Farmhouse Kitchen Tour – Updated!

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

Hello friends!

Friday is almost here! Which means Jeff & I will be tackling our main floor bathroom renovation! I plan to post our ‘before’ photos and inspiration I’ve gathered for this room… (It needs serious help!) I can’t wait to get started!

One of my most popular rooms I’ve shown you is my kitchen (and my kitchen related tutorials). Since I posted our kitchen progress post a few months back we’ve finally gotten around to decorating a little bit, organizing, and adding a new shelf. We still plan to eventually get new flooring in here (please bear with me!) and a few other updates… but for now, here’s our updated Farmhouse Kitchen Tour!

Ps. Links to tutorials will be linked at the end of the post!

Here’s a reminder at what we were working with before:
Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

And now where we are today!:

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation
Β This is what you see when you first enter the room. The rug you see is from Homesense.

The blue bottles are thrifted, and the cutting board is from Target. That cute elephant teapot? Wheaton’s!

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

The Subway sign is from Homesense.

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

I just love this arrangement. The tray is from Wicker Emporium, and the pitcher is a Superstore find. The Crown jars are second-hand.

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation Pssst… those flowers aren’t real, either πŸ˜‰ I spent more on those than I’d like to admit!

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

I love using these Crown jars to hold my utensils!

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

Okay. Enough photos from this angle of the room. (Can you tell it’s my favourite?)

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation Oops. One more. πŸ˜‰

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation From this angle you can see a glimpse of our underneath storage on the island. I would like to get baskets you can’t see through to store our food, I think! But I have to say I’ve loved having an island so far.

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation For everyone who asked about how sanitary our island was for food prep – We use cutting boards, don’t worry!

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation
The towel rack on the side was found at a second hand store.

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation
Okay, this project isn’t completely done yet – but these are the shelves Jeff built for me above the L shaped cabinet – I’m pretty excited to be able to decorate around here! I think it helps finish the space off.

I had to throw in this shot. I love how you can peek into the hallway at my burlap wreath and see the living room a bit, too. See that massive ball of fur? That’s just Sawyer our giant golden retriever. He thinks he’s a lap dog (Yeah, seriously).

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation This is a section of the room I’d like to add to. That wall behind the island chairs could use a big chalkboard or antique sign. Do you have any suggestions?
Update: I made a chalkboard for the wall!
You can also see a bit into our mudroom from here, I added lots of baskets on an existing shelf to create storage for shoes and mittens.

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation This little fella holds our recipe books. It has two weights to hold down difficult pages, which comes in handy big time!

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation If I could have fairy lights in every room, I would… and usually do. πŸ˜‰

Farmhouse Kitchen Tour - Before and After Transformation

There’s the mirror that hangs in our back-entry. I will show you that area eventually when it’s decorated a bit more. πŸ™‚
It’s always a process, isn’t it?

Here are relevant links to tutorials for our kitchen:
Mason Jar Chandelier
Creating the look of “Reclaimed” Barn Boards
Beadboard Wallpaper Cabinets

Be sure to check out the new floors we installed since this post:
Our New Laminate Floors

Have a great day!!!


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  1. Love your kitchen! I opened up my upper cabinets last year and painted an accent on the back, but I think I may repaint with just white. It is just a bit too much for me with the color. And your island is amazing!!! And (last thing) I have the exact same subway art as you. I don’t remember where I bought it, but loved it because we are near both Hartford & Boston.

    Have a great day!
    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

    • Hi Angela,
      Thank you so much! I’ll have to check out your cabinets when you’re finished.
      I love that subway art too! So cool that you have the same one! I’m not a fan of the ‘printed’ ones… the brand who makes these signs paints them which is much more authentic in my eye. πŸ˜‰

  2. Your kitchen is gorgeous! But I didn’t find info on the ceiling? Is it tin? Beautiful!

  3. Wow love how your kitchen looks, I should would love to be in an older farm house then a new house that is for sure. Looks really great and I’m just in love with your Mason Jar light…..I might have to get hubby to work on that. πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing, have a great day.

