of what we have going on these days in the kitchen! 🙂 Keep scrolling to see some BEFORE pics from the day we bought the house! The progression has been slow, but very worth the wait!!
Backsplash: 4×12 White Haze Honed Marble from JTM
Surround Counter Tops: Jura Gray Quartz from JTM
Island: Completely rebuilt by carpenter Sean Ellis
Waterfall Butcher Block: This is actually an old bowling alley! Buckridge in Canton finished it and made the waterfall 🙂
Wood pulls: Ridgeland Specialty Hardware. I can’t find exactly what these are but RSH would know just by looking at them, I feel certain!
Sink: Ortega 33″ Stainless 50/50 Sink Basin from Ferguson
Faucet: Delta Single Hole Broderick from Ferguson
Cabinet Paint Color: Benjamin Moore White Dove
Wall Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Classic Gray
Fridge: Sub Zero, found for a steal at Eden’s Auctions
Rug: View Gallery
Pendant Lights: Old from West Elm. Here are several cool ones with a very similar vibe–
Here is what this kitchen looked like when we moved in!
The things we changed immediately were the pendants over the island and stripping that faux finish on the cabinets and going with White Dove. A couple of years later, we painted the ceiling White Dove. Then, when we did most of the bigger stuff more recently, we completely redesigned the island because it just wasn’t optimally functional, did the waterfall butcherblock/bowling alley on it, replaced those partially glass cabinets with solid rectangle cabinets, replaced the countertops and backsplash, replaced the fridge, got that great new wooden hardware (which I think makes THE BIGGEST difference), and replaced the sink and faucet.
If you have any questions about anything, please feel free to ask! MAJOR THANKS to Ridgeland Specialty for working with me on those pulls. They were a bit of a splurge, but like I said, make SUCH a difference!
Thanks a million for stopping in today! I hope your day is filled with joy! XOXO!