Hi all! I am up to my ears in kitchen designs, and it's so fun to see them all come together. It's not always easy for clients to watch their kitchen look worse before it gets better; but it is always worth it in the end! There is a lot happening this week so I combined the projects into collages to help you keep them straight.
This #thornapple kitchen is a local client who knew she didn't want to move out of their house but could not stand their kitchen any longer. We changed the lighting, painted all the cabinets, painted the walls, added a backsplash, hardware, moldings, and faucet. Once everything is installed I'll do a true "before and after" post. It's quite a difference!
This #rockfordkitchen client (I put those hashtags on here in case you'd like to follow along on instagram: abbyminteriors.) has a beautiful home! But they have lived there nearly 10 years and they're ready for some updating. We are leaving the wood cabinets as is, but getting new appliances, staining the floors, changing the lighting, adding a backsplash, new stone counter on the island, painting the walls and painting the island. Oh! And possibly new bar stools and window treatments. :-) Below is our color plan. I know it may look like too much blue, but it has a grey undertone and looks very rich against all of her brown cabinets and furnishings.
This #rockfordreno project is huuuuge. Tracy, the photographer from this post is gutting her kitchen/dining room and changing the living room. Like 12 foot island huge. There is so much demo happening right now that I'm not even going to share pictures of that mess. But this week we did decide on some lighting and finalized the runner for their stairs. It's going to look fab with charcoal banding.
Finally, #kitchenfancy got their crown molding and their gorgeous granite. If you love the look of marble but prefer granite, I highly recommend Colonial White. It's beautiful.
We're still waiting for their backsplash and appliances, but they're on their way!
There are more client updates from this week, but true to the title, I'm sticking with just the kitchens. Thank you so much for following along!
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