Here’s my kitchen in all her 1970’s glory. We decided to close up that door that you see above, which went out to the living room. That gave me a huge wall to add a bank of cabinets that I totally love now.
And this is the sink side. Pretty sad and pathetic, but we gutted it all and started from scratch and I got a beautiful Ikea kitchen of my dreams.
Much better, don’t you think? I was so happy to see this space come together into a pretty and functional kitchen for me to enjoy.
These 4 pull out drawers really hold a lot of things and I don’t have to crawl inside base cabinets anymore to find something.
I added some pretty rustic reclaimed shelves which is a gorgeous focal point to my kitchen too and love them to pieces.
A granite sink and oil rubbed bronze faucet complete the sink side.
I also opted for cream subway tile and gray grout.
I love my kitchen so much!
The island I brought from my old house and it was a handmade piece that luckily I had room for. I did repaint it to better match my gray in the kitchen. The chevron rug is from Ballard Designs.
I’ve been in my house for a year now and am so content and happy with it. It’s been so much fun to make it my own and to really enjoy living here every day. The kitchen is just a warm place to hang out and cook and I really do enjoy it so much. Thanks again, Kim, for letting me share my favorite room in my house. I’ve got lots of fun room transformations in this house and the kitchen was a big one for me.
Thank you, Rhoda for sharing your beautiful kitchen here today. I am so glad that I was able to see it in person, at your open house.
Okay, y'all unless you have been living under a rock you are most likely familiar with Southern Hospitality, but if you are one of a mere few who this blog is new to then go on over and say hi to Rhoda and enjoy more of her cute home.
Miss any past favorite rooms? See them all here.
I hope y'all have a super weekend!