Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Kitchen Mini-Makeover: The Reveal!!

Small Changes, Big Impact Kitchen Mini-Makeover

This kitchen mini-makeover has been much needed, I just didn't realize how much it needed to be done, until it was finished. We haven't updated anything in our kitchen since we moved in almost 5 years ago (unless you count removing the upper cabinet doors on purpose, and a couple of the lower doors on accident, oops!) Everything is pretty builder basic; a row of square white tiles for the backsplash, and the ever popular boob light above the sink.



I was so excited when Misty from Uncommon Supply Company in Mission, Kansas contacted me about partnering with her company on a tile project. Misty has been awesome to work with, from ordering tile samples, to selecting the tile, to determining the which of the multiple shades of tan grout were going to look best, she has been great. If you live in, or around, the Kansas City area I highly recommend contacting them for your tiling, flooring or countertop needs.

Now, onto the before shots of our kitchen, not horrible, but not anything exciting either.

Builder basic kitchen before

Builder basic kitchen before

Builder basic kitchen before

And, now for the after! I just can't get over what a difference a little tile, a new light and new curtain can make.

Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Tile backsplash and warehouse pendant, chevron barstools and curtain

Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Daltile stone and glass backsplash

Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Daltile stone and glass backsplash and warehouse pendant

For the backsplash we went with Daltile Stone Radiance, in the Morning Sun/Tortoise/Mushroom Blend. I love that it has a mix of glass. stone and marble, it brings nice texture and color to the space. I also liked that it is different from all the shiny glass backsplashes you see everywhere.

My search for the pendant light took a little while. I wanted something industrial looking, not too small, and not super expensive. I found this warehouse pendant at Home Depot, it was exactly what I was looking for, and for around $30, the price was perfect too.

Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Daltile stone and glass backsplash, warehouse pendant, chevron curtain

Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Daltile Stone Radiance backsplash

Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Warehouse pendant light

Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Sunflowers and tile backsplash

What's a good makeover post without a little side-by-side before and after? I just can't get over how a couple of little changes made such a huge difference in our kitchen.
Kitchen Mini-Makeover - Before and After
Be sure to come back on Friday to see the all the details of our first tiling project, and maybe pick up a pointer or too. 

**I received product and/or compensation from Uncommon Supply Company to complete the project in this post. As always, all opinions are my own.

7 comments:

  1. Stephanie, it looks fantastic! Thank you for giving us the chance to work with you on this project. I am SO happy that you're happy with it. I totally agree, it completely changes the look of the kitchen! Awesome job!

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    1. Thank you Misty! I was so great to work with you and I couldn't be more happy with the final result. Thank you for the push out of my comfort zone to complete this project!!!

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  2. Love your "new" kitchen! That tile really makes everything pop. Thanks for sharing at my Creative Ways Link Party! Hope to see you again this week.
    Blessings,
    Nici

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  3. You don’t have to make a drastic transformation, as it already looked gorgeous before. However, the tiles made it more perfect! You did a pretty great job for your first tiling project. Do you have anything else in line with regard to home renovations? Here’s to more years of amazing home improvement!

    Gordon Fox @ Prince And Sons

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