  4. Sheryll & Critters. says:

    Just gorgeous is all I can say. Well except for can I please have your kitchen? Or one very much like it?

    • Thank you Sheryll! It has come a long way from it’s beginning when we first bought the house that’s for certain – Which reminds me, I forgot to add a ‘before’ photo to this update tour! Updating that now. πŸ˜‰

  5. Hi Brandi – LOVE this kitchen. I want to come back to read the tutorials. I’m almost finished with my kitchen reno (pretty boring compared to this). Following you on Bloglovin.

    • Hi there Susie! Thank you so much! Congrats on almost being finished with your kitchen reno – especially if you are doing a lot of work yourself – I know how long it can take πŸ˜‰
      Have a wonderful weekend!

  6. Your kitchen is so lovely! I adore that island to pieces – I can’t wait to dig around your blog and read more πŸ™‚ I agree on adding fairy lights to every room as well! So sweet!
    Visiting from Design, Dining & Diapers

    • Hi Brynne,
      Thank you so much! Happy to have you here. There’s something about fairy lights that create such a cozy atmosphere. πŸ™‚ Have a great weekend!

  7. Your kitchen is so gorgeous now! And the island is to die for! Love the look of that wood πŸ™‚

    • Hi Denise!
      Thank you so much! We have a tutorial on how we created the look of the wood if you ever want to re-create it. Have a great weekend!

      • Hi Brandi – I found the tutorial on how to “create” the weathered wood look, but do you have plans on how you made the island? or did you find a carpenter to put this together for you custom? I’d love to do something just like it in our kitchen!

        • Unfortunately, I do not have plans for the island. Sorry this is something I have regretted since making the island and I no longer live in the house. Brandi

  8. You have done an amazing job, your kitchen it’s absolutely gorgeous. Congrats !!!!

  9. dianesaunders says:

    So very refreshing ! Love the colors and my suggestion for the wall behind the chairs is —What about an outside picture in an old frame of your house . Wouldn’t 3-D be great but hard to do . You’re good at drawing so maybe your talents can show . Just a thought but you’ve shown well so far . xoxo

  10. What an amazing transformation! I’m hoping to start on my kitchen this year, and this is definitely an inspiration! Great job! Dee πŸ™‚

  11. Your kitchen is just beautiful! The transformation is amazing. Love that you kept the tin tiles – they are my favorite part of the room! Of course, everything else is also wonderful too!
    Thanks for the inspiration,
    Pieced Pastimes

  12. Hi Brandi! What an AMAZING transformation. I adore your kitchen. I am so glad I found your blog at the Classy Clutter link party.

  13. Starlene Bortvit says:

    Nothing better than a home that is remodeled and decorated with imagination and the repurposing of found items. Your home looks beautiful!

  14. WOW!!! Great transformation and I love that light fixture:-) The ceiling is pretty great too!

    Have a nice weekend.


  15. Great project !!

    I would love you to come and share @ Craft, Create & Inspire linky party !!!

    Look forward to seeing you there πŸ™‚

    Claire x

  16. Love this room, so many great touches. I’m your newest bloglovin follower – can’t wait to look around a little more!

  17. Your kitchen is lovely love the blue canning jar lighting what a great light feature.

  18. Hi Brandi. I found your blog today and I’m so glad I did. Just love your kitchen. The rustic island is fantastic and contrasts beautifully with your white cabinets. You and your hubby have done a great job. Love the accessories, and the mason jar chandy over the island is so cool. It must be so much fun to cook in your kitchen. I’m following you via Google+ and would love it if you’d share your lovely post at my blog party Every Room In The House. It’s a month-long party and this month we’re partying in The Kitchen. Here’s the link:
    Do hope you’ll come and join in the fun. Blessings ~ Nancy

    • Hi Nancy, thank you so much for your sweet comment! Happy you have you here & following along. πŸ™‚
      Have a great week!

  19. Absolutely gorgeous!!!! Love it! Found you through Craft-o-maniac’s link party. Gonna stick around and check out your blog πŸ™‚

  20. What a beautiful kitchen! I love it all but especially your island. I hope to have one someday. I am now following you- would love for you to follow me back.

