Monday, August 2, 2010

Kitchen Reveal

Captain and I are finally done with our kitchen, well for the most part. There are a few things that missed the final inspection, but it is close enough to show you the pics. Please note that some of these pics are really 2 photos shoved together, so some of the edges may be ... odd.

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Installed pegboard backslash & in nook, painted it lightest blue.
New oven
Installed trim & Added curtains


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Painted trim & doors white
Painted walls 2 shades lighter than hallway. It is... taupe?

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Painted Fridge & dishwasher with chalkboard paint, & let the kiddos go to town on it.
Raised cabinets as high as we could, we do plan on adding oak molding around the top to the ceiling.

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Replaced ALL outlets & covers. I finally don't shock myself when turning the garbage disposal on.

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Designed & built kitchen Island.
Plans & Instructions to come in the next post.

8 comments:

Athena said...

The Kichen looks wonderful, way to go. I also like the pictures below, Love the one with harvey and puppy kissing.

annalisag said...

Wow! You have been busy!!! Your kitchen looks amazing. I love the colors, and the pegboard, but most of all your island which is phenomenal!! And I am jealous of your new oven.

Judy K said...

Nice!

Kate said...

Wow, it looks totally awesome! I'm happy for you!

Juline said...

I like it! Particularly the island. I love the chalkboard paint on the fridge. What kind of prep did that require? Was the surface smooth or textured? Nicely done :).

Amanda@The Hand Me Down House said...

This is a fantastic island! I love that color blue in your kitchen -- it absolutely pops! You have done SO much work -- and it has totally paid off -- looks great! :)

Bethany @ b*spoke said...

Also! Your chalkboard fridge looks great, Leslie. Don't you just LOVE being able to write on it? I don't know what I will ever do if I can't just jot notes and grocery lists right on my fridge. :)

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