We all know kitchens and bathrooms sell houses and they are generally the most expensive to renovate. This week, Sarah showed us how to build your dream custom kitchen from the ground up, with materials/ supplies readily available from your local Lowes.
Let's follow Sarah on YouTube for a guided tour of this serene, sumptuous, and elegant kitchen.
I was lucky enough to have visited the worksite right after demolition, and of course I was super curious to see how all these clues Sarah left on the walls would turn this 1970 classic into the kitchen of my dream (yes you've read it right, this is my dream kitchen!).
Please say hello to my new kitchen (a boy can dream right?):
There are lots of tips on how to achieve this budget friendly designer kitchen on Sarah's website. Here are the top three on my list for a well planned, perfectly executed, breathtaking custom kitchen that maximizes every square inch of the space (and the limited budget).
If you are looking into re-creating a similar look at your own home, here are the foundational pieces you will want to check out when you visit Lowes.
Want to know Sarah's top three tips from this week's webisode? Check this out:
Dreamy right? I don't know about you but I could totally have this chic charming kitchen in my own home in a heart beat. It is cream, it is grey, and the hits of black just made my knees weak. All after photos are made available courtesy of the talented Stacey Brandford.
Ok, I know I have teased you with Sarah's Halloween outfit. Well in case you have missed it on Sarah's Facebook page, please welcome stylish pumpkin lady with a French flair.
|via Sarah Richardson Design on Facebook|
Tommy will be growing a moustache for the first time in front of our eyes for a great cause in support of Movember to raise fund and awareness for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives. Please support Tommy here ... I did!
Happy Weekend everyone and welcome Movember!