The FINISHED Kitchen

May 15, 2011

I posted a little while back about the progress we were making on the kitchen. And then we finished the kitchen….and I didn’t tell you about it. It was 92% done, and we wanted to finish up some of the little things around the room before taking the glamor shots for flickr and the blog. Sorry for the lag…but here it is, in all its glory!

Our finished kitchen

Our finished kitchen

Our finished kitchen

Our finished kitchen

Our finished kitchen

Some details: The not built in kitchen furniture is from IKEA. The gorgeous photo on the wall was a gift from my high school best friend (also a talented photographer) and her very talented photographer husband, Joseph Ruggeri. The paint is Behr’s Tropical Breeze. The lights are all from Home Depot.

We love this room so very much. As always, all the home renovation photos are kept in this flickr set.

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6 Responses to “The FINISHED Kitchen”

  1. Kirsten Says:

    It’s beautiful Andrea!! I love the blue you chose for the walls, your gorgeous woodwork stands out really well against it. Are those crochet potholders I spy hanging under the window?

    • Andrea Says:

      They are crochet potholders! In fact, those were my consolation potholders from the first potholder swap since mine arrived at Chez Helloyarn ruined by the USPS.

  2. barefootrooster Says:

    gorgeous — and so happy and welcoming! what lovely work.

  3. abby Says:

    Hey, hey — that looks great! Well done! Love the blue, very calming for a kitchen.

  4. Kara Says:

    Wow, it looks awesome! Amazing job.


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