Thursday, January 30, 2014

Kitchen Styling with Uncommon Goods

Hey friends! Welcome to my kitchen! You all know I have (over the past year +) been changing my kitchen to something less dated and more our style and in tune with the rest of our home.
This is seriously as low budget as it comes. Painted cabinets, a kitchen supply island, an estate sale rug and tag sale furniture have made this a spot in my home that I now love to be in!
I feel so close to being satisfied with this room.  All I have left is to DIY some counters (I'll share my thoughts, soon) and potentially upgrade the microwave to one above the stove to create more counter space.
There is, however one (pretty major) modification from when I shared this space in October (here). Have you spotted it? I painted the backs of the upper cabinets white (they had been aqua and I had been obsessing about them and totally not in a good way). Along with that, I restyled all the shelves and now I can say...LOVE!  The neutral feel makes me super happy and lets my gorgeous rug and under sink curtain take center stage without competition.
Additionally, UncommonGoods sent me a couple of super gorgeous items to help add personality to our kitchen!  This state dish towel is perfection.
The quality is wonderful and, I just love regional items! I'm from Massachusetts so this is a fantastic addition to our space.
And, this slate cheese board totally jazzes up an afternoon snack. I love to add natural elements to all the rooms in our home and this totally does the trick.
It even came with soapstone chalk!
Just so you know, I am a complete sucker for a well packaged gift. Look at how cute my items were when I took them out of the box!

UncommonGoods also has lots of Valentine's Day gifts. For a great assortment check here, here and here.
P.S. In case you've forgotten, this is the before of my kitchen...

*I was compensated for this post, however all content, thoughts and opinions are my own.

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