The kitchen remodel Part 2
Hey there friends! Long time no see. I hope all is well with y’all. Things are going fast and steady here.
It’s taken a while for our kitchen projects to come together. I wanted to share the progress so far and the biggest kitchen improvement to date. You can see all what I talked about in the kitchen remodel post here.
As you can see all the cabinet hardware is changed out. I found a great deal on Wayfair. You can find these farmhouse pulls here.
The custom kitchen hood is quite the largest upgrade.
I found a local woodworker to custom built us one. I told him what I had envisioned. What was most important to me was having old reclaimed wood. He happen to have a contact and used reclaimed walnut.
This hood is strictly decorative. Hence, I was I able to put up some nice track lighting. We have the built in vent on the cook top stove itself.
Considering there was wood left over I clearly could not have it wasted. I asked if they could make us some kitchen shelves to upgrade the ones we had from Lowes.
I love the brackets they used. I didn’t even have to tell him what I would like:) I think they figured it out from our current style.
If you missed my table cloth curtain post you can check that out HERE
There are a few more changes coming, so stay tuned. I am so happy to see you here today:) I know its been a while.
As you know I spend most of my time now over at Home Pressure Cooking. I wish I could be at two places all the time. But we know that just is not possible. I have been keeping up though with checking in here and sharing anything new I have these days. I’m actually working on an outdoor paint project. Stay tuned.
If you are new here, welcome! I am also very excited to share my new stencil line with you.
To view my stencil gallery projects you may check out my Debcreates.com page.
I missed you! Your kitchen makeover is so pretty. My eyes immediately went to the hood vent. I hoped I would see a reference to a big box distributor, but your hood vent was custom made, of course. I also noticed your double sink. The one huge farmhouse sink concerns me. The users will end up putting a dishpan inside the sink so they can rinse dishes. I like a double sink. Great job in every detail.
Thank you! Yes I agree on the big sink. I had considered changing out the double sink and the more research I did it lead me to just keeping what we have.
Penny at Enjoying The Simple Things
It is looking great!! That hood is fabulous.
Hi Deb, Very nice updates in your kitchen, the hood came out beautifully! Looking forward to seeing the total reveal.
It all looks wonderful in every detail
I absolutely LOVE the hood, Debbie. So very pretty! And I do admire your entire kitchen. As always, thanks for the inspiration. My mind is now filled with visions of new cabinet pulls.
LOVE the new refresh, adds so much charm to the kitchen. It’s warm and lovely with fun bits of color thrown in. So happy!!
Wow…it looks great!! Your kitchen is so pretty!!
Looks great, Debbie! I really like the eco friendly use of wood and not anything going to waste! The cabinet and shelf hardware looks perfect! Well done, you! Thanks for the update!
Love that your kitchen sink is in front of a window. The remodel is gorgeous 🙂
Love the new hood, Debbie!!! Shelves were super smart, too! Enjoy!!
I love your pot rack. I have the same one but no lights.
Everything looks great, Debbie. I love your new hood!
Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley
I really have admired your corner sink for months. All the kitchen looks great and I do like everything that you have done. Sometimes just a small detail like the farm house pulls can make a difference…..and you thought of all the things that matter. (And, you have me hooked on Pioneer Woman.) Thanks for sharing. Blessings, Lynda
Love your ‘new’ kitchen, fabulous!
Debbie, the hood is very nice; so good to use the reclaimed wood. Every things looks so nice together. Love the new hardware (just like my old farmhouse where I grew up). Happy for you.