I’m pulling all the details together for this Timeless Farmhouse Kitchen Renovation – Updating Our Appliances.
Only 7 days left and it’s all in the details now.
We are starting the see the light at the end of the tunnel as we fine tune all the finishing touches.
Timeless Farmhouse Kitchen Renovation – Updating our Appliances
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Our eat-in kitchen nook is coming together with this $50 Facebook Marketplace find.
It is an antique round table that was used as a cutting table for a seamstress. I love all those marks and weathering!
We hung these gorgeous woven blinds in the windows and it completely warmed up the room!
Stay tuned for a tutorial on how we created these farmhouse windows with these blinds.
We also replaced the pendant light with this fixture from Hobby Lobby.
But surprise – it’s actually a plug in light that we converted to hard wired.
I love how the light from the window is still able to shine through without obstructing the view!
So we took a break from our work this week and took a joy ride about an hour south to get the wood for our support beam.
It’s rough cut pine – complete with touches of weathering here and there. I was able to find all four pieces of lumber for less than $25 – which is way cheaper than the big box lumber stores!
We also took a day to complete covering our appliances with stainless steel wrap to match our refrigerator.
Check back in later this week for a full tutorial on how to use EZ Faux Decor panels to transform your appliances!
Another element we added was this small piece of luan to the side of our refrigerator to hide the exposed factory side.
I still need to add trim and give it another coat of cabinet paint, but I love that the ugly gray is hidden away!
And speaking of painting – there still is so much to do. I have finished all the cabinet bases, but the doors need another coat. And, obviously, there’s a few touch ups here and there on the walls, ceilings and baseboards.
But it didn’t stop me from putting a few pieces of hardware on!
I found these pewter cup pulls from D. Lawless Hardware and LOVE how they look!
It’s so amazing to see this space slowly transform into one that you envision in your head.
So only one more week to finish all the details and I cannot wait for the reveal! But now let’s see what’s left on the to do!
Timeless Farmhouse Kitchen
Renovation on a Budget Plans
Remove Kitchen Island Remove Dated Trim Demo Travertine Tile Backsplash Scrape Popcorn Ceilings Replace Microwave with Vent Hood Frame Around Vent Hood Frame in Refrigerator(still need to paint and trim) Updated Farmhouse Trim and Support Beam Add Faux Stainless Steel to Stove and Dishwasher fronts
- Remove Dated Sink and Replace with Apronfront Sink
- Paint Kitchen Cabinets (just the kitchen doors are left)
Install Shiplap Backsplash Add Woven Blinds Replace Light Fixture
- Replace Hardware
- Create an eat-in nook
with table, chairs, and blinds.
So this next week is my favorite part – pulling it all together! So be sure to follow along so you don’t miss a thing! Plus, I’ll be sharing lot’s of behind the scenes on my instagram page as well.
And head over to the One Room Challenge to see all the other participants. That’s my favorite part!