Happy Tuesday, ladies! Yep, I’m still in Dallas at the LTK conference, having a ball! But I fly back home on Wednesday, and I don’t have any upcoming trips, which is nice since it seems like I’ve been on the road for the past six to eight weeks. This girl is tired! Today is a fun post as I’m sharing My Redecorated Kitchen.
The mini renovation wasn’t planned, but now that it’s finished, I’m glad I embarked on the project that started with a refrigerator and then morphed into a redo. So, to give you a bit of the backstory, I have wanted a new refrigerator since I moved into the house seven years ago. There wasn’t anything particularly wrong with the fridge, but it wasn’t serving my purposes. And the hilarious thing is the refrigerator actually conked out on me once the kitchen refresh was underway. Guess which appliance I still don’t have? Correct! The refrigerator has been scheduled three times thus far and has been pushed back as many times. Good grief!
Today, Beth features her redecorated kitchen and a casual fall outfit
The outfit and the kitchen details are shoppable via text widgets
With or without the fridge (I have one downstairs, so not wholly SOL), I’m thrilled with how my kitchen turned out, and so are my photographer and videographer! The updated room is much easier to photograph because it’s lighter and brighter. The appliances are Café Elite, and I’m thrilled I have a double oven again. The bottom oven has an air fryer option that I love, love, love! And I have a gas cooktop complete with griddle. I kept the original cabinets and flooring but had the cabinets painted in Coventry Gray. The countertop is Calcutta Gold Polished Silestone, and the backsplash is white subway tile. The walls were painted Shoji White.
I replaced the original upper cabinets with open shelving a year and a half ago. The original cabinets were so low that I could not place (or use) any of my appliances, like my Kitchen-Aid mixer. But I love open storage; the shelving is the perfect spot to store my dishes and glassware.
In addition to the kitchen refresh, I hired a professional organizer to streamline the entire space, including my laundry room and catch-all closet located downstairs. Hemma Professional Organizer did an a-ma-zing job! Now, everything has a space, and everything has a place. I love it.