Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Kitchen Before, During, & After Reveal

I am so excited to share with you guys my kitchen makeover today!  It has been quite a long few weeks, months actually if you count us starting by changing out the floors in January.  Here is a quick look at the before & after:

kitchen before:


kitchen after:



I started the remodel by tearing out the tile and replacing it with an engineered oak wood floor (not laminate), Heirloom from Provena.  (See sources below for more information.)

Here are some more before photos with all the tile still intact:

After the flooring was in, we put in new counter tops.  I chose White Ice Granite.  It has lots of white, gray, and black in it.  Here is a close-up of the stone:

After the counter tops were in, my cabinet guy came and in and got to work.  I designed a plan that used some of my old upper boxes, with new mixed in, staggered, and with large crown and a step below the crown.  I also wanted dark open shelves to contrast with the white. I kept all the base cabinets the same, but opted to switch out all the doors and drawers with a new style. 


I hired a company to come in and spray with a lacquered white, and kept the original oil bronze hardware I had before.  New pendant and sconce light fixtures, new kitchen faucet, and a beveled white subway tile back splash dressed up the space.

Here are all the afters! -


Sources: (if you are local and are interested in these local companies, contact me and I will provide you with their specific info)

Wood Flooring: Heirloom by Provena (If you are local, contact Gary Walker at Wholesale Flooring in Lindon for this product)

Counter tops: White Ice granite.  I purchased mine at Arizona Tile, and used Creative Granite & Design as the fabricator

Custom cabinets & shelving: Ideal Cabinets, Clay McNeel 801-633-4112
Cabinet painting: All Woods Finishing

Beveled white subway tile: Home Depot

Concorde Dawn Beveled 3 in. x 6 in. x 8 mm Ceramic Wall Tile

Light fixtures:  Pottery Barn Classic Pendant and Sconce with flared glass

This post is linked up to the following parties:

TDC Before and After


Linda said...

I love it! You did an awesome job Trisha and I am so proud of you. Can't wait to see it 😄 xo Mom

HollyM said...

Fantastic job! It looks gorgeous!! Wanna come remodel mine when we buy the new house?

Stones River 1st Seminary said...

Absolutely beautiful! I've been looking for stools like yours! Where did you get them? We are in the process of remodeling a house. Kitchen has been gutted and we are going with white cabinetry. You did a wonderful job!!

Stones River 1st Seminary said...

Trisha, I don't know why my comment published under my seminary account. This is Neida Starcher, Jami Crandall's mom.

the cape on the corner said...

fabulous! i love the warmth the chunky wood shelves bring, and that you found a way to take the cabinets to the ceiling. enjoy your new space!!

TwoPlusCute said...

This is the most stunning kitche I have the last two years.
It's ...perfect; just perfect.

Lisa Erdmann said...

Over from Thrifty Decor Chick. Gorgeous kitchen! That crown moulding is amazing!

Inspired by you said...

Drooling over this space! Wondering if I can talk hubby into a kitchen makeover! Inspiration!!!

Tara @ Lehman Lane said...

Wow! Your kitchen looks fantastic!!!
What a transformation!

Maureen said...

Beautiful… I love all your choices.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful kitchen!!! I love it so much, I have a few questions: What color did you paint your cabinets? Also, which color of the Heirloom by Provena are your floors? I see the website has several different options. Thanks in advance for the answers!

Anonymous said...

Amazing job on your kitchen! Wow! I would love to know the source of your wood shelves? Please let me know.