Monday, July 18, 2011

A Kitchen & Family Room After

On Friday I got to stop by a project that's wrapping up.  It's always so exciting to see a room finished.  I snapped a few pictures.  I'm kicking myself that I didn't take a few extra minutes to style everything properly.  This may be the push I need to get a few projects photographed properly.  I had given a sneak peak of the project a few months ago which you can check out here. But I'll also remind you where we started.


And here's the view on Friday.
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Here's the before from the kitchen into the family room.  The stone fireplace was the only thing we were not allowed to touch.


And the oh-so-warm and cozy after

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Happy Monday everyone!

I've linked up with Brooklyn Limestone for Real Room Makeovers, and the Mustard Ceiling (see below) Check it out!  



15 comments:

  1. WOW! What an impressive makeover! I love it--you did a great job. :)

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  2. Found you over at The Mustard Ceiling. I've added a link to you in my blogroll at http://www.imagesouthfineart.com/blog/.

    Barry

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  3. Aimee, it looks incredible! What a transformation . . . you should be so proud!

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  4. Great transformation in both spaces. I love the use of light and dark woods together and am a proponent of round tables. Thank you for visiting my blog; will follow yours.

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  5. Gorgeous transformation...my jaw dropped when I saw the after :). I love the contrast you used between the white cabinetry and the warm, dark cabinetry of the island, table and the lighting fixtures.

    Thanks for stopping by to link up to my mix and mingle party this week.

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  6. Thanks for coming to visit me. This is absolutely gorgeous! I can't wait to follow your other projects.

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  7. Stopping by from The Mustard Ceiling! Love that kitchen!!

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  8. Hello! Just stopping in from The Mustard Ceilings Linky Party. Very nice remodel! I'll check back!

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  9. Omg, I can't believe this is the same space! What a fantastic transformation!

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  10. Wow! That is amazing! Great job- found you at Mustard Ceiling and was intrigued by your name- I think function is such an important part of good design...and I can relate about the photos...I still have yet to get professional photos done of my projects! Looking forward to following!
    http://homestyling101.blogspot.com/

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  11. OMG! What an amazing transformation. I love it all!!

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  12. This is amazing. Absolutely amazing. I love the mix of textures and colors.

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  13. That is such a gorgeous kitchen! It's definitely my dream kitchen. So perfect.

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