I’m super excited to bring you 11 beautiful DIY kitchen hacks on a budget today! This is a new series I will be taking part in where us bloggers will be sharing everything DIY once a month, this months topic is kitchens! A big thanks so Julie from Redhead Can Decorate for inviting me along! So if you are new here, welcome! Our kitchen was the very first thing I posted on my blog 6 years ago, wow does time fly! It was a project my husband and I were extremely proud of and has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens. Now, if you walked into my kitchen today, you sadly won’t see the same kitchen that I’m sharing with you today, I’ll explain later in the post.
We all know that space, Sarah Richard’s beautifully decorated kitchen with the fabulous patterns and colors that make for the perfect area for talking, laughing, eating and sharing. Realistically, we can’t all afford top of the line everything, thank goodness for all the great products that Decor Planet sells for reasonable prices!
Whether your kitchen is small or large, it is the heart of the home. It is where the meals are created and memories are made. I will admit, come 6:30 in the morning I’m not so happy making eggs or toasting bagels, cleaning up and repeating many times throughout the day. However, come evening when we can all gather as a family, relax and talk about our day, nothing makes me happier. The boys are also of an age where they actually enjoy eating what I cook, good bye to the days of making grown up meals and kids meals. Do you realize I now actually love to cook dinners because I get to see our boys enjoying what has been put in-front of them, it truly warms my heart!
Do you know how long I have been waiting for this day to jump up and down with joy and shout from the top of my lungs THE KITCHEN IS DONE!!! It has been a LONG 22 months since the day we found the mold. So to say I am just a tad excited to bring you today’s post is a huge understatement! So here it is, our white and elegant kitchen remodel.
A reader of our’s, Karen had contacted us awhile back asking about our kitchen hood. So I was ecstatic when she recently sent us pictures of her mother’s finished kitchen! They ended up doing a major renovation with new cabinets as well as having walls knocked out.
As a blogger, there is nothing more rewarding then receiving an e-mail from a reader thanking you for inspiring them. Every week I receive questions asking about certain projects we have completed. I am thrilled to help and always end my e-mail with….Make sure you send me pictures! So I was was ecstatic when she sent me pictures of her finished kitchen!
Today I am sharing 25 ways to makeover your kitchen cabinets on a budget over at Hometalk! Everything from painting cabinets, creating open shelving, adding glass and using curtain finials for cabinet feet. These transformations will save you a ton of money, who doesn’t love that!
If you haven’t heard of Hometalk, you are missing out! It is a wonderful community of people just like you and I who love all things home. From designers and contractors to bloggers and homeowners, Hometalk is a place where everyone can share projects, ask questions and come away with a ton of ideas!
Miriam is the brilliant director and is one of the sweetest people EVER! Check it out and stop by their Facebook page, it is pretty awesome!
On a side note I wanted to help a sweet friend out. White Lace Cottage had a techie issue with WordPress and lost her place on all the blogrolls. Having gone through this myself I know how heartbreaking it is. You can find her on FB or re-add her URL to your your list, you wouldn’t want to miss out on all the beauty she posts!
~Have a fabulous day~