When she wants an all white kitchen and he wants those manly wood tones, we had to come up with a way to blend their styles together perfect.The #gamefarmreno kitchen went from being dark, cramped, and closed-off, to a bright, open space with white cabinetry and stunning reclaimed wood!
As you can see, prior to renovation this kitchen had dark cabinetry, outdated appliances, worn out linoleum floors, and a closed-off floor plan.
To open up the room, we knocked down the wall and upper cabinetry that was separating the kitchen and dining room. We also took down the wall between the kitchen and living room and replaced it with wooden beams. The beams worked perfectly to distinguish the two spaces, but keep the open floor concept – a must if you are into hosting family gatherings! Now the kitchen, dining, and living room flow seamlessly into one another, making the whole area feel complete.
On the island and cabinetry we used chevron reclaimed wood in varying tones paired with white cupboards. Goes to show you can mix tones and textures and still have a bright, and airy kitchen, I know surprising, right! For the countertops, we chose a gorgeous light granite, and added two fun clear glass pendants above the island.
When it comes to kitchen sinks, one of my all time favorites are farm sinks, so naturally I fell head over heals in love with this copper farm sink! The copper pairs perfectly with the reclaimed wood and makes a statement without being too in-your-face. Washing dishes wouldn’t be so terrible with a sink like this! Anyone agree?