Over the last couple years (yes it’s taken that long), I’ve slowly worked on my kitchen. Project after project the kitchen started to take shape.
If you haven’t followed along here’s what the kitchen looked like before the remodel.
First, I removed the wall that separates the kitchen from the dining room because the kitchen was crazy small. The pictures above show you just how small the kitchen really was.
I then added pallet wood to the back wall to create a farmhouse wall. After planking the wall with pallet wood, I painted the boards with white paint. Visit the farmhouse link to learn more.
Next using pallet wood, I built a rustic hood, cabinets, and faux brick backsplash.
Not all of the projects were made from pallet wood.
The countertops were built using 2 x 10’s and 2 x 8’s. I even made my own homemade wood filler using sawdust and wood glue.
The open shelving was also made using the same boards.
The cabinet on the left of the dishwasher is an old dresser I picked up from Goodwill. It first started out as an island but over time, it became an issue with my husbands ability to move about. If you would like to read about that project read Kitchen Island.
I’ll talk more about the dresser later.
What’s to come? Refaced lower cabinets, an old bookshelf turned cabinet, and many outdoor projects are on the to-do list. Oh, and a new cabinet paint job. Maybe. If I don’t change my mind, again.
So stay tuned for more transformations.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing the journey.
This project was shared with a few amazing parties.