Project Brushy Creek Kitchen

I die every single time I look at these pictures. If only the previous owner could see it now! It was gutted and looks nothing like the before other than the original four walls of the space.
A doorway was widened, a wall was opened up and the door to the garage was relocated to the laundry room. All the cabinets were pulled out and reconfigured to best utilize the space.

The hardwoods were continued throughout the kitchen along with the same paint color. When choosing paint colors, opting to use the same color throughout makes the space feel larger and more open. The backsplash runs to the ceiling and the extended island allows for seating that takes the place of the original breakfast table. Quartz countertops and champagne bronze hardware makes the space an updated showstopper.

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I would like to throw in that projects like this don’t just happen over night. The process of gutting a house and putting it back together can be long and daunting. You never know what you’re going to find when you start peeling back the layers of an old house and what problems you will encounter. But absolutely nothing more satisfying than rehabbing a good ole original home! If you missed the entry and dining room – click here to see.

As always, these amazing photos are taken by the incredible Paige Walker Photography!

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