I am so excited to reveal our kitchen with you! This is one of the most used rooms in the entire house. A place where we spend the most time with our family and guests. Since our house is smaller, we wanted the living room and kitchen to have an open floor plan to give us more space.
My aunt and I stained all of the cabinets ourselves this summer. It was a long process but I love how they turned out. The back splash is stone and the counter tops are granicrete.
I love how open and how much space we have in the kitchen.
The glass canisters were a steal from Pier 1 for 5 dollars. I bought chalkboard labels from Staples and put them on the jars to label the flour and sugar.
One the things I wanted most in the kitchen was a farmhouse sink. My Grand bought it for us as a house gift and we absolutely love it!
The Mr. and Mrs. signs were actually decorations from my bridal shower and I have always kept them in our kitchen window sill.
I bought the cake stand for our soaps from a boutique in Texas.
I love the double refrigerator and freezer on bottom. You save so much room!
I bought the bar stools from Target. They swivel and can also raise higher.
Our dishes are the Fiesta Wear. My Grand had bought them before we got married. They are so fun and I love mixing and matching.
I bought this wine bottle and glass holder from Paul Michael Company in Canton, TX. They have a lot of neat kitchen and home decorations.
This is the door to our pantry. I am SO thankful we added this to our floor plan. I am in love with old screen doors and I thought it would add some character to the kitchen area. I bought this one from Home Depot for $20.00 and my mom stained it. I will do a separate post for this room. :)
This farmhouse table has some sweet history. First, it was my dad’s table when he was growing up, then it went to my great grandmother. I ate a lot of meals here when I was little. When my grandma passed away last year, it was left to me. This is probably one of my favorite pieces of furniture in the whole house and it means the most too. This summer I plan to refinish or paint it along with the china buffet that goes with it. I love this space. I still have to find a rug I like to go under it and I am making burlap place mats for it too.
I am looking for a cute centerpiece to go in the middle but for now candy and Paisley serve the purpose. :) I bought the burlap and ruffle runner from Laurie Anna’s Vintage Home in Canton.
The napkins and rings were from my mom and dad for Christmas last year. I am so happy to finally use them!
The kitchen is still a work in progress and I will post updates when I change things.