I have a peek at a really cool kitchen remodel project that is almost ready for a photo shoot.
It has a style that distinctively captures this homeowner’s taste. When I stepped back at my last site visit, I said to the homeowner, “This kitchen is so you.”
She can’t wait to get in and start cooking on this beautiful range!
Sneak Peek Kitchen Remodel
Yes, she wanted that stunning La Cornue range and it really is the star in this kitchen remodel. (I know, the knobs and backpiece aren't on yet.)
She has beautiful new marble countertops, navy blue and white painted cabinetry, and we remodeled her desk in the kitchen to have some better storage and a much more attractive vibe. I love the aged brass brackets and sconce that work so well here and tie into the brassy elements of the range.
Look at this cool hardware we found that adds a brassy touch without competing with that gorgeous range.
I'll be sharing lots better photos soon, I hope, and a few of the before pics so you can see how far this kitchen remodel came.
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I have a few items from my old studio that I would still love to sell if you are interested. Local peeps only for pick up (they are in my garage right now), unless you want to pay for shipping and handling!
These baskets were purchased from Pottery Barn and are like huge trays and would look great hung on the wall or sitting on a large dining or coffee table. 26” W x 19 ½”D, $20 ea or $90 for all six.
I have these three design books (I have duplicates:-) for sale for $10 each.
These two galvanized barn lights from this job at Honey Bee Ham. These two came in too small and were installed but taken down immediately, hence I couldn’t return them. :-( They have 46” of black cord. That’s almost 4’, so they would work almost anywhere! They're boxed and $20 each, originally over $60 ea.
I have linen covered tackboards galore! $20 each in various sizes.
In case you missed my last post, where I espouse the attributes of the best tackboard material evah, and I list the sizes and quantities I have left to sell, then you should take a look HERE.
If you are interested in anything above, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The items listed in my shop can be purchased directly via the website.