Monday, March 7, 2011

Stick a fork in me...I'm done!!

Before you read on, you still have time to enter my wonderful Janet Hill Studios Giveaway!
It is open until Monday night, March 21, 2011
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Hello friends.......yes, you heard me right...I'm finally DONE !
All of you who follow me, know that I have been working on my kitchen for a couple of months.
For my new friends, you can see my progression here and here.
First let me say that my kitchen was a lovely one...I really had no complaints except that I wanted to go light and bright. 
I also wanted to make this happen for as little money as possible. Hey ..a gal who spends hours in thrift shops is not about to fork over thousands for a new kitchen.


So....here is the 'old' kitchen. Standard builders oak cabinets. In this photo I had just painted the walls grey. I used Behr's Ultra Premium in Silvered Sateen. The old walls were a paprika red...big color change!

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and here is my new 'Farmhouse' style kitchen!
Well..what do you think?
Big difference, don't you think?
I love coming downstairs in the morning to this bright and cheery room.
So let's take a closer look, shall we?

Before

Before

After

Before

After
Yes, I know I had said I was removing the doors above the fridge. 
I need a break..I'll get to it later  ;->

faux brick I never quite completed ;-(

Remember this old thrift store plate rack before


Reborn with a fresh coat of black paint. Perfect for hanging a favorite apron!


Now I have a small shelf to display a favorite clock, needlepoint redbird, handcarved Carolina Wren and a little votive bird that was a special gift from a sweet friend.

Before

removed door & trimmed edges, hung cup hooks to create a litle teacup shelf
After

Small wooden teabag box I painted years ago

I just adore these corbels!
I painted Whisper, my sweet cat and friend of 21 years, onto a canvas place mat. Also painted the floral sugar jar.


I like how the sleek lines of the corbels mimic the lines of the beadboard


I worked very hard to do a nice finished  job with all the trim work.


What I love about the sink skirt is that I only need to sew up a new fabric to change the color scheme of the room.
It was my idea to carry the beadboard right down to the kickplate.
Nice professional touch I think.


I added beadboard and moulding around the island and painted it black. Black corbels were added to the ends of the island also.
Again...nice finished look.

my cabinets have totally lost their 'Builders Grade' look


I am so pleased with how the backsplash turned out. Adding the corbels was so worth it. They really add to the farmhouse look.

I painted the inside of the open cupboards using Tahini by Martha Stewart at the Home Depot.
The recipe box was a gift to my Mom that I painted back in the 90's.
She doesn't cook much anymore, so I am keeping it for her.

This is where the microwave was....it's not going back!
After being without one for 8 weeks, I have decided it is not a necessity.
First Walmart...now my microwave...so liberating!! We only think we cannot live without these things.


Fresh Rosemary and a sweet tin bird to keep me company while I wash dishes and watch the world go by.
So let's see my before kitchen one more time..

and now...



Yeah...I am pretty pleased with myself.
I would like to thank my secret agent for his assistance with cutting the big sheets of beadboard and for helping me with the detailed trim work..you rock 007!
(even though your perfectionism nearly drove me crazy)
So are you wondering what all this cost me?
Adding up the cost of :
Paint & Primer
Beadboard (3 sheets)
Trim pieces
Cabinet Knobs
Corbels (8)
Fabric
Skirt rod
Decorative German Porcelain Plates (Salvation Macy's) cheap!! (.75)
Hardware (nails,screws)
All from Home Depot!!
Many thanks to Bob my Home Depot paint guy
My grand total so far is ...
$493.55
I know for a fact that if I had hired someone to do all this , I would have spent at least $2,000.00.
I got a few estimates and they were way up there!
So am I proud of my hard work...you bet. 
Do you have a room that you would love to change or update, but think you don't have the know how or means to get it done?
I'm here to tell you that you positively can do it!
Never underestimate a woman on a restyle mission.
Thanks to Layla from The Lettered Cottage for her inspiration...I fell in love with your kitchen!
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177 comments:

Michelle @ Sweet Something Design said...

What a beautiful transformation! You worked hard and it really shows, great job!

