We used these new satin nickel pulls from Lowe’s for a super quick and easy update. Next step? I think I’ll paint and add a backsplash. I’m thinking of doing a tuxedo style theme. So black cabinets below (keeping the counter wood) and doing white up-top. I’m a little worried it will look too dark and dreary though…what do you guys think? Maybe I should just stick the tried and true white cabinets? I’d love to do a peel and stick subway tile backsplash too. I think I should probably spray paint the fixtures satin nickel to match the new hardware now too.
She’s been collecting all sorts of play food and kitchen tools lately and her play kitchen just doesn’t have enough storage. She also asked Santa for a “store” this last Christmas. A little random, I know, but fun nonetheless. So we bought this great closet cubby shelf and made it into a shop counter slash kitchen counter depending on what she’s playing. Not groundbreaking I know, but it totally works for what we need and she loves it. Super simple, affordable and easy!
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