So awhile ago I showed up my rental cottage in its early days, which it what beautiful then but it is even more beautiful now. I would say just about every space is 90 percent done, but the kitchen is the closest to 100 percent. Therefore, I figured it was time to share some pictures of it.
When I first moved in, the kitchen was painted a deep red and there was a big rust stain in the sink. However, I loved the sink, the window over the sink and the black and white checkered floor. The floor was a bit of a #lifegoal as I told the landlord when I pleaded for the cottage.
I set up a little garden over the sink. The ledge was too small for some of the pots, so I used a piece of pink twine looped through some hooks in the window frames to hold them in place. It’s worked really well.
I picked up the apron when I was in Savannah, because I liked the idea of a Southern apron.
I use a peg board to keep a lot of the kitchen supplies organized. All the utensils with the pink handles are wooden utensils from my grandparents house that I just painted the handles pink on. The wood wasn’t in great shape, so I think the pink was an improvement.
The built in next to the stove has been a lot of fun to style. I change it around all the time. The trick was adding some tall vertical items to balance out all the short stuff.
Then we have the main workspace. It’s usually pretty messy over here.
I spray painted the toaster oven pink. I just like it better this way The hardest part was taping everything off.
Then there is the fridge. I “made” all of the magnets, meaning I glued the stones to magnets. They look pretty cool though, in my opinion.
And that’s my kitchen. Hope you like it.