Thursday, June 16, 2011

The kitchen is painted!

If you read my last post you will see that we had the 70's amber glass framework removed  from between our kitchen and family room. This then led me into wanting to re-paint our kitchen which I did last weekend.

Photos tell the best story, so here goes!!

Below: This was the framework before it got knocked out

 Below: The framework gone


Below: Some before and after shots of the kitchen



That's painting done until I get the urge to do another room!!! 

While going through photos I came across a few of our kitchen when we did some other minor changes a few years back....

Hope you have a great weekend....We are off to Melbourne early tomorrow morning for the weekend with friends. We plan to go to the football to see the Crows tomorrow night and then might have to do some retail therapy on Saturday!!

7 comments:

Naturally Carol said... Reply to comment

Hi Annette..I love the warmth of the grey in your kitchen and it really modernises the area.

shez said... Reply to comment

Annette your kitchen looks Fantastic i cant believe how changing the wall colour how modern and fresh it looks,well done to everyone concerned

Bev C said... Reply to comment

Hello Annette,

Great job on the painting. Love the change. I am so glad you got the floor done,it looks so homely now. Enjoy your weekend and shopping.
Happy days.
Bev.xoxo

Alison said... Reply to comment

Hello Annette,

What a great job, I love the new colour and removing that glass, fab idea.

bj said... Reply to comment

The color change is really nice. The kitchen looks fantastic. Great job, lady.
xo bj

Cindy Lew's Studio said... Reply to comment

Great job on the painting. I don't like to paint my walls much, but I do love color on them:-)

Thanks for stopping by.

Love, Light, & Harmony ~ CindyLew

Mariette's Back to Basics said... Reply to comment

Dearest Annette,

Honestly, I like the white walled kitchen more as it gave it more height