Wooly Knits n Bits said...

Your kitchen is absolutely marvelous! What a super great job you did...no wonder you are so proud of yourself! I am totally inspired and will bring to life a bright kitchen just like yours...before the summer for sure!!

Wendy said...

Wow, it looks FABULOUS!!!

Lisa said...

Janet!!! OH>MY>GOSH - your kitchen is fabulous! I had to keep scrolling back and forth between the before and afters! It was pretty before but I love all the details in the after....the beadboard, corbels, yellow interiors, curtains.....so so pretty! Congrats on how all your hard work paid off! Thanks for sharing -it's really lovely!

Centsational Girl said...

Absolutely charming! Bravo, I'm so delighted every time I see someone turn a dated kitchen into the space of their dreams !! The yellow inside the cabinets is divine, and the fresh coat of white paint is gorgeous! Sharing on FB!!!

xo
Kate

Maison Conti said...

JANET JANET JANET! I've really been anticipating this day...you definitely sucked me into this project. I just LOVE your results...so clean...so happy...so bright...so pro. You and hubby are the bomb! (As we say). I am deeply impressed. Want to come redo my dining room now? I took all my stuff off the shelves hoping to inspire myself to dig into a little repainting project and so far I just divert my gaze every time I walk past that room. Maybe you will give me strength!

Morning Glory Cottage said...

Hi! Just found your blog through Centsational Girl and I'm a new follower. Wow!!! Your kitchen is absolutely amazing. Bravo! Excellent job, well done. I'll be back.

Annette said...

I knew it would be stunning!! It's just incredible, Janet. I love everything about it, especially the teacup shelf! You did good!!

Gallamore West said...

Gorgeous!!! I kept scrolling back and forth between the old and new kitchen... wow!!! You did a fabulous job and it's so nice to see it done so well on a budget!

Wipso said...

That is amazing. Love the new look. Pat on the back for you.
A x

Claire said...

Yowsers how good is that Janet?

Fantabulous.....

Love, love love it.

Love all the little touches, corbels, cuphooks, sink curtain, open shelves and all the rest.

Oh Janet, you deserve to feel very proud of your effort your kitchen looks wonderful. Sweet little tin bird too and I love the pic of Whisper.

Well, this has been quite a journey now that it's all finished what is going to be your next project Janet?

Can't wait.............

Claire X

Kathleen Grace said...

Oh Janet. I absolutely love it! You have been my inspiration throughout this remodel, I am still priming my bottom cabinets but I keep praying that my kitchen looks as beautiful as yours when I'm finished. You really have captured a farmhouse kitchen but in a fresh and bright way. I gthink I just spent half an hour scrolling back and forth through these photos! Great job my friend!

Kelly Ann said...

Woot Woot...it looks awesome...

Gretel said...

It hardly looks the same kitchen! It's so light and airy (BTW do you know that it is actually bigger than our sitting room??) You've worked so hard on this, now you can just enjoy it - and at a fraction of the cost of a *professional* job (not sure if it would have looked any better though).

mary@lookingupforhelp.blogspot.com said...

You are amazing! Can't believe the change in the entire personality of your kitchen. My two faves are the yellow paint inside the cabinets and the corbals! Great job! And I'm now your follower!

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

Just gorgeous and so inspiring!! I have always wanted to paint the bottom beadboard of my island black and now I am going to do it! Thank You!! Enjoy your new kitchen it is just beautiful!

Wanda..... said...

Your beautiful kitchen leaves me almost teary eyed, Janet. So impressed and happy for you, was touched by all the charming small items you've painted, those little touches have made your kitchen a one of a kind 'work of art'...all your hard work defintely paid off.

Is there anything you can't do? I know...you CAN'T come and redo my kitchen!

Elizabeth said...

What can I say that hasn't already been said. STUNNING & INCREDIBLE JOB!

Hines-Sight said...

That is gorgeous. I love it. Amazing price. So you just repainted the cabinets instead of refacing.

I like what you did with your cat's photos. Job well done.

Kim @ Everything Etsy said...

