The kitchen, like the living room, was dark and dreary, in desperate need of an extreme makeover. We quickly demolished the entire space, ripping out everything from floor to ceiling. We replaced every inch of this space, other than the beam running across the middle of the kitchen, which was painted. It is a complete 180 from the day we first walked through it, and came out better than we could have even imagined.
White cabinets, hardwood floors, carrara marble countertops, white subway tile backsplash- if you see my inspiration board on Pinterest, this kitchen nailed it!
Paint | Silverpointe by Sherwin Williams
Floors | Natural oak hardwood from Menards, stained Ranch Oak by Sherwin Williams
Cabinets & countertops | Creations Cabinetry in Woodbury, MN; countertops are carrara marble
Appliances | GE Cafe Series, Bosch Dishwasher
Floating shelves | Reclaimed walnut barnwood, Rustic Revival Barnwood
Sink faucet | Amazon
Lightbulbs | Amazon
Dishes | Target
Knife block | Williams Sonoma (Wusthof)
Blinds | Blindster.com (bamboo blinds in Hatteras Camel)
Soap dispensers | Target
Backsplash | Home Depot
The dining room and kitchen are “open concept”- open to each other and very connected. The original dining room was long, narrow, and dark, with a door leading to the backyard in one corner. We decided to cut the space down as we didn’t need a huge dining space and create a mudroom on the door side of the room. We are so happy with our choice and love the bright, open space this room has turned into.
Mirror | Target
Bar cart | Target
Painting | Target
Letterboard | Hobby Lobby (similar)
Barn door | Handmade using dimensional pine lumber; stained with Ranch Oak by Sherwin Williams
Barn door hardware | Amazon
Dining table | Handmade by Josh using oak, stained with Ranch Oak by SW
Bookshelf | Wayfair