Our kitchen - finished!

>> December 27, 2013

Alright folks! I don't have a ton of time, as a little girl desperately wants to play Barbies! But I finally have the photos of the kitchen uploaded, so here you go. If you want additional details on how we got here, you can check this last post (eons ago)! Now get ready for a boatload of photos!

Here are all my sources for those wondering. Since I don't have time to leave a ton of commentary, please ask questions in the comments section! It was a labor of love by Hubby, who did all the work himself. We began the project in March and finished in September. Most of the project was done by June, in time for Caroline's birthday party, but it took Hubby's a few extra weeks to finish all the final trim, etc. I just love how it turned out, it definitely extended the life of this little space. Although we didn't move any walls, everything except the layout and cabinets are new.

2. Cabinet pulls: these knobs from Home Depot
3. Bin Pulls: discontinued by Restoration Hardware, similar 
4. Cabinet hinges: these, also from Home Depot
5. Cabinet color: Mourning Dove by Martha Stewart, color matched in Behr Paint + Primer
6. Wine cabinet: stock, from Ikea
7. Range: GE Cafe, gas double-oven
8. Range hood: original to the house
9. Utensil holders: Williams-Sonoma, a wedding present, now discontinued and this pitcher vase from Ikea
10. Walls: wood paneling
11. Ceiling lights: these brushed nickel ones
12. Sink: this one from Ikea
13. Sink protector: this one by Kohler fits perfectly
14. Rugs: Dash and Albert, pond stripe
15. Counters: butcher block, in the beech color.
16. Faucet: This one
17. Open shelving brackets: these 
18. Shelving: Hubby built himself
19. Valance fabric: this floral/paisley style (which I also used in the dining room)
20. Message boards: Pottery Barn the daily system
21. Counter stool: Smart and Sleek stool from Wisteria
22. Kids seating: Kritter, table and chairs from Ikea

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