You've seen some before & after photos. So, how about a tour around the renovated kitchen?...
Except for the stools, the framed art above the sink, the ceiling, and the island light fixture, pretty much everything else in this kitchen has been replaced. I'm still looking for a different (new or vintage) island light fixture, but this one will have to do until I find exactly what I want.
The industrial stools are flea market finds collected from multiple sources.
We were able to add a lot of storage throughout the kitchen with taller cabinets, sliding shelves, more drawers, etc.
We extended our island to make it a foot longer than the previous one. So much more functional! We can actually seat five people comfortably at the island now.
We are loving the clean style and grey color of the cabinets. The neutral color palette feels very clean, subdued, and sophisticated to me.
Stainless steel appliances replaced the previous outdated and barely functional ones. And, yes, I've actually been enjoying cooking and cleaning! Miracles do happen!
The backsplash is a cut marble tile, the stainless steel undermount sink is a dream, and the faucet is one that you can turn on and off just by touching it.
The countertops are quartz (the functionality granite, but half the price and no maintenance!). We kept the hardware simple with a basic knob is a stainless steel finish.
This french-inspired cabinet, made from reclaimed lumber, displays glassware and kitchen textiles.
The floor is a high-end laminate product that replaced old white linoleum. It is much warmer to the feet and cleans so easily. It is the same flooring we used in the master bath renovation.