Friday, June 8, 2012

Farmhouse Kitchen Reveal


Hey my sweet friends!
Finally, after several weeks of tearing-out, building, painting and
more painting….
our kitchen is ready for viewing :)
new kitchen sink area
Today, I’m just going to show you photos, with no explanation…
and over the next week, I’ll come back with before/after photos.
At that time I will also give details to our paint colors, additions,
and changes we made.
new kitchen barn door
new kitchen black scale
new kitchen buffet
new kitchen chippy columns
new kitchen countertops
new kitchen farm sink
new kitchen faucet
new kitchen herb rack
new kitchen fridge area
new kitchen hutch
new kitchen pail of flowers
new kitchen scale on table
new kitchen vent hood
new kitchen view from mudroom
new kitchen hutch oven side
Well, as you may have noticed, we still have to add our vintage
screen door to replace the pantry door.  We also have a little trim
to attach and paint.
If you’d like to know something specific, leave your question
in the comment section, and I’ll try to answer everyone in
my next post :)
Thanks so much for sticking with me through the kitchen remodel!
We are really enjoying everything about our new kitchen!
I’ll be joining these parties:
Blessings

112 comments:

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

HOLY MOLY Becky!!! It is stunning and fantastic!!!~
You guys did an incredible job!!! I wish my kitchen was that gorgeous!!
I have to go back and stare at your photos a little longer.
Have a lovely weekend.
Sincerely,
Melinda

A Thrifted Market said...

Stunning!! How did you hang that frame under the vent a hood? Is this a old farmhouse or made to look old? Either way I love it!! Great job! Wow!!

It's me said...

Wowwwww...i am speechless what a great kitchen.....love it all !!!.....xxx..

Carey's Farmhouse Kitchen said...

Love it! Especially the way you mixed the texture of the worn and white cabinets! I love all the white. Can't wait to hear more :-)

Debra @ Common Ground said...

It's wonderful, you have so much display space! my fave touch is the grain sack curtains under that great sink!

Arlene said...

It is gorgeous!! It is magazine worthy. I feel as if I've visited France again. It's very similar to the kitchen remodel I did. You can see it here
http://fortheloveofit2.blogspot.com/2011/07/kitchen-remodel.html
and added details (light fixture and door) in following posts.
I have always loved your large scales and just recently purchased an old scale like yours. I love you kitchen!!!!!

traci said...

wow rachel. it is GORGEOUS!!! lots and lots of inspiration. thanks for sharing. i am going to look back through them a few more times.

bayrayschild said...

OMG! Everthing is so BEAUTIFUL!!!
I'll be coming back to look again and again!

Thanks for sharing,
Audrey

Ceekay-Thinkin of Home/Doublewide Decor said...

LOve it...I especially like the way you hung your curtains with the feeders...that is neat!

toves sammensurium said...

Wow.I don't even have words...this transformation is fantastic and beyond every dream.Love the vintage details and how you've incorporated everything.A masterpiece.I am drop dead jealous;)
Tove:)

Emily@TheWickerHouse said...

So many great little touches in this Kitchen. I just can't stop looking around. Love it!

A Primitive Place ~ Tammy said...

OMGoodness!
Beyond words amazing.
I love everything but just to name a few...
The farmhouse sink and the posts on each side!
So creative.
The mason jars above the window and how you have them displayed.
The vent above the stove!
Oh I could go on and on!!!
Now heading back up to look some more.
Thanks so much for sharing and looking forward to your details.
Hugs,
Tam

Dorothy said...

You have a great looking kitchen, I just love the ideas you come up with..love it ..:)..one question, was the two piece cabinet hard to do? and was those pieces found together or attached, they look like they belong together ..gotta get one started or find one of those for my kitchen..

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

Becky, I love everything about it! Beautifully done!

I especially love the scales, blue jars, chicken wire, oh I could go on and on...

Have a great weekend.
Pam

Linda said...

I'm in love! Wonderful kitchen that's I'd love to have.
Linda

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

Gorgeous, beautiful Becky!!!
Stunning in every way, I love what you've done!

Esther said...

