Thursday, December 14, 2006

Kitchen-Aid

Someday, we would love to put in a new kitchen with all of the modern amenities (such as a dishwasher & a garbage disposal), but for now, it will work just fine the way it is and it does have a cozy feel to it.
The kitchen was an easy room, not much plumbing or drywall needed, just some cosmetic touches. We painted the walls a buttercream yellow, removed the upper metal cabinets and replaced with open shelving, and removed the cabinet doors and hung curtains instead.
There are still a few things I would like to do, such as replace the tile countertop with something a little easier to clean, change out the lighting for some pendants, get a small portable island or cart, replace the faucet, and finish the Roman shade for the window over the sink.
But for now, it feels like home...







2 Comments:

Blogger Kim said...

Awww, I really love your kitchen! The open shelving is fabulous and very charming. You are right...so cozy!

10:42 AM  
Blogger senthil said...

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8:35 PM  

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