Create a kitchen focused on displaying your pottery collection.
We were on a tight budget with this kitchen remodel, and wanted to spend less than $1000 to give it the rustic cottage kitchen feel that we love so much. And let's be honest, I loved exposed shelving to show off my pottery collection.
Click read more to see more pictures, and the changes we made to the space.
The changes we made to the space:
We still hope to replace the appliances in the future, but like I said we were on a tight budget so we hope to get a few more years out of these mismatched appliances. We still have a couple gaps in the spacing of the shelves that we hope to add some artwork. Who knows how long it will take us to agree on buying art for those spaces. Phase 2 of remodel which will happen much farther down the road is to replace the lower cabinets, and tile flooring...but in the meanwhile both of these items are functional and with our remodel now feels like an intentional vintage kitchen look. And we might paint all the trim white, and hope to eventually install mission style doors throughout the home rather than the hollow core doors.
In summary, the expenses were: paint, light fixtures, and wood. Plus all those miscellaneous items like nails for the air gun, caulk, painters tape, steel hanging hardware, and as well all know those expenses add up as well.
Ps. Are you looking to grow your pottery collection?
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Hi, I'm Lisa the artist and creator of this content.
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