It looks beautiful! :)

~Kim

Shannon @ Dinglefest said...

So stinkin' beautiful! I have to wrap up some other projects first, but old kitchen o' mine, here I come!

You've inspired me. Thank you.

devonaz said...

Oh my what a total difference,,and I LOVE LOVE LOVE the new look..what a awesome job you did and for so little..you should be very proud of yourself..

Anonymous said...

Aunt Janet it came out sooooo nice!! I love it!!! Good job!!!

Love Jessie!!

Snappy Di said...

This is such a wonderful transformation of your kitchen! I'm in awe and so jealous of anyone that paints their cabinets.. I have a husband who will have nothing but wood and I'm truly sick of looking at wood cabinets. Paint is a much cheerier look in a kitchen.

Di

Lucy Designs said...

wow! just beautiful, so fresh and bright. I love the style of those corbels too!
What kind of paint/primer did u use for your cabinets?

Marie said...

Great work Janet. I can't believe you did all this yourself. Very, very nice. Thanks for sharing.

Hugs - Marie

Tania @ Carnoustie Lane said...

Great job! Your hard work paid off and it is so budget friendly! Congratulations and enjoy your 'new' kitchen!

Tania @ carnoustielane.blogspot.com

{northern cottage} said...

this is an amazing AFTER....fabulous! serious farmhouse love!

the beadboard and curvy corbels are wonderful!

www.northerncottage.blogspot.com

Hokie Grandma said...

Just found your blog and love it:) I had to share this makeover with my daughter who just bought their first home. I live just down the road from you - in Barboursville just north of Charlottesville. I'd love to know the name of the fabric store you bought those beautiful pieces of fabric from.

Bagladee said...

Oh my goodness its just so beautiful. You did such a fabulous job and I think it has more feeling to it than if you had brought someone in to do it for you.
Fancy popping over the pond and restyling mine ;)
Great job. Big pat on the back.
Hugs
Em x

jennasaurus said...

Those photos look like something out of a magazine... so lovely!

Maria Killam said...

Your kitchen is fabulous! I would consider a quartz countertop in a gray shade to coordinat with your walls. Or white with a yellow glass backsplash to coordinate with the yellow accents.
Beautiful!
Maria

SheilaG said...

Just found you- your kitchen is beautiful!

Mallory said...

Great job!! You kinda make me wish I did bead board instead of tile in my kitchen! Love it! Oh well, maybe the next house! I'm a new follower :)

Ashley said...

I'm swooning! Love at first sight! You did so wonderful and barley spent anything!

Grace @ Sense and Simplicity said...

Amazing. I love it. Thanks for letting me know about your kitchen. We have some similarities in our kitchens with the white paint (although I used gray on the lower cabinets) and beadboard backsplash. I love your yellow paint on the inside of the open cabinets. I've been trying to decide what to do with mine to finish them off, but think I'll go for something patterned. I do love the yellow though. Hard to decide. Thanks for the kitchen tour.

Jennifer Juniper said...

It turned out even better than I imagined!!! I've been on pins and needles waiting to see and it is truly fantastic :) So proud of you!

Bev Cannon said...

I love what you did with your kitchen! I am in the middle of a kitchen reno too. You have inspired me :)

The LadyBugs Garden said...

All I can say is OMG this kitchen is so beautiful Janet. I love all the light color cabinets and the bead board is just the right touch.
This kitchen will be calling you to cook everyday in her! OH and no Micowave I'm impressed!
xo
Stephanie

Lydia said...

Oh my God, this looks amazing!! So light and open! When I started to scroll down and just saw the first pic, I was like, uhh this looks exactly like the old kitchen... then I saw it was the "before" pic. Duh.

Julie said...

love it!!! I keep seeing so many white kitchens...maybe in a few more years, I have almond glazed custom cabinetry now!juliesfreshperspectives.blogspot.com

Natasha said...

You have done a wonderful job-congratulations on achieving your dream kitchen. Enjoy it!

Best wishes,
Natasha.

Kathie said...