What a great kitchen. The colours, the materials ánd the way you've decorated it. Love to see the jelly jars again.

Wild Oak Designs said...

Totally scrumpdelicious!!
Love the touches I see...ie chick feeder as a valance...grain sack, old wood etc.....
Nancy
http://wildoakdesigns.blogspot.com

Karen said...

Its gorgeous. love the sink and the range hood is amazing. Everything is just fantastic!

Amy Kinser said...

It is just beautiful...every single detail. You guys did an amazing job and I know you are so thrilled it is done. (almost done)

You know that I love everything you touch!

Stacey said...

Ack! Way too many things that I love to mention!! Especially the shelf above the sink window with the symmetrically arranged jars! Love the color amidst the white! And those old ice cream churners....I've been drooling over them in my mind lately, ha! I'm having a vintage ice cream party for my daughter's bday in July and I remembered that you had some that would be PERFECT for my party!! I wish I knew where to find some-that wouldn't kill my budget!! :)

It's all absolutely spectacular!! Great job!! And thanks for sharing!!

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

I am kind of crazy in love with your kitchen !! Oh my goodness it is to die for !

THE FARMHOUSE PORCH said...

This is going to end up in a magazine, I just know it!!! It is PERFECT!
Great job. It's a showstopper!
♥Linsey

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

Absolute farmhouse perfection Becky. Look forward to hearing more about it.

I'd love it if you'd consider sharing this at Shabbilicious Friday :)

Chrissy...The Apothecary Shop said...

I would like to say something.....but my jaw is on the floor and I am unable to speak..................................................................................oh my gosh........you are the best of the best......can I come over??????? Love every detail and am going back for more..hats of to you guys!!!!! x0x0x

Shabby soul said...

Darling Becky your kitchen is exacrtly my dream.
Every thing is simply pefect!Love that courtains, and all the old woods!
Silvia

KarenSue Farash said...

OMGoodness Becky! We are getting ready to do our kitchen and you have inspired me!!
Beautiful!

pballard said...

Love it all Becky.. I wouldnt want to leave the kitchen... Great job....Thanks for sharing.. I so admire the scale...

JoAnne Weisser said...

Total gorgeousness ~ so much inspiration! Wonderful job and beautiful photos, too!!

Alicia said...

wow!! so beautiful!! pinning this right now for inspiration later!!

Jennifer Rizzo said...

It's gorgeous ! I love how u used Texas vintage finials. Just beautiful and bright!

Jennifer Rizzo said...

That should be just vintage ballusters and finials. I hate auto correct!

Jenny said...

Oh Becky it is absolutely gorgeous! My favorite part is the skirted sink. That is exactly what I'm planning to do with mine, only my grainsack has black stripes instead of red....I'm still painting the cabinets at this point though! Thanx so much for sharing your beautiful kitchen :)

xoxo
jenny

Heaven's Walk said...

Beautiful, Becky! That kitchen is just so YOU! I love it! I'm swooning over that sink skirt! :) Can hardly wait to hear the stories that I'm sure you have!

xoxo laurie

raggygirlvintage said...

Becky it is so perfect in that lovely imperfect farmhouse kitchen way:-) Love all the little touches and attention to detail.
Tracey

Michele Alger said...

For me, this is the apitomy of eye candy! I love your kitchen and feel so inspired. I'll be coming back for more!!!

Kristin @ Simply Klassic Home said...

My goodness. Absolutely stunning! There is so much I would love to see in my own kitchen...well pretty much everything actually!!

Lululiz said...

This really is a dream kitchen. I don't think I would ever want to come out of there, it is such a beautiful room.

Spring Hill Farm said...

Beautiful! I especially love the screen photo/pin board. How did you make it?

Danielle said...

Lovely! Love all the details - the chippy paint, recycled wood, blue glass ball jars. Love it all!

chateau chic said...

Your kitchen is wonderful! Love the way you used architectural detail and all your great vintage treasures to give it a farmhouse feel. Fabulous!
Mary Alice

Anne said...

