T.G.I.A.F (Thank Goodness it’s almost Friday)!
Today, I wanted to share a tour of our kitchen. Our home is an original farmhouse built in the 1890’s – however, the kitchen was later added-on and remodeled in 2013. Since the work was done prior to us owning the house, we weren’t able to put our own touch on its overall style. However, we’ve worked with what we were blessed with, and I think we have really made it our own space!
Take a look for yourself. What is your favorite part of your kitchen? Share in the comments below! 🙂
We really needed more prep space, and we also wanted a kitchen island. However, the sheer cost & installation alone would have cost us an arm & a leg, so we got creative. I found this workman’s bench at antique shop – the top opens up and has room for all of my serving platters! Win, win!
This central light fixture was $60.00 from Ikea. It adds a fun, industrial focal point to the kitchen. After watching a YouTube video or two, my husband had it installed within minutes!.
I like to add vignettes to my counter tops to break up the empty spaces. The cutting boards were handmade by my late grandpa!
We purchased these cute, chic rugs from Target about a year ago. To say that the linoleum flooring the renovators chose is not my favorite is an understatement, but I didn’t want to be too distracting with a wild rug, so these were the perfect complement. Also, how cute is this faux ticking hand towel from HomeGoods?
I found this gorgeous, chippy sign about three years ago in a little antique shop. Before metal signs became all the rage, this wooden one really spoke to me. The wood is from an original white barn. I love how it brings life to an otherwise useless space!