  21. Amazing job. Is that island something you guys made yourselves? It’s really unique and I like that. You have a fun style! Love that elephant t-pot.

    • Yes it is! We couldn’t afford a fancy new island so we built one instead. πŸ™‚ It’s rustic- but it works with our space. Have a great day!

  22. What an amazing transformation! Stumbled upon your blog and I’m loving it! Looking forward to seeing more of what your doing πŸ™‚

  23. What a beautiful, beautiful kitchen! I think my favorite is your island!

    Thanks so much for inspiring me today!

    • Thank you so, so much Karianne. I’ve looked up to you and your wonderful blog for years! It means so much to me that you come here and check out my posts – so thank you for that. πŸ™‚

  24. Beautiful kitchen…love the mason jar chandelier.

  25. Your kitchen is absolutely gorgeous! The ceiling! That island! The chandelier! Absolutely perfect. Can’t wait to scope out the rest of your blog. Have a great day!

  26. Beautiful and Impressive. I’m in love with your kitchen, especially your island. You and your hubby did a fantastic job. Would you be willing to share this post at our Making Monday link party? We would love it and think our readers will, too. Thanks. Have a great day.

  27. Hi Brandi, Whilst looking thru the web searching for rustic kitchen islands I found your blog, your island is excellent and exactly what I have envisioned in my kitchen. Great job! Will you be posting a video or are you do you have plans? PS Im in Sydney Australia.

    Cheers Jen

    • Hi Jen!
      We will eventually have a tutorial up. Unfortunately we didn’t write one since we built it pre-blog, but we do plan to come up with something to help explain the process as best as we can. πŸ™‚

  28. You did a really beautiful job on the kitchen. I can’t wait to renovate an old farmhouse, you are so lucky! The island is gorgeous. I have read your tutorial and I want to give it a try. I will definitely start following along to see how you progress. Great job!

    • Thank you so much Heather! The renovations are a lot of work, but we are proud of what we’ve accomplished thus far. πŸ™‚
      Have a great day!

  29. Oh my word, this is totally amazing. I love it and that island is fabulous. You did such an amazing job redoing your kitchen and love the decor too. Thanks for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  30. Brandi,
    First of all- you are do creative! I love it all. I came across your blog because of the island. My husband and I are DIYers as well. I was going to have my husband build the farmhouse table from Ana White, but seeing your island is changing my mind… Can’t wait for the how to! Anyway, I just wanted to compliment all your hard work.

    • Thank you April! Your comment has made my day. πŸ™‚ I’m hoping we’ll get around to the island tutorial soon! Have a great weekend.

  31. you have a beautiful kitchen thank you for sharing it with us following from craft-o-maniac hop I’m lorraine at

  32. Ohhhhh my goodness!! I just died a little bit! That ceiling! That island! *Perfection.*

  33. Brandi!!! It’s amazing! Lovely job! Thank you for sharing at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again next Monday! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  34. I am in love with your kitchen!!! Farmhouse kitchens are my fav! They don’t really suit our own house, but I am trying to give it a bit of that “Feel”.
    Great work!!

  35. Brandi ! This is stunning. I would love to get together and make a mason jar chandelier ! I love that project, its so country but so pretty . Amazing job, you have a wonderful eye for home decor and interior designing.

    • Aw, thank you for taking the time to come check out my blog Amy! That mason jar light is one of my favourite features in the kitchen. πŸ˜‰ Anytime you want to take a road trip my door is open – It’s a blast here in the summer!

  36. Hi…looks great! Mind if I ask where the rug by kitchen sink is from? Thanks!

    • Hi there! All source info is in the post! πŸ™‚ The rug is from Homesense, which is similar to HomeGoods if you are in the states!

  37. Your kitchen is lovely! I love everything about it, from the rustic island (did you make that?) to the ceiling to the flowers and the utensils in the jar. I love the flooring out into the hallway and your huge lapdog (those are the best!)