Becky,
Your kitchen looks amazing!!!!!! Love that stove hood.Can't wait to see the screen door pantry.Beautiful!!!!!!
(((((Hugs))))
Anne

Lynn @ UpCountry Olio said...

Wowzer! I am kinda out of words to describe how amazing that kitchen is! Love the jars over the sink!

Jessie May said...

Oh my goodness, your kitchen is beautiful! Thanks for sharing your lovely photos, very inspiring :)

Fresh Vanilla For C said...

LOVE IT!!!! Theres nothing more to say!!!
Have a fantastic weekend
~Cheryl

Shannon said...

What a gorgeous kitchen. I love the range hood and the supports beside the kitchen sink! So many elements are so beautiful!
xo,
Shannon - aka design

Tracey said...

Incredible Becky!!! You really did an amazing job!!! I LOVE all of your vintage touches...fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

xo

:) T

Ivy and Elephants said...

The kitchen turned out amazing! Love all the vintage ascessories and unexpected touches that make it fabulous. The screen door will just be the icing on the cake!
We'd love to have you share it at our linky party, hope you can make it!
Hugs,
Patti

Lee Caroline said...

Absolutely fabulous, you must be so excited to use it and worth the mess, the paint and the wait to get it looking like this.

I am jumping on the bandwagon to email you and see if I can share with my readers they will absolutley love this style.

Photos are fabulous, your getting better and better with your photography, I am still saving for my DSLR, hence not shared my home properly yet.

Lee ☺

Stephanie said...

I love it all, but especially everything about your farmhouse sink!!

melissa @ daisymaebelle.com said...

Found you via Funky Junk. Love your kitchen! So many great ideas in there! I am your newest linky follower!

Jocie@TheBetterHalf said...

Wow I love it! i can't wait to see the before pix!

We are running a Before and After Link party to support Habitat for Humanity, with a chance to be featured on other big blogs and win gift cards. Would love if you entered! http://www.oneprojectcloser.com/2012-before-after-series/

Burlap Luxe said...

Hi Becky, thank you so very much for gracing my site with your visit and best your comment', I was just thinking of you, I. Was going to make a visit to you letting you know how much I loved your feature in SEcond Hand Treasures new magazine book, by Kay Simpson...it was amazing to see you. In it and knowing I visit you : )

Have a beautiful Sunday many blessings, excited to see what's next for your beautiful flea market style farmhouse.

Fondly,
Dore
Xoxo

Mrs. Sutton said...

Oh my goodness, there is just SO much to love here! The sink and the curtain beneath, the work bench, the bottle holder - indeed - ALL of the fabulous accessories!! I've just found you from England, and I can tell that you are going to become one of my daily transatlantic reads! LOVE it ALL!
best wishes,
Paula xxx

Lana @whatsthestorymorninglory said...

Love the kitchen. My favorite things are the kitchen sink with the skirted bottom, I love the island and all the beautiful accessories you have in the room make it look fabulous.

Whimsey Creations said...

It's fabulous Becky! You're making me drool all over my keyboard. Wow!

must love junk said...

I REALLY love your style! I'm your newest follower and would love for you to stop by my new blog and say hello :)
Susan

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Oh my sweet goodness!
Your kitchen is beautiful. You have pretty butcher block counters. I like the chippy architectural pieces you've added with the pristine white paint on the cupboards! It all works fantastic together.
so pretty.
Pat

Keeping it Cozy said...

Oh, Becky, this is so beautiful! I'm just in awe over every detail. My favorite is the farmhouse sink with that gorgeous curtain... what a perfect place to do dishes... and that barn light! Love it! The screen door will be the perfect finishing touch. Can't wait to read all the details!

Dori at The Red Feedsack said...

I love your kitchen - it is amazingly beautiful. My daughter, Andrea (from keepingitcozy.blogspot.com) and I got to meet your friend, Amy, over the weekend. I heard all kinds of awesome things about you and LOVED the table that your husband built for Amy! Gorgeous. Anyway, just wanted you to know that I have really enjoyed your blog - it is very inspiring!

A Shabby Moment in Time said...

