My Kitchen After Renovations

It feels SO GOOD to have my kitchen back. We survived though. It wasn’t easy, but I think that, in the end, it was worth the inconvenience and mess. Before you continue reading, make sure to check out the Before photos and the Process photos to get the full picture of the transformation. We started the renovations at the end of the May and it’s now almost the end of June and everything is done!

Meet my new kitchen! We hired The Home Depot to do everything from demo to painting to cabinets. They subcontracted out to Gorr Flooring who were fabulous to work with.
My Kitchen After Renovations

We ended up getting all new appliances except the fridge. I was going to keep my dishwasher, but when they took it out, they told me that it was done. Thankfully, it was the only unexpected extra expense. I knew that things could come up in a renovation so I’m grateful that was it! Plus, now everything matches so it was a good thing.

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    My Kitchen After Renovations

    The cabinets are from Thomasville Cabinetry (bought at The Home Depot). I’ve always wanted a white kitchen. I think it will brighten the place up. I found it too dark and dull before.

    My Kitchen After Renovations

    The appliances ended up being all GE. I asked a friend who used to sell appliances and she recommended that brand. I bought the extended warranty on all of them (except the microwave) just to be on the safe side. They say that appliances aren’t built like they used to be. I’m just glad to have a cooktop that finally works. My old cooktop would work off and on again which was very frustrating.

    My Kitchen After Renovations

    We got an undermount Blanco sink in black. I was thinking about getting a farm sink at first, but John vetoed the idea. He didn’t like that they stuck out of the cabinets. The faucet is American Standard’s Huntley Pull-Down faucet. I’ll be writing a post all about it soon so stay tuned.

    My Kitchen After Renovations

    They also added to porcelain tile to my kitchen, dining room, two entrances and hall. I had hideous flooring before that the contractor botched installing. All I can say is good riddance!

    The countertop is quartz from Granit Design (through The Home Depot). It was pricey, but worth it.

    My Kitchen After Renovations

    The only thing left that I still want to get are bar stools and a small kitchen table. Our old table doesn’t really match.

    My Kitchen After Renovations

    I can’t wait to get back to making my recipes. I missed doing them! A person can only eat so much takeout. On the plus side, I feel much more confident using the BBQ! I grilled almost every day.

    Have you ever gone through a kitchen renovation?

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    1. Shakeia Rieux says:

      The kitchen looks good, and I like the size of it. I love everything that was done to it.

    2. I love all the cabinet space you have on the one wall, looks great! And I love the quartz for your countertops, it’s what I would choose for a kitchen.

    3. Holly Thomas says:

      No I haven’t, but yours is gorgeous!

    4. That is quite the transformation! I love quartz after seeing it while house hunting recently.

      I have never been through a kitchen remodel but we are about to move into a house that has a renovated kitchen and I am so excited.

    5. I’ve never done a kitchen reno , just a few upgrades through the years but would love to have it totally redone. Yours looks beautiful!

    6. Your kitchen reno looks great! I just renovated my kitchen. It took about 5 weeks but well worth it. I have one question. Why is your dishwasher on the other side of the room and not next to your sink? Isn’t it annoying to carry the dirty dishes across the room? Just wondering.

      1. I don’t mind it. I’m so used to it now. It’s because of the way the plumbing was set up that there was no room next to the sink.

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