February 5, 2011

{ My Kitchen }

Hello!

I've been telling Jamie for a while that I would post a previous post from my private blog here on Right at Home. This is my kitchen redo from a couple of years ago. Thing have changed a bit since then, like my dining room table and chairs, but the overall difference between the before and after is AMAZING! I still love it, and the cabinets have held up great under the assault of four kids and a hubby. (And I still love the island color!)

Here she is....
I finally finished my kitchen! (And not a day to soon, I'm so fed up with painting... even though I do have another project in the works). I decided to wait to post pictures until I finished the island. (I added bead board and molding to it before I painted it.)


My Sweet Hubby is a bit sceptical about the blue color on the island. He said he'll wait and see what comments people make about it. Personally, I like it. What do you think???

10 comments:

Claire said...

Personally, I think the blue island is a sweet treat to the eyes-I love a little surprise when it comes to decorating!! Claire

Denise said...

i adore the blue island. i think it's totally perfect!

Jamie said...

I love the blue island & would love a closer look at it. :)

JoLynn said...

I love your kitchen {island color and all!}. Can I ask you where you got your barstools from at your island? I found 2 just like them at a garage sale and would love more, but have never seen them in that same wood tone. Thanks!! :)

Brandi said...

Great job April! Love it :) It adds just a pop of color without being obnoxious...

Shannon said...

I love your kitchen and the blue island! It's the perfect light blue :)

Comeca Jones said...

Perfect

Candice said...

I think it's fantastic!

Heather said...

It turned out very nice! I did my cabinets about 2 years ago and recently painted the walls. I'm really not liking my wall color - I think it has too much of a yellow tone to it but I LOVE yours - what did you use?

April said...

Thanks Heather, it's been a really nice color. It is a beige with warm undertones called Sand 4 from Laura Ashley.