I don't think my heart can take it!!! Truly! My jaw dropped wider with each scroll of the mouse. What an inspiration. I'm going back to drool some more and PIN PIN PIN!
Blessings & hugs,
Karen

Sharon @ mrshinesclass said...

Wow! Your kitchen is gorgeous. I love the soft, clean color palette, the textures, the vignettes...I really am in awe. Great job.

Sharon @ mrs. hines class

Anne Marie said...

I am NOT suprised I had to scroll all the way down to leave a comment!!!!!!! what an absolute perfect kitchen Becky - and you captured the pictures perfect - very well done - I can't wait to see more photos too

and I also can't wait to pin a few!!
xo+blessings,
Anne Marie
(seriously a wonderful design job)

AngelaECS at Number Fifty-Three said...

So many beautiful items I can't even pick what I like best. What a fantastic kitchen!

Rustic and White said...

I am green with envy. Your kitchen is my dream kitchen:o) Could you tell us where you got the farmhouse sink and how much it cost?

Thanks so much for sharing. I will be showing my husband what I want to do in our kitchen.

Carrie

Morning T said...

This is my third time back to check out your kitchen Becky- its just fabulous!! We are in the process of getting bids on a small kitchen redo ourselves. Counters, backsplash, apron sink, floors and pendant lights. Please share your sources on the counters and sink.
Thanks!!
T

lala said...

I am stunned - this makeover is absolutely beautiful!!!! Please send your kitchen photos to magazines - you should be on the cover!!!!

Art and Sand said...

Your kitchen is beyond beautiful. I am curious to read more about your makeover.

arrielle_p said...

This post was so design and very stylish! Beautiful designing this kitchen pf yours. Really enjoyed looking. :)

real estate ph

{northern cottage} said...

everytime I see this space - it just makes me RELAX AND SIGH! soooo completely lovely! I love every.single.little.element! xo

http://www.northerncottage.net

Anonymous said...

came across ur post on pinterest and want to know what brand your big apron sink is, I couldn't make out the words in the image.

French Farmgirl said...

Following you on Pinterest now. I have the same Handy Freeze ice cream mixer you have on this page. I bought it at Junk Salvation for flowers, but they told me it works so I'm thinking I'll make ice ream.

Susan said...

I'm visiting today through Layla's Summer Mantel Link Party!

Your kitchen is just gorgeous! I love everything about it!

Leanne said...

O,K,, one of my favorite reveals! You have inspired me for our kitchen reno. Love the farmhouse look and of course your use of burlap!

Geneva said...

Your kitchen is AMAZING! I love all the attention to detail...you guys didn't miss a thing! Great Job!
Blessings!
Geneva

time worn interiors said...

Your kitchen look amazing! I love all the crusty elements you've added! And that sink is awesome!
tot

Cathy said...

I love this kitchen! It just oooozes family and good things!! Good job!

gena said...

What a cozy and sweet kitchen you've created! I love the turquoise bottles above the window !

thanks for sharing,
gena

Gail said...

BEAUTIFUL! I LOVE the white curtains......where did you get them?

Welcome to our nest said...

Wow! Found this post from Pinterest - so glad I clicked through. Love this kitchen, it is gorgeous. I could spend all day in here! I do have a question about your countertops - are they treated? butcher block style or with a sealant? I am going to have mine refinished and trying to figure out what to do. They look a lot like yours.
Thanks for sharing - I think I'll go take a look around the rest of the site!

Anonymous said...

Where can I find a great wine rack like the one in your photo? Love your kitchen makeover!

Thanks,
cherimagee@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Absolutely love your kitchen!!!! It screams family, family, family.... So glad I ran across your pictures on Pinterest...What an amazing job you all did...

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oldevahomestead said...

Where did you get the material at the base of your sink? I love it! I like material that keeps its shape and it would be perfect for curtains. Your taste of less is more really keeps things simple and brings your antique pieces the attention they deserve. Thanks for opening up your home and inspiring many! Blessings, Judy C.

Joy@Thrifty Parsonage Living said...

Your kitchen looks beautiful! What a fantastic makeover! I'm a new follower to your blog. I'd love to have you come and visit me @ http://thriftyparsonageliving.blogspot.com/

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