Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Kitchen Progress- The Carpenter Came!

This past weekend Steve from Ryder Brothers came out and put in our farm sink, small wine fridge and knocked down the bar top. 

*As a reminder, this is how the kitchen looked when we started, and I decided I wanted to go lighter and brighter.

You can follow the entire kitchen remodel process so far by clicking here

I really love how it opens up the space!  

Steve and his sons do a wonderful job, are so reasonably priced, and are just plain good people!  I feel so lucky to have had them on this project!  

Next up, the kashmir white honed granite is to be installed, we think the week of November 23rd! 

*You can reach Steve at Ryder Brothers if you need custom carpentry work:


  1. Gorg!!!! Love how much brighter and fun it looks! I'm about to embark on a kitchen remodel and just wondering what brand your wine frig is (one of the last appliances we have to purchase) and where did you get your farm house sink? I'm always looking for new places/bargains and curious if you were able to find any on these two items! Love your blog!

  2. So beautiful. And fun to see . . I never realized the kitchen opened to the living room. So pretty. And the purple play bus is genius. What a cute party.

  3. Nicely done! This looks very modern and i imagine is very brightly lit, you cant beat a well designed white kitchen!

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