My Kitchen Remodel Reveal

This post is in partnership with Lowe's. All opinions are 100% my own. 
Hi Guys.
I'm so excited to welcome you into my home and to share my kitchen remodel update with you. My husband and I purchased this small Los Angeles City condo in 2016 and, the kitchen has been an eye-sore and energy breaker since we moved in. We knew our first big project on our home would be the kitchen. Last fall, we started the project to remodel our kitchen into what we wanted. We really wanted to keep things as simple and cost-efficient as possible, so we decided to work with Lowe's on this project. I knew that Lowe's had many options of the major items such as cabinets, flooring, countertop, and backsplash. This was important for me, because I wanted to see multiple options and to be able to make a comfortable decision on the items I wanted in my kitchen. 

I went with two-tone colored scheme for the cabinets. I've always been drawn to color block styled kitchens. I love the blue for the bottom cabinets because it blends beautifully will the gold fixtures that I wanted and, it adds a lovely year round texture. I figured it would sustain dirt much better, too. For the top cabinets, I kept it a classic white and I added glass doors so I can display some of my beautiful glasses, plates, and bowls. I also decided on these floating shelves, and a color that would play off the porcelain wood look floor tiles nicely. Floating shelves are inexpensive ways to add storage to a kitchen and I really wanted to add extra storage. For the backsplash tile, I went with simple and  inexpensive Glass Mosaic Wall Tile. They look like luxury and I couldn't be happier with how they turned out. For the countertop, I knew I wanted quartz and I went with Silestone in White Zeus Extreme. I used to have granite but I wanted a more solid color yet something that is just as durable. Considering that the lower cabinets are blue and the tile brings about texture, I decided on plain white quartz to balance it all out. 

Let's talk about my favorite item in my new kitchen, the farmhouse sink. This farmhouse sink was at the top of my list. I knew I wanted a metallic sink and when I spotted this Sinkology Antique Copper sink on Lowe's website, I yelled BINGO! It's absolutely perfect. I chose this Delta Trinsic faucet to go with the skin because I had plans on mixing metals in my kitchen. Over the faux bar/breakfast area, I decided on this super chic yet inexpensive Portofolio Track Light. I absolutely loved how it turned out. To cozy up the area, we got these Safavieh Summerset Buttercream Bar Stools from Lowe's as well. This kitchen wouldn't be complete without recessed lights and fresh paint and chic cabinet knobs and cabinet pulls.
The kitchen turned out even more beautiful than I anticipated. My cousin came over and said it looked like an expensive celebrity home kitchen. Everyone has loved it, and we've started entertaining friends even more. I've also been cooking every single day since it's completion. 
I've shared the final look in the photos below and I've also shared some before shots. You can also see the complete transformation in the video below. 
In case you missed the previous post detailing how to remodel a small kitchen, make sure you check it out here

If you're planning to remodel or know someone who is, feel free to ask me any questions about the process. Save and share this post for reference, too. 
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1 comment

  1. Thank you very much for the professional Kitchen Renovation, I had the best design for my little kitchen the Tango's designer did a fantastic jon.We love our custom kitchem, it looks awesome.


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