March 7, 2019

Kitchen Remodel

DIY Kitchen Remodel

Finally getting around to posting these after pictures of our kitchen remodel. It was a long and grueling process. Not really for me, but for my husband who did the majority of the work. And for my parents because we were all living with them with 2 kids and dogs. As expected in the construction world it took double the time and triple the cost. But it was so worth it.

First off, here are the before shots from when the house was on the market. It was a galley kitchen with a separate eating area. We decided to maximize the use of space and get rid of the smaller eating area since the dining room is just on the other side. We took out a wall so that we could create an open floor plan and put in the largest island ever. (This is not confirmed by any sources).

The entire goal of the kitchen, was open concept and to get the pantry that was in the laundry room, moved  into the kitchen.  We used Lesley Shollmier from Kitchen Ideas here in Tulsa and she designed the most perfect layout. Pawnee Millworks did the custom cabinets that turned out beautiful. And we used Permastone out in Glenpool for the countertops. My husband was the general contractor and ran the show and to him I am eternally grateful for that. We hired Michelle from The Design Shoppe to help with the final design and basically be our marriage counselor through this transition. She is a gem and really helped us find our compromise to make the perfect kitchen. I hope you enjoy the pictures!

Quartz Counters: MetroQuartz Senzo Tempo

Stools: Cost Plus World Market

Island Color: Benjamin Moore Naval

Cabinet Color: Benjamin Moore White dove

Wall Color: Repose Gray

Sinks: Ruvati Work Station

Lights: Light Cone Pendant Graphite with Aged Brass

Appliances: Frigidaire Gallery Series

Faucets: Delta Trinsic Champagne Bronze with Touch2O Delta Trinsic Champagne Bronze

Cabinet Hardware: Residential Essentials Bar Pull

Gold Fruit Holder and Gold Paper Towel Holder from Target. Chalkboard from Cost Plus World Market. Mail and Paper Organizers from Target.

Hope you enjoyed this post and our kitchen! Maybe soon we can enjoy a glass of wine at our kitchen counter! As for now, off to clean semi-permanent marker the kids drew on that precious quartz counter-top.

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