Nicely done! Everything is so fresh and white, I love it. We've been without a microwave for almost 6 years and I don't miss it at all. Just one more thing to keep clean.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

This is a WOW for sure. I love the bright white and yellow. This really makes me want to paint my kitchen. I have brought home some samples and just trying to decide what color. It has been green long enough. Going neutral. I hope you will add a link back to my party! Thanks for joining.

angelfitch said...

I can't begin to tell you how much I love the corbels and the sink skirt! My 2 fav items! I am bouncing back and forth between beadbear and board & baten for my kitchen. I wonder if I can do both...hmmm...LOL! You are very inspiring!
Thanks for sharing!
~Terry
http://mossandclover.blogspot.com

Bethany said...

I came over here from Tea Rose Home. I have no words for this. Other than "I want your kitchen."

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

Let me join the chorus and sing, gorgeous! What a transformation and on such a small budget. You're amazing girl! Just found your lovely blog via Spring Fling party. I'm your newest follower and would be delighted to have you follow me back!
Enjoying browsing around and being inspired!
Tammy

Robin said...

This is a happy, happy, happy kitchen! I love your style...great job!
xoxo
I'm grinning from ear to ear!
Robin

kara@elements-interiors.net said...

I LOVE this!! I would love for you to share it at my Linky Party!

*ENTER LINKY PAR-TAY Here! *

xoxokara

Marianne said...

Beautiful I absolutely love your kitchen. Great ideas too and color choices. Thank you for sharing.

April@ Natural Nester said...

Wow Wow Wow Wow!! You did such an amazing job! I can't wait to explore your blog and see what else you've come up with! :)

PS: I'm here from Get Your Craft on.

american girl primitives said...

I have a very dark kitchen so you've inspired me. I would love white cabinets. Mine are more of a cherry finish. I love the little details underneath the cabinet and I like the yellow accents. With the island and shelf the black really anchors the room too.

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

You should be proud of your kitchen redo. I love how you used yellow with grey. But the most clever thing I saw was how you put a magnetic towel holder on your refrig. I think I'll do the same to mine.
http://cottageatthecrossroads.com

BEACH BUNGALOW said...

Looks beautiful, Janet!

I think I have kitchen envy, lol!

Sue @ Beach Bungalow
xo

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

Phenomenal change!! It's gorgeous! What is the name of the wall color?

Martina said...

GORGEOUS!!! I LOVE absolutely everything about it and I love all the little finishing details you added. I love white cabinets in a kitchen, mine are white to and I love them. I am actually going to paint my island black like yours and the hubby is going to add beadboard for me. GREAT JOB, Martina

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Love it! So nice and bright. It looks like a different kitchen. I know it must have been a TON of work, but now you get to enjoy it for years and years. Fabulous job!

Connie said...

Take a bow! You've pulled of a transformation. It's wonderful.

Honey at 2805 said...

Whoa! A fabulous transformation! Your hard work certainly paid off.

Beth said...

Wow Wow Wow!!! Congrats! Love the apron hanging up : )

Itchin' Stitchin' said...

Janet this is beautiful - What a wonderful way to show people how they can transform a room.

BJ said...

Absolutely fabulous kitchen. I love white kitchens and I love what you did with yours. Love the beadboard, the black painted island, and the corbels. Awesome job.

Jennifer said...

Wow! What a dramatic difference! I am also painting my maple cabinets white. I removed all the dishes, shelves and doors so far. It took me a whole day to do that! Be honest, how difficult is it? No turning back now so I can handle it! LOL! You did a great job and made me excited to get mine finished. Found you over at Shabby Chic Cottage.
Jen

Pattie said...

Janet, just found your blog from the shabby chic cottage, Love your kitchen and I know how you feel.. I'm your newest follower, love your blog and look forward to getting to know you. come visit my blog when you have a min.

Pattie

LaDonna said...

I love love love this transformation. It is absolutely stunning. I adore white cabinets in a kitchen. If the ones in my house weren't so brand new I'd paint mine. thank you for sharing on the Shabby Chic Cottage party!!!

Heaven's Walk - said...

