Last week I showed you how The Coral Cottage kitchen looked "before" in this post. After the drywall went up, the walls were primed and painted by Horton Remodeling. Jane Coslick and I chose a pretty, watery blue called Bouyant Blue SW 6483--it's a
Sherwin Williams color.
Then our kitchen cabinets were installed by Jamestown Designer Kitchens of Savannah. They were the least expensive kitchen cabinets available in the store but they seem
well-made and I am pretty happy with them!
Here are the "before and after" pictures:
|After--gotta love that shiny counter edge!|
Can you see the shiny edge on the counter top? It looks kinda retro diner-ish. Jamestown Designer Kitchens suggested it and made it. This kitchen is small so it wasn't expensive but it adds a lot of zip, don't you think?
Here's another view of the kitchen from a different angle:
|After--doesn't the white look pretty against the blue?|
It's starting to take shape! Flooring and appliances--here we come!
I think it looks a lot bigger with the light colors instead of the dark wood. Nice!ReplyDelete
It is amazing what paint can do!Delete
Really nice!! Blue makes it look clean & bright!ReplyDelete
Thanks Becky--this cottage has lots of windows and the light is beautiful in it. The blue and white help reflect it nicely.Delete
It looks so crisp and clean. I can't wait to see that stove in there. Good job!ReplyDelete
Picture is coming up soon!Delete