Finally the saga is over.
I never thought I could love a white kitchen.
I love a white kitchen.
After 10 years, we are finally out of "The Oak Cave". I can't believe this is my kitchen because I never thought I could live somewhere so pretty.
Come on in....
I had my grandmother's chandelier rewired. It's from the 1930's. For $45 I couldn't buy a new one!
We actually decided to REMOVE some cabinets and replace them with a hutch. The cabinets we had were really inefficient and just seemed to hold crap.
The light fixture over the sink is a thrift store find I made over.
And I do love our countertops. So far they are gorgeous and easy to take care of and environmentally and health friendly!
Thank you so much for your patience! I had a rough time with the lighting this morning so I hope the pictures show everything well enough. I'll be going over some of the details in another post, but for now, I just wanted to get the wait over!
It was quite the journey, but definitely well worth it! It helped we had the best contractor ever, he was fast, organized and sooo easy to work with. If you live in northern Illinois and need someone, Klaske construction does an amazing job.