If you want to see the entire series on my kitchen makeover, you might want to check out here and here!
Let's remind ourselves of where we came from to get this post started off right.
To see the chairs makeover and the dumpster dive armoire makeover, you can go here.
The rest were taken today. I am still loving my red chairs that I made over. You can read about that here.
Are you in love with my light fixture? Because I am. Big time. That was my twenty dollar score at Habitat for Humanity.
Ah, my dumpster dive dresser that I turned into an armoire. More about that transformation here.
I added beadboard to the back of the cabinets to add some interest, and to make my life more difficult. You know how much I love to complicate my life. (Color used on the upper cabinets is Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations Pure White, the bottom cabinets are Seaside. We didn't use any glaze on either.)
It took me a long time to get everything to my liking on those shelves. I texted pictures to my Mom and sister several times. This is what we ended up with. I love it. And maybe you don't believe me, but we use everything that you see (although granted the yellow teacups are used less frequently than other things.) :)
I added a walmart basket on top of the fridge for some extra hidden storage and for looks.
Blue patterned plates are plastic from Target, red stripe bowl from T.J. Max, cups from Ikea, small plates from thrift stores, teacups from a garage sale. I don't think people believe me when I tell them that I get my things for really cheap. It just takes time to collect. :)
Fake topiary also a must
The teacups were an Etsy find that my Mom bought for me a while back. I love them and will take them to my grave with me. They will have to pry them from my cold dead hands. There's a mental picture for ya. lol!