    • Hi Misty – Thank you! Yes, we made the island! I’m so glad you like it!
      I have to agree with you on the huge lapdogs/gentle giants πŸ˜‰

  38. I love your kitchen. The colors are beautiful. We are in the early stages of planning for our cottage on our ranch/family land we are inheriting. Your kitchen has the look and feel I want to create for that space. Thanks so much for sharing!

    • Kaylor, the sounds so lovely! Thank you very much for stopping by, I bet your cottage will turn out beautifully. πŸ™‚

  39. I love your kitchen! THANKS FOR LINKING UP.

  40. Love that wonderful island, ceiling and mason jar lights. Well, love it all really.

  41. Your kitchen just keeps getting better and better! I vote for a big chalkboard on your blank wall. We love ours!

    • I like the sounds of that Laurel! πŸ™‚ I’m keeping my eye out for the perfect frame. πŸ™‚ Have a wonderful weekend!

  42. This is just gorgeous! Five of my friends and I started a lifestyle link party, you have the perfect content to link up

  43. This is Gorgeous!!! You’ll be in my round-up of features this week at Monday Funday! Thanks for linking!

  44. WOW! I have seen parts of your kitchen here and there but all together it is just absolutely stunning! Pinned πŸ™‚
    I would love it if you linked up to The Makers,
    Have a great weekend!
    ~Katie @ Upcycled Treasures

  45. This is beautiful, I love the huge wood island. As well as the light hanging above it. I always gravitate towards things that are slightly different from what you see and this kitchen is a great example of that. There are things in here that are very fresh and unique to your space. Amazing!

    • Thank you Emily! With a basic kitchen and a small budget you need to be creative to create impact, so that’s what we aimed for! πŸ™‚
      Have a great weekend!

  46. Oh my Goodness! I am so happy you linked up to our “Inspiration Monday Party” Brandy! I’m the redhead over @ and I just fell in love with your kitchen. The white Christmas lights & tin are my favs. I will be featuring your kitchen tomorrow (Sat.) on as 1 of the features to our party last week. Hope you can swing by and visit. I did my kitchen over too, and I would love your opinion on it! You have an amazing talent and eye for decorating πŸ™‚ ~ Julie

    • Hi there Julie!
      Thank you so very much for the feature & your sweet comments – I’m so glad you like the kitchen! I’ll be sure to pop over and check our your renovation. πŸ™‚
      Have a great weekend

  47. Now that’s an amazing transformation! Your kitchen is charming, love your island and lighting…it’s perfect! It’s a pleasure having you share at AMAZE ME MONDAY…you’re being featured this week so hop back over Monday!

  48. I love Nest of Bliss’ kitchen! That island . . . combined with the ceiling. Just WOW!

  49. Your kitchen is beautiful!

  50. You did an amazing job! Love your light fixture and island πŸ˜€
    And that L corner πŸ™‚ what a perfect spot for a coffee/breakfast station!!!

  51. Y’all did a beautiful job in your kitchen. I really love the wood used in the island, and all the white around it. I so want to paint my cabinets white! Feel free to share this at my History and Home link party this week if you’d like to. Starts Tuesday morning. Take care. Dawn

  52. Beautiful job on your kitchen. So many wonderful ideals. Love the open shelves.

  53. This is unbelievably gorgeous! You are very talented. I am keeping this on my pin board for inspiration!!

  54. Hi Brandi! You are one of the fan favorites at the Sunday Showcase from the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Here is the link to your feature. Hope to see your prettiness again tomorrow at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  55. Stunning, as usual, Brandi! Just wanted you to know you were featured at Give Me the Goods this week.

    Rachel @ Maison de Pax

  56. I adore your kitchen!!! I think my favorite part has to be the ceilings.
    Thank you so much for sharing it on Twirl & Take a Bow last week!

    – Brooke –

  57. The pops of blue and natural wood that you’ve added to this room really push it over the top. Beautiful. I’m in love. Pinning!

  58. Hi, Great job on the redo. I was noticing your fridge. Andrea at Keeping it Cozy had the exact same problem with hers and the window placement. If you’d like to see what she’s done, I think it’s pretty terrific, and I’m jealous that I don’t have a tall window in my kitchen.