Janet .... this post left me speechless! What a great job, girl!! Amazing! And kudos to you for doing it yourself, too! :) You are quite the inspiration to all of us "white cabinet wannabees" out here. lol! I'm saving this post for future kitchen projects at Heaven's Walk!

xoxo laurie

Sachiko said...

Wow, amazing makeover!! Thank you for linking to my party!

The Uncluttered Lifestyle said...

WHAT!!!! That's incredible... WOW!

Barbara in TN said...

Your kitchen transformation actually took my breath away.....exactly the look I want for my kitchen! Have been stewing over doing this for ages - guess I just need to 'bite the bullet' & get after it. Wish you had email subscription to your blog as I don't want to miss a thing you write! You rock!
Barbara in TN

Hi, I'm Suz!! said...

Found you through your link at Primitive & Proper. LOVE THIS - - are you SURE this is the same kitchen?? Truly AMAZING and what an inspiration! LOVE the corbels. LOVE THEM!! And WOWZER - girl you can PAINT!!

Hugs ~~ Suz
www.inspiringcreativeness.blogspot

Tweed Delights said...

Wow Janet! What a treat to see your amazing new kitchen! You rock, lady :)
Alison x

Happy Homemaker UK said...

Wow, wow, wow! This looks amazing. Am I looking at a magazine?! Love the yellow inside the cabinets too - so cheery :) XOL

queenbee1994 said...

Awesome transformation. The kitchen looks amazing! I love the touches of yellow. I am in the midst of a kitchen redo at the moment this really inspires me to keep on going.

Tammy @ Type A said...

you kitchen is gorgeous. love how it turned out! i have a party going on if you'd like to link up.

http://typeadecorating.blogspot.com/2011/03/anything-goes-party-7.html

Tammy @ Type A said...

thanks so much for sharing this at my party. i love the open cabinets and how you painted the indside yellow. very fresh.

this blessed nest said...

you have EVERY reason to be proud. OMGOODNESS it's wonderful!

i'm so thinking of diving in my kitchen for the month of april or may. i even want to paint my countertops.

may i ask where you found the corbels? i love them.

thank you so much for linking up to the SPRING FLING!

have a super day!
kellie

Judy said...

You did a really amazing job. I can't believe the budget. I host a link party each Wednesday. I hope you stop by and link this up. Hope to see you there.

alison said...

this looks fabulous! what a transformation...it doesn't even look like the same space as the 'before' photo...i would love for you to share this on my fridays unfolded linky tomorrow...now following too.

blessings,

alison
stuff and nonsense

Umm Mymoonah said...

Wow! What a transformation, you really have worked hard . I love this bright white stuff. The tea bag box which you have painted also looks beautiful.

Creating Amazing Meals said...

How incredibly beautiful! I love the attention to detail - and, you're right - it's cheerier & brighter. What a lovely accomplishment!

Sharon said...

Your kitchen is wonderful. I had to scroll back up to see if it was the same kitchen!
Hubby and I are going to do a budget makeover on ours in May, so I'm going to bookmark this page for inspiration. Thank you.

Jimmy said...

Beautiful!! Love it and love the idea of the beadboard under the cabinets! Will use that in our kitchen remodel and bathroom!! :) Beautiful home!!

Pam @ Our Adventures in Home Improvement said...

Your new kitchen looks FABULOUS! I love the attention to detail that you show in every part of it!

Great job!

Can I ask where you got your bird nest towels?

Have a great day.
Pam

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

You have accomplished a lot! Great transformation. Love the attention to detail in the trim.

Pamela said...

Beautiful kitchen!!
I just love white kitchens they are my favourite!
Love your double ovens too!!

Pamela :)

Lynn Richards said...

My goodness!
I just kept going back and forth, back and forth between the before and after pictures. This is one of the most dramatic kitchen re-do's ever!!! You really outdid yourself.
xo
lynn

VintageWhimsy said...

I'm new to following your blog, but I'm so hooked! This kitchen is beautiful! It's so funny that I happened upon your post, because I just finished painting my kitchen white and yellow too!! How funny. Happy I found your space. :)

Lisa

http://chicmagnifique.blogspot.com

Jodi said...

