Molly here! I’m back with the reveal of my kitchen, shot by Jessica Delaney. I’ll include details and links at the end if you want to shop similar items.
For a quick refresher, here’s the “before” of the kitchen:
And here we are now!
We hide all of our shoes, backpacks and random sports equipment that my 5 year old has weaponized here.
Love this sneaky appliance garage – perfect to keep our toaster and coffee maker hidden away when not in use. We went with pocket doors here to maximize counter space and keep the cabinet fronts nice and clean without any breaks.
We also spruced up the little powder room off the back of the kitchen.
Here’s how it looked before:
And now! I used the Erin Gates x A Street Prints Wellesley wallpaper here – love the little details so much!
I am SO happy with how everything turned out. When I look at the photos, I feel like I’m looking at a real fancy lady’s house, and for once, that lady is ME. It makes cooking macaroni & cheese and wrangling my children feel more glamorous.
For anyone planning their own kitchen reno, I included notes about the process and how this all works in my last blog post, here.
Finally, here are ALL the sources… feel free to send any questions in the comments!
cabinets by Metropolitan Cabinets & Countertops – Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige // tile: Tiles Plus More // countertops & backsplash: Daltile – “Valor White” quartz (though Metropolitan actually makes the cabinets and fabricates the stone in their own workshop – one stop shopping!) // pendants // flushmounts // cabinet hardware: knobs, bin pulls, appliance pulls, latches // faucet, bar faucet, disposal air switch, soap dispenser // sink
stools // similar antique desk (I found mine on Facebook Marketplace… if I were to do this again, I might have gone for a Welsh Dresser like this… I still might, because now I’m obsessed with finding one on FB Marketplace or Etsy for less!)
cafe curtains // curtain hardware // window seat cushions (in Kravet indoor/outdoor fabric)
art on shelf by Laura McCarty // similar antique mirror (found mine on Etsy) // Museum Bees (here or here) // antique etchings (found mine at Brimfield)
wallpaper // similar mirror (mine was from Target and is sadly sold out) // similar intaglios (this is a different vendor, but I also got mine on Etsy)
Congratulations, Molly, on the finished remodel–just beautiful! I like the idea of your café curtains for my new kitchen windows, but I had some questions: Did you get two panels per window? Did you choose to have a polycotton lining?
Love everything about this kitchen. Looks gorgeous! I bought the same hardware to use on a paneled french door fridge. Are those 12-inch appliance pulls or 18inch? I purchased 12in and hoping they are not too small. Thanks!!
It is all so lovely Molly and the classic look will look great for years to come.
PS – if you are looking for blog post ideas, what about one on how to shop successfully on FB Marketplace?
Beautiful! Love the floor. Love the small antiques – nice touch. Enjoy it!!
Beautiful! Quick question about the floor tile, is it marble or porcelain? Thank you!
Do you have details on the specific floor tiles you can share? Link just goes to home page on the website. General is fine. I’m considering ripping out the engineered hardwood in our kitchen and installing something similar. Thank you so much!
They are porecelain – 12″x12″ “marble look” tiles – can’t remember the brand name but Tiles Plus More (or any tile showroom) should have them (or something similar)
This kitchen is stunning!
Could you share the details on the under-bench oven in the island?
This is a lovely kitchen. Relatable, well thought out and pretty. Nicely done. Now come do mine!
Wow-absolutely stunning! Love the faucets but the link is not working for me. Could you double check ?
Looks like it’s sold out on Wayfair – maybe try Build.com?
Can you tell me what color you painted the walls? Super inspired by the trim matching the cabinets.
The walls are Ben Moore White Dove – trim is all SW Accessible Beige
This is beautiful!!!
Gorgeous! What is the wall color???
Just gorgeous! I love how it turned out. Makes me even more anxious to get moving on my kitchen.
Absolutely beautiful! I love it! I wonder about the two faucets for the sink– you label one “bar faucet” but it’s just one sink, right? Why the need for 2 faucets? Apologies if this is a silly question.
The “bar faucet” is filtered drinking water!
This looks beautiful! And very timeless.
This is just beautiful. In love with the floor and the cabinet color. Question about your bench cushions: Are they attached to anything, or can they be flipped? Does your team have a “secret” for keeping them from sliding around if they aren’t attached to the bench?
They are not attached, but I wish they were! I bet you could use some kind of velcro strip…
Just beautiful ! I love the powder room wallpaper and the light switches and covers. Stunning.
It’s amazing!! And the layout of the kitchen is so much better!
WOW!!!!! It looks absolutely beautiful!!!! You must be thrilled!!! Love all of your choices!!!
One quick question – I see you removed the high hats that were in there and just have pendants… is that enough light for the kitchen? NOT criticizing- thinking about removing ours.
Thank you and it enjoy your beautiful new space!!!
I have the same question! Do you miss the high hats? Did you install under cabinet lights? Thanks and enjoy your beautiful kitchen!
Wow – I didn’t notice until JUST NOW that the magic of photoshop was used to edit out the can lights in the kitchen. In real life, we do have can lights, but our contractor and electrician rearranged them slightly and installed new, smaller lights, along with Sonos speakers. I hardly notice the lights, and honestly rarely use them – we usually just turn on the under-cabinet lights and sometimes the pendants.
Gorgeous! I especially like the secretary and that demilune — nice contrast to the painted cabinetry. Also adore the powder room wallpaper.