Budget Friendly Kitchen Makeover :: The Reveal!

by Tina on December 17, 2014

in Decor, DIY

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Hi, everyone!  I am so excited to reveal the final shots of the budget friendly kitchen makeover with you today!  Thankfully, we have overcome persnickety outlet covers (and lived to tell about it!) and created a beautiful kitchen that is both modern and gorgeous.  With just a little bit of paint, rummaging through the cupboards in search of some great neutral pieces, and adding the coolest leather handles to the cabinets, we have taken a kitchen from feeling very dated to stunning!  The homeowners are super pleased and plan to update the appliances now that they have seen how much potential was here all along in this space.  So exciting!

Even if you are not in a temporary house, I hope through the video, you will find encouragement to update your kitchen if it needs a little mini update and don’t be afraid to go bold!  This would be a great way to spruce up your space if you are thinking about selling your home and don’t want to spend a ton of money to get it ready to put on the market, too!

Check out the video and tell me what you think and I will post some more after photos below…

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Ah!  I hope you guys love it as much as we do!  If you missed the before shots, visit this post to see the dramatic transformation!

We will be back tomorrow with all the details you need to get the look!

Leather Handles: Nu Interieur Ontwerp

We used Behr Premium Paint in Totally Black with a semi gloss finish.  Add the primer and save yourself an extra coat, too!

Photography: Tina Fussell

Video: Jack Fussell

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The slow pace December 18, 2014 at 12:31 pm

Really nice job! I love the dark accents on the walls.


Jane January 7, 2015 at 1:36 pm



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