Homestead Farm Kitchen Make over

So this post is long overdue!  I have been working with the homeowner for well over 1 year now.  We are constantly evolving and changing the decor based on the seasons.  I feel so blessed to be working with such a great family, who pretty much give me free reign.  I must start with the before kitchen photo so you can see the big changes we made.

Before photo of the kitchen/dining room.

Before photo of the kitchen/dining room.

As you can see in the before pic of the kitchen, the bones were good.  The appliances were very unique and high end.  The Cabinets were custom built.  The floors were oak, but had a very strong orange hue to them so that is something I wanted to change up. 

There was quite a bit of paint used in this project.  The cabinets were sprayed black from the original green collar.  The island was painted "Sugar Cookie" from Benjamin Moore.  Sugar Cookie was our go-to colour for the shiplap, trim, Island and kitchen floors.  I wanted to keep it uniform.

I love setting a tablescape to bring the whole project together.  It makes the space feel put together.  When I get to this job, I never want to leave because it feels so homey here.

 I love the original appliances that my client already had.  We purchased the antique table from Bloomfield Antiques, in Sussex.  The cute little deer plates were purchased from Pier 1.  I think they just add character.  The great rug was purchased from Ikea.

I love how this turned out.  The views of the river from the great windows in this location can not be appreciated through the lens.  Stay tuned for more reveals of this project.