It's beautiful, I love all the detail! I just finished painting my kitchen and cabinets, it's alot of work, but so worth it. I love the corbels, I really wanted to do that to mine, but didn't get it done.

Great Job!
Jodi

Created Amiably said...

I am in love with your kitchen!! I LOVE White cabinets it is amazing how much they can change the feel of the room! GREAT JOB!!

Marnie said...

Looks fantastic, what a great job! Can you fly to Australia and do my kitchen next?
x Marnie {3pickles}

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

Found you at MMS...this kichen is an inspiration to me! Its beyond terrific, I have to do this to my kitchen, and I love the corbels and beadboard and just about everything you did. I know you are in heaven...

Agatha said...

wow fabulous, you did a great job!! I love it.

At The Picket Fence said...

Oh my goodness! I have to get my sister to come over here! She is wanting to do this to her kitchen and she is going to flip out. You did an absolutely fabulous job and everything is so gorgeous! All the details give it that custom look and you put so much charm and personality into it. Thank you so much for linking this up to Inspiration Friday this week...we are thrilled to have you partying with us! :-)
Vanessa

Mary said...

How fantastic. I love a gal with vision. You did a fantastic job. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Charlotte said...

I love it. You did a great job with all the work your put into this room. Congratulations.
Also, I got rid of my microwave last year and the only time I have missed it was when I needed to soften some butter. I also got rid of my electric can opener and toaster.

stefanie said...

oh, its gorgeous!!!! what a difference, I bet you are sooooo proud of yourself!!!

Emily {WhipperBerry} said...

Janet this is stunning! What a great transformation! I am so glad you came and joined our party. I love seeing great moments like this. I bet you deserve a vacation! Thanks for linking up!

Jennifer Rizzo said...

Amazing amazing job! All of that hard work paid off!

The Hopeless Romantic said...

What a beautiful job uve done on the kitchen! The before and after's are night and day...I love the after's the most, lol. The mix of the black and the white is just enuff....Mr. Romantic and i will be tackling the kitchen soon, so thanks so much for the inspiration..........ur latest follower, Bonnie

Janet said...

Wow! Well done! I'm so glad that my print has found a home in your gorgeous kitchen.

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Goodness honey I bet you do enjoy walking into this new kitchen in the mornings. It is just so lovely. Hard to believe what hard work and determination can bring you in the end.
So happy it turned out this lovely.
Love
Maggie

Mariaelena said...

WOW!!!...you did a GREAT job....What a beautiful kitchen you have now....Good for you!!!..and congrats on doing it yourself. What pride you can take in this project...I hope you enjoy it for years to come....
Please visit my new blog and follow along if you'd like...I am also a huge do it yourselfer...
happy weekend,
Mariaelena

TidyMom said...

Stunning!!! I bet you just smile every time you walk in there!!

Our really empty nest said...

wow wow wow, what an amazing job, you have inspired me, and I have added pics of your room to my online folder of inspirational kitchens, someday, i will go white too!! Thanks for sharing, Sue

Shibby Shab Lu said...

I am sooooooooooo inspired!!! I will do this project before the end of the year!!! Thank you for reminding me that creativity doesn't need to be used for just furniture!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Wow, great job! I love to see kitchens done on such a tight budget. You've totally transformed that space, love it!

koralee said...

I love the results.....wow...I so want your kitchen! xoxoxoxox

Frances Tyrrell said...

This is terrific! I love what you have done with the beadboard and the corbels, also the white and the yellow contrast(what type of paint did you use?... going back to reread the details now). Beautiful.

❀ JoAnne said...

Hi Janet-Thanks so much for visiting my blog. I started to leave a comment yesterday but got sidetracked by certain little ones - for some reason they think I should help them with their school projects! : ) Just wanted to let you know that I love, love, love your kitchen. So beautiful. One of my all time favorites! The colors are so fresh and pretty. Your hard work really paid off!

Line said...