  59. This kitchen is fabulous! I still adore the island and the lighting. My favorite new item is the wooden tray on the island — love, love, love it!! And the flowers and utensils you put in it is very inspired. You go, girl!

  60. Absolutely stunning!What a great job!Gotta feature you tomorrow at Work it Wednesday!Xo~

  61. Everything looks wonderful! You are so creative! I love all the little details in the space. I found your blog through your feature at The Blissful Bee today! Have a lovely day!

  62. Your kitchen transformation is amazing! So glad you shared it at THT.

  63. SOOOO Beautiful! I love everything about it! I want one…do you make housecalls? Great Job and amazing pictures. Thanks for sharing and inspiring others to create.

  64. wow!!! Gorgeous!!! AMAZING!!! I love love love every inch!! Sharing on Fb today… A little jealous right now of this space… the lights above the cabinets are beautiful!! EMily

  65. Beautiful! I want to be sitting at that island drinking my tea and playing on my laptop! So Cozy! I love that island with the mason jars above it!

  66. Your kitchen is absolutely stunning! I am in love with every bit of it. I love the lights on top of the cabinets. Your chandelier over the island is beautiful. My husband says no, but I will be making one of those for our farmhouse table;) I would love for you to link up to the Thursday S.T.Y.L.E. Link Party I cohost. It is going on now!

    • Thank you so much Katie! The light makes a wonderful statement – if you wind up making one be sure to share it with me! πŸ™‚

  67. Nice job! Just found you over at Jen Rizzo’s. Love finding other Canadian bloggers!!!! New follower here – have a great weekend!

  68. I am in love with your kitchen! The rustic island with all the white, a touch of blue and that *ceiling*!! Swoon! You’ve done a fabulous job! Would you mind telling me what color you have in the hallway? Just love it! Thanks!

  69. love this! paint can do so much for a room! found you through diyshowoff. I’m dying to start on our kitchen.. but I know I need to wait till this summer… Would love to have you stop by!


  70. just visited your blog! wow girl its awesome as for that island so cute, well I like it all bath ,sliding doors ,all your ideas are great as for the blank wall have you tried a window with an added pane to keep pics or other stuff inserted in between both panes. love that stuff; ) working on one for my dining room.

  71. Oh. My. Goodness. So charming, airy, beautiful! We just bought a house and the cabinets and countertops on either side of the kitchen are totally different colors and styles. It drives me nuts. I’ve been looking for a good option to attempt making the cabinets match! Thanks for this! Also, I know you don’t want to admit howuch you spent on those flowers, but they’re perfect. Any chance you could give us a hint as to where we might find them πŸ˜‰

    • Hey there Emily! Thank you so very much! πŸ™‚ The flowers can be found at Wicker Emporium (and probably at a sale price now!)

  72. Hi! So lovely. Will you share what color the walls are in the kitchen ? Thanks!!!

  73. Petronella says:

    Your kitchen is beautiful and I loved how inexpensive it was to remodel it. It looks amazing. I saw the article about the kitchen in a magazine at dentist office, and was tempted to rip of the page for inspiration for my own kitchen…luckily I found it online and also your amaging blog. I have cabinets that need some tlc, and I am trying to figure out an inexpensive solution and I loved what you did with yours. I also love the island.

    • Thank you so much, Petronella! I’m so excited you came across my blog, and am so happy you like the kitchen! I have a few tutorials on different projects we did in here (and an update on our new floors) through links in the post that you might be interested in. πŸ™‚ Good luck with your cabinet remodel!

  74. Kristin says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!!!! I love that island. Can you tell me the size of the boards on the top and side? Are they 2×8’s?

    • I believe that’s correct, Kristin! Although I’m not currently home to measure unfortunately. πŸ™

  75. Demetrice Patterson says:

    Gorgeous and inspiring. I saw your kitchen featured in “This Old House” and fell in love. I am so excited to have found your site!

  76. Very inspiring, my kitchen needs major help! Just wondering what you guys used for the ceiling?

    • Thank you Ashley!

