I finally got around to a project that has been driving me bonkers for some time. Now I have the perfect recipe organization system. Done. Promise. How do I know? I have finally hit all my requirements!
There is no question that painting kitchen cabinets is a big project, and it’s tempting to just slap some paint on them and be done. But if you want a paint job that will look great with a finish that will last, it’s best to take the time to do it the right way.
Today is a happy day! I am going to bask in a bit of the glory of achieving dreams and share a bit about our home and my happiest of places in it. It is a nice respite from all of the many (many!) projects we have going on simultaneously. Taylor from Porch.com asked me to share a place in my home that is truly special and why with the #loveyourhome series. But this doesn’t start with the kitchen…
I wanted to share a how I upgraded our dishwasher by covering it in stainless steel contact paper. In my thrifty DIY adventures, I wanted to match our fridge and the results are great!
I love to get my hands on a good DIY and this chalkboard is one of my new favorites. I used an inexpensive shadowbox frame and painted and stenciled it. Detailed tutorial included.
One of my goals was to get the pantry organized, tidy, and maybe a bit pretty. I hate, hate not being able to find something I need. It was also quite a chore as you will see! Product list and ideas included.
Kitchen Makeover Reveal – Dark Cabinets can still be in a light and airy kitchen. Blanco Granite, white marble backsplash, and cherry cabinets
Most designer kitchens are the brainchild of a singular mind. However, a couple can have very distinct and completely different opinions and styles. As Abe Lincoln once said, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” A meeting of the minds is in order before ever getting out the hammer. This is how we worked together to create harmony in our DIY kitchen renovation.
Kitchen Renovation, Part V Welcome to Ugly Picture Day! There should only be 1 more before the big reveal but today I want to share we added function to our kitchen in some huge ways. This is sort of roundup of all the small additions and changes we have made along the way in our […]
Replacing counter tops, sink, and other appliances yourself can save you a lot of money on a kitchen renovation. In fact, we saved almost $650 by removing the old countertops ourselves. This is the fourth counter top installation we have done for either ourselves or friends but the first granite installation. Removal of the existing […]
Today is all about adding a stone look to the kitchen island and breakfast bar using a product called Airstone. Airstone is a molded and painted faux stone that you can paste to most surfaces like a hearth or interior wall. It is called Airstone because it is basically made of cement that has little […]
Welcome to my Kitchen Renovation Series Part II! This week I am digging into the dirty to show you how we are transforming the kitchen Island to enlarge it and make a raised breakfast bar. If you haven’t seen the first post, here are all the plans for our kitchen makeover. So this is the […]