Great job! You did what (& more than that!) I fear to do!
A question though: apparently, you didn't paint the countertop nor the top of the island, why?
Have a lovely day!

janet said...

**Reply to Line's question about why I did not paint my countertops.
My countertops are a cream speckled formica and they are in perfect shape. My ultimate goal is replace them with something either grey or black. I haven't decided what kind of counter I want yet...still shopping. Also I am NOT a fan of painting kitchen counters. Most products are very messy and quite Toxic (read the warnings on the labels...good grief!)
So for now the formica stays...and I can live with that ;-)
Thanks for your question Line!

Janet xox

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

Your kitchen only confirms how much I want to paint our cabinets. Love the beadboard backsplash and yellow! It's light, bright and beautiful! Nice work!

Tammy @ Type A said...

i featured you this week! http://typeadecorating.blogspot.com/

kara@elements-interiors.net said...

Thank you for linking up this great post last week! {Im a lil behind, eeekk!}

Its party time AGAIN!!! xoxokara



*ENTER LINKY PAR-TAY Here! *

Anonymous said...

I just found your blog! Another wonderful inspirational blog! Wow, I feel like someday I will hopefully have time to be as crafty and awesome as you! Your new kitchen is my dream kitchen! I love everything about it! :) I really must start making myself be artsy and crafty. It runs in my family but I can't seem to focus my artistic energy! :) oh well. I guess I will just have to keep looking to such as you for inspiration and ideas. Maybe when these cute babies of mine will stop falling asleep in my lap I will.

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Hi...this is incredible. I found you at Favorite Paint Colors...she just posted your kitchen. About half way through the post my jaw was dropping to the floor. You should be so proud of yourself! I'm getting ready to start a small kitchen reno. I would love to do the corbels like yours but I don't think I can make it work with my cabinets. You were also very lucky to have concealed hinges. Mine are exposed and I just don't know what to do with them. I'm following you and will be back to check out more of your blog. Nice to meet you ~ Ann

kara@elements-interiors.net said...

So creative! Love this post...thank you for linking up to Whassup Wednesday! Hope to see you tomorrow:)

xoxokara

EZY4U Hosting said...

I am so inspired. Great work

Gillian Layne said...

Dearly love everything about this warm, friendly kitchen, and thanks so much for sharing all the details. :)

Tammy said...

I am so copying your kitchen. Love it!
Tammy

Emily said...

This is my first visit to your site, and it's very inspiring! My hubby and I just bought a house, and your kitchen renovations have given me some ideas for our kitchen. Thank you!

http://thenetznest.blogspot.com/

bradley said...

janet, you have really made such a difference, you must be so proud of yourself. great job!

Gina said...

Found your blog from Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality. So glad I did - what a gorgeous transformation AND for less than $500 - you certainly inspired me!!

Remodelaholic said...

THIS IS FABULOUS! I am really loving the pops of yellow.

Would you like to come and do a special guest post about this over at Remodelaholic? I would love to have you, if you are interested let me know, and I will give you the details!

Cassity

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You did a wonderful job! Everything looks fantastic. I have the same cabinets and for several years have been doing other projects and procrastinating painting my kitchen cabinets (and white is my top choice). I too have white appliances and think it is tricky to get cabinets that look white and not dirty next to the white appliances. Can you share what the cabinet paint color was. Any tips on painting? I have read all the blogs, DIY sites etc.... But I LOVE your idea of having the beadboard on the kickplate as well. I will be doing that when I get around to it.
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Went to the home page of your blog and now see that you stock Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! Would you recommend I continue with the chalk paint for the kitchen cabinets? What color(s) would look good with the almond appliances? Or should I switch to a latex paint? Thanks so much.

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I don't really know how I found you blog but I think it was from Pinterest and aprons!! Go figure! But you have truly inspired me to remodel my kitchen. Your kitchen is just like mine and this is the look I've wanted for the last 2-3 yrs. My husband kept thinking we couldn't paint our wood cabinets but after showing him yours and some others he's convinced the cabinets CAN be painted. Your kitchen is lovely. Have you made any updates over the last year?
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