My Kitchen Remodel Reveal!
FINALLY! Phase 1 of my kitchen reveal is finally complete. I'm not going to lie there were multiple times throughout this journey that I thought I might never see this day come to fruition. Though some of my initial design concepts changed mostly due to budget (real reality), the main idea behind the design has remained consistent. I've included the original floor plan and elevations as well as some before photos below to refresh your memory if you have been following along and catch you up if you are just tuning in. I was fortunate enough to work with some incredible sponsors that helped to make Ida's kitchen the kitchen of my dreams. Caesarstone provided the amazing Rugged Concrete counters (they look like soapstone!), I was terrified of choosing dark counters since I'm typically a light and bright gal but they are perfect. If you remember I've worked with Caesarstone in the past on my Austin bungalow. I selected the Tollis pendants everyone asks about from Kichler lighting. My beautiful kitchen faucet is the Kohler Artifacts Bridge Faucet. Cabinet paint is the exact greige putty I was envisioning all thanks to Portola Paint's Kinfolk. I'll write another post detailing more about the process, etc., but for now I'll stick to the reveal and the sources!
(materials, hardware, appliances)
// brushed bronze kitchen faucet
// vintage O'Keefe & Merritt stove, I found on fb marketplace but here's one similar!
vintage Hotpoint Fridge, I found on fb marketplace but here's one similar! and here's a new one that's a cutie
// vintage kitchen sink we found in the barn, here's one that's similar!
// fabric for kitchen sink curtain
// kitchen knobs, kitchen pulls, kitchen latches in antique brass
// custom cabinets by Petrified Design
DECOR + ACCESSORIES
(things I have and things I want)
// linen tea towels, Texas made!
// these dishes are perfection
// a cute coffe mug
// my favorite salad bowl and this one!
// love this dish brush set
// debating between this soap dispenser, and this one!
// to keep water cool in our fridge
// marble trays for serving and decor
// I got my clay pots from here
// and here's another source antique clay pots
Photos by Madeline Harper Photography
Styling and design by Claire Zinnecker Design
Want to see the progression of Ida's kitchen? Swipe through and all the stages of demo and construction!