Monday, June 30, 2008

Well She's Done!!

Finally Finished! She's tiny but cozy. I didn't think we would ever get done, I'm not one to be patient when it comes to decorating, I guess I like instant gratification,LOL. But it was worth the wait! I hope you all haven't given up on me ? I have more pic's of my cupboard but I will post those later. Have a beautiful day !



































29 comments:

KimmyJ said...

Sooo beautiful!! Come on over and look at the link to a house we just purchased. I could use some decorating suggestions.

~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

It looks GORGEOUS!! I know you will enjoy it so much ~ love all your special decorating touches! :)

Jackie said...

Hi Kelly, Your kitchen turned out magnificent!!! I love the beadboard, the breadbox, pitcher with the roses and the platter!!! It's absolutely gorgeous!!!
Jackie

Kristine said...

It's gorgeous! Did you paint the sunflowers on the window to the right? So cute!

Sue said...

Kelly,
Yum, yum, yum! I just love your sweet kitchen. The bead board is so cute and adds just the right amount of texture to set off your gorgeous counter top displays.
Hugs,
Sue

Anna @ Rusty Cottage said...

Oh my goodness, I love it!!! I really like that green piece that you have plates on above your counter. That was such a great idea! Where do you find your plate holders?

Kelly said...

I love it! It is perfectly feminine but not grossly so. It is one of the few I would use for inspiration for my own redo that is soon to happen. Thanks for another great idea!! :) I love it!!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

I love it! So adorable! I love the appliques on the cabinet doors!

Wagonwife Designs said...

Hi
Love your Kitchen. I sure it was hard during the process, but it was worth it I am sure. Just beautiful!!!

The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

OOOoooo, very much worth the wait! We're just lucky to have hubby's that can do this kinda stuff. He did an excellent job. Love all of your decorating touches. I like how you painted the shelves pink inside. As I'm typing this I just looked over to see I wrote the same thing as Becca, lol... she and I are too much alike! ;p
Would love to know more about the red under the sink, and the hardware. It looks so neat and really sets off the kitchen nicely.
Nikki

Pink Icing on the Cake said...

Hi Kelly,
It is STINKIN ADORABLE!!! I absolutely love it. Definitely worth the wait. I don't even know what to say, I am in awe!!! Can I come over and we will bake some cupcakes???

Hugs,
LeAnn:)

Joy said...

Your kitchen turned out awesome. Love the beadboard and shelves you have. What cute bottles and flowers in the windowsill.

Andrea said...

Enjoy your new kitchen. You did
a great job! I love all your special touches. All your decorations compliment each other.

Best Wishes,
Andrea

Candy said...

I love it too!!! :)

TinaTx said...

Your kitchen is wonderful! I love it all!!!

Brook said...

Pretty finished look. Very charming and I know that you are going to enjoy it.

Have a happy Fourth of July holiday!

Blessings
Brook

VINTAGE GIRL AT HEART said...

Your kitchen turned out so lovely.. can I move right in??
It is so warm and cozy!! The little touches are all just so perfect!! I LOVE it!!!

Jen said...

Unbelievably awesome! I love the beadboard, but I also love how you displayed things on the counter. I think sometimes we are so obsessed with countertops (granite, yuck!) that it really doesn't matter what they are when you have beautiful things on them!

Amanda @ Morning Glory Cottage said...

Your kitchen is wonderful! I just love it. Congratulations on a job well done. I also LOVE your trailer. I showed my daughter, who is not frilly at all (sigh) and she said it was cute but did we have to do our's that way?

Connie said...

Kelly!!!!!!!!! In my book, little rose vine, you have the all time perfect cottage kitchen!! I mean it; it's absolutely exquisite. Now, to just get hubs used to the fact that our cabinets WILL someday be white instead of birch and I'm on a roll!!! Lovely, my sweet chick......
Smoochies,
Connie

Cynthia S. said...

Kelly! OMG, It came out BEAU-T-FUL !!! you did a fabulous job of decorating too!! Its one of the coziest,prettiest, kitchens ever!! I ADORE it!!!

I love all the pastels mixed with white and then the dark wood makes it so cozy and charming mixed in!! And I love that Bread Box and all of your accessories too!! GREAT JOB!!

Secondhandrose said...

I love your kitchen. I don't know what it looked like before , but I love it now. Lucky you. Come for a visit.
Karen

Pearl said...

Hi Kelly... Your hard work and passion shines through in your new kitchen... it is simply stunning! I love how it is so clutter~free and clean looking, but still so very warm, inviting, cozy and filled with LOVE! Your lil touches are just sweet... like hanging a pretty cup with a ribbon... perfection! Thanks so much for sharing with us... and do have a safe and FUN holiday!

~blessings~
Pearl

fairmaiden said...

It's so beautiful. And inspires me! I love bead board. You really know how to display things...like you could do that for magazines...like Fabulous Fifi does for Country Romance mag. I used to have her blog, hmm, I will have to search for it.

Liz said...

What a pretty pretty Kitchen! I am on a total anti- stainless/anti -granite
kick. I love the white on white. You did a great job!

paintinpatti said...

I love the beadboard under the cabinets. Everything is soooo lovely. I wish you lived by me and could come over and give me some new ideas! Hugs, Patti

sandra said...

I don't usually comment on blogs, but I just had to say how scrumptious your kitchen is. I love the beadboard backsplash, the rose platter and pitcher, and old green board with the butter pats. Such a unique way to display butter pats, of which I have a hugh collection. Oh, and of course, the pink kitchen aid (I have the pink one and just love it). Beautiful job.
Sandra

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

I hope you see this. I was wondering how hard it was to put the molding on the cabinet doors. I've been experiementing with the same idea, but am feeling uncertain. Did you frame out the molding first then apply to the door, or did you apply each piece as you went along. Help! Thanks!

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

me again :0). Did your hubby adhere the molding and beadboard with brad nails or with adhesive? I really appreciate your insight. Our kitchen project is turning into something bigger then we'd thought it would be, but that's okay. I know once it's finished I'll breathe a big sigh and know it'd been worth it.