Bungalow Kitchen Reno: The Reveal

Thank you for sticking with us over the last month as we've shared the various stages of our kitchen renovation with you! It's been such a neat process, and we're getting to enjoy it all over again as we share it with y'all. We so appreciate all the sweet comments, and have to thank the Lord for providing us with the means and helping hands to make it happen. It's a small thing on the spectrum of importance, but we realize just how rich we are given where God has placed us and the things we're able to do. It's truly a treat and a gift, and we don't take it lightly!

Without further ado, I share with you the finished state of our kitchen...

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Butcher Block: IKEA (discontinued*)
Stain: Minwax (Early American)
Sealer: Waterlox
Upper cabinet color: Benjamin Moore (Chantilly Lace) 
Lower cabinet color: Benjamin Moore (October Mist) 
Wall color: Benjamin Moore (London Fog)
Sink: Kraus
Faucet: Moen
Backsplash: Merola Tile (with Delorean Gray grout) 
Pencil trim: Anatolia Tile
Knife magnet: RSVP via Amazon

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  1. Do you have a downdraft vent? Lovely job.

  2. Beautiful reno!! I love bungalow homes. I’m seeing a lot of these cabinets on Instagram and wondering if these are original to the home or what type of cabinets they are? Could you provide the source? Thank you.

    1. Thank you, Kendra! The cabinets are actually something we inherited from the previous owner, and we love them. (We just repainted them.) They're a shaker-style cabinet from IKEA, though.