      The ceiling is original to the home which is roughly 110 years old, the previous owners simply freshened up the look with white paint. πŸ™‚ If you are looking to do a similar ceiling there are companies who create the look of tin ceiling squares, I’m not sure what the price point would be, but it certainly would be a show-stopper in a home!

  77. I’m sharing your lovely kitchen on my Facebook page today. I think the island is one of the best I’ve ever seen….love the contrast against the white kitchen. I think your walls should be simple, maybe a small chalkboard / menu type of addition but that’s about it! Your decorating and your tastes are wonderful! I will be watching your blog for more projects and inspiration!

    • Thank you Jeanette! This is actually an older post (there’s updates on this room in the tour section) & new flooring was installed & I made a chalkboard for the wall! πŸ™‚ Thank you so much for sharing & I’m so thrilled to have you follow along! Popping over to your blog now. πŸ™‚

  78. Your kitchen is Beautiful! Where did you find the white pitcher on the kitchen island? Superstore, is that Target Superstore?

  79. Just found your site and I love it! We are in the process of buying a new home and I have a feeling we may try your mason glass tutorial for our dining room lighting… it’s such a clever DIY project. Thanks for sharing!!!

  80. Can you tell me what size the boards are that you used?

  81. Hi Brandi
    i just cam across your blog and loved your island!!
    I would love to see a tutorial for the island. We have been looking for the perfect island since we remodeled our kitchen2 1/2 years ago. I think I might have found it (yours) I tried looking for tutorial on your blog but i could not. Do you have a tutorial that you can share?

    • Unfortunately I do not have a tutorial. But you can definitely use mine as a reference to build your own. Just do some research in how high your island should be based on your preference and height of your chairs, as well as ensuring you have enough room around your kitchen to move and open appliances.

  82. Beautiful kitchen, you have a great taste! I was wondering if you posted the tutorial of the island with the “reclaimed” wood. Love it!

    Thank you!

  83. Hi – I was wondeirng what paint colour white you’ve done the kicthen cabinets? Thanks πŸ™‚

  84. Michelle says:

    OMG – that island is AWESOME!!! Is there any way to see the storage side? Pics please! And the other side. I wnat to show my Dad to give him some ideas for mine LOL I like this one MUCH better then what we were thinking about and it matches my new house SO perfect!

  85. Love your kitchen! Looks beautiful. I’m curious though. …. did you redo your floor. Would love to see the finished result.

  86. Just love all your ideas and clean design ideas, our daughter and her husband just bought their first home, a great bones fixer upper, she will love your kitchen it reminds me so much of her. Can’t wait to share.

  87. Was wondering if you had a post about the building of your kitchen island? I am in love!!
    I scanned the comments and did not see where someone else had asked this.
    Also… What are “fairy lights” ? Is that what is about the cabinets?

    • I unfortunately do not have a tutorial for the kitchen island. It is a huge regret that I have that we did not document that, as I get a lot of requests for that information. When people refer to fairy lights, they are referring to the mini white lights with usually a white cord, that people use at Christmas time for their trees, mantels or they are used a lot in weeding decorations. Hope that helps :)!

  88. WOW… Amazing!

    I have a couple questions: How did you do the ceiling? I have never seen anything like it and its beautiful.. How did you do the front of your drawers?
    Thank you so much

  89. Can you please tell me what site the tutorial is on for the island? Love it!!

    • Hi Hannah, so glad you liked the island! We did not document this project and I cannot even remember why and it is a big regret that I have, and kick myself all the time because I get a lot of requests for a tutorial. I no longer live at the farmhouse but I am trying to get pictures and information on the island so that I can at some point create a tutorial.

  90. Hi Brandy, I’m not sure if you’ve already answered this but do you have a diy tutorial on your kitchen island?

  91. Have you made a tutorial for how you built the island?

  92. Awesome job!I love the way it looks!!

  93. Your kitchen looks wonderful! I know you are so proud of it! πŸ™‚ keep sharing more blog.

  94. Great tour thanks for sharing it

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