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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

"Sneak Peek"

Good morning! Well Ive been working alot lately on my ugly 70's kitchen trying hard to transform it into something warm and welcoming and kinda current.The catch here is....I have next to no money to accomplish this project:) Its sort of like kitchen nightmare on a dime.so far I have used alot of paint and primer that I already had and I repainted the cabinet hardware to a nice hammered black.Still much more to go so I must get going and get Very creative,stay tuned but for now here's a peek.......

15 comments:

Renee Living Laughing Loving said...

Wow, that is an amazing transformation!!! Awesome job!! Looks great!

Lish said...

Looks grest so far..kitchen renos are the worst!!! Ours has been going on for 2 month snow...and I just can't see an end yet :(

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

Ohhh, I'm so intrigued...can't wait to see the finished product and here the steps you took. :)
Karah

Casandra said...

That looks awesome. It will coordinate so well in your kitchen! Good job!

Katherines Corner said...

looking good, I can't wait to see more!Thank you for linking it to the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop linky party xo

Pat said...

You are doing a great job on the countertop - looks like granite to me!

Evelyn said...

Love the "help" wrote on the chalkboard, Lol. This explains so much to kitchen remodeling. You are doing an amazing job and on a dime, outstanding!!
I am loving this Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop Linky Parky!! I am now following you and would love a follow back. Please hop over and check out my blog

My Turn (for us)

http://myturn-evelyn.blogspot.com

Thanks, I enjoyed the visit!

bridget said...

A lot can be done with a little paint and some new hardware!

ide-puffen said...

ohhh nice work. I really like your blogg. Handywoman I like.
I do all the DIY in our house at low cost. I love it.
Nice to visit you
Randi from Norway.

Yby5 said...

Looks really great...it's a labor of love.

Felicia said...

Wow! I am blown away, and inspired! That is crazy how much better it already looks. I'm so happy that you came and checked out my built in! So, speaking of your tool envy, it wasn't that expensive! It was only $31.55 and totally worth it. I have used it alllll over my house. here's the link!
http://www.amazon.com/Genesis-GMT15A-Multi-Purpose-Oscillating-Tool/dp/B003H054RY

Stacey said...

Looking great so far! Can't wait to see how it all comes out! It's always a challenge redoing rooms on a dime and this looks like a fun challenge. Looks like a good space to work with! Thanks for linking up and please come back Thursday to link up again!
Stacey of Embracing Change

Kirsten said...

Wow, what a transformation! It's truly amazing how much of a difference a little paint can make, right? Kudos for you being so brave! Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day!

Chatty Chics said...

Love the transformation so far! Great job! Can't wait to see the finished product! Thanks for linking up at my place!
Melody
ChattyChics.com

Town and Country Gals said...

Wow, your transfromation is looking good, can't wait to see it finished! Am visiting you from Down to Earth Style and hav enjoyed browsing thru! I'm your newest follower and will be back often, would love for you to visit me!
Rebecca

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