I’ve had a few requests right on top of one another for a tour of the kitchen. It’s been on my radar for some time now, but I just didn’t want to take pictures of it with a half constructed porch in the background!
Aside from the snake like pendants and icky ceiling fan, there is almost nothing wrong with the before of our kitchen! It was love at first sight and a huge factor in us choosing this as our forever home. It was a brand spanking new renovation with top of the line appliances. I mean, we peeled the plastic off of the dishwasher ourselves!!!
Aside from knocking out the bread bin in the far corner and changing out the lights, all we did was add decorative touches to the space.
Paint - Benjamin Moore Stone Hearth (walls), Benjamin Moore Alabaster (trim), Benjamin Moore Beach Glass (inside glass cabinet)
Curtains – Drapes are Chatelet in Breeze, relaxed roman shades are Pizzicati but I don’t know the colorway (Lewis and Sheron)
Curtain hardware – Barley Twist by Antique Drapery Rod Company (Calico Corners)
Floor - unstained white oak
Rugs - Indoor/Outdoor French Leopard by Ballard Designs
Chandeliers – Claire from Ballard Designs
DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispenser
Dishes - Alison Evans Coastal Ceramics (oysters) and Butler’s Pantry by Lenox (white)
Kitchen table – antique
Chairs – passed down from Honey’s grandmother
Bench – Grand Harbor Imports
Foo lamp & Antique scale – Habersham Antique Market
Apothecary jars – Hobby Lobby and Stein Mart
Sconces – Home Goods
Framed print – signed glicee by Low Country artist Ray Ellis
Dried flower arrangement – The Acorn at Wisteria Hill
Because the kitchen was done by the previous owners, unfortunately I do not have sources for the cabinets, tile, counters or hardware.
So that’s where the magic happens, ladies! It’s pretty much in use 24x7 with three hungry males in the house!
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