If you've been following along, you know that we have been renovating the home we just purchased over the last few months. When we first looked at this property, I loved how open the kitchen was and all the cabinet storage and countertop space it offered, but it was a bit outdated and definitely didn't fit our style.
Do you consider fixtures as part of you renovation projects? We recently renovated our breezeway and while the fans in the space where functional, they just didn't fit the space any longer.
With each move, I found the need to purge and minimize as much “stuff” as possible. This has included everything from clothes to home decor. When things have been stored for more than a year, you pretty much know you can live without it.
When we were renovating our small laundry area, I decided to remove the existing cabinets. I hated to lose the cabinet storage, but it really opened up the laundry area.
When we first looked at this home, I loved how open the kitchen was and all the cabinet storage and countertop space it offered, but it was a bit outdated and definitely didn't fit our style. I told my husband my only "must have" was a farmhouse sink and I was determined to paint our cabinets. We also agreed that the maroon countertops had to go.
Our breezeway renovation is still in process, but I couldn't wait to share a progress update. Truth be told, this room had a bit of a smell to it I couldn't get rid of and removing the carpet did the trick! I painted the walls intense white by Benjamin Moore (same as 80% of our interior) and all the trim simply white. I love how paint can transform a space.
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