It's weird in a lot of ways and beautiful in a lot more. It holds a HUGE picture window above the sink that I absolutely fell in love with when we first toured the house and a super cute (but not utilized well) kitchen eating nook.
If we had the money we'd completely demo the countertops and backsplash, re-situate where the oven is right now, and add a real pantry and new stove. Since we don't have an unlimited amount of funds and we've already had to purchase a new fridge and dishwasher our plan is to update our little cooking haven with as many cosmetic changes as we can and start stashing away cash for those bigger dreams!
We have a list of projects to accomplish and I thought it would be fun to document them here! These are in no particular order. :)
1. Decide on new lighting for above the kitchen island.
2. Repaint walls. The yellow is A to the AWFUL!
3. Repaint kitchen island.
4. Something new for the existing stools. I've got some ideas in mind!!!
5. Cushions for eating nook.
6. New window treatments for window by eating nook.
7. DIY sign for above huge window.
8. Growth chart! :) *giddy about this one!!!
9. Style bookshelves
10. Accent wall....still deciding what to do here. Thinking of something like this:
12. Figure out a way to hide the weird open small appliances cabinet.
As you can see the painting is already getting started. Lots of touch up when the walls are bright yellow and haven't been cared for in years.
A sort of hard to see sneak peak at the colors we are thinking of. Actually, we've already bought the paint...now it is just deciding if we like it!
This is one of our current pendant lights. I'm happy to report I've ordered our new beauties and we are waiting
Here you can see both the hard bench seating (cushions, anyone!) as well as the bookshelves in desperate need of some love. Right now they just hold toys and Bibles. We have a lot of Bibles. I sort of have a thing with them. Just ask my hubby.
We have a lot of work ahead of us, but I think we can make it cute! I am so anxious to see the end product, but I am going to try really hard to enjoy the process! With two little ones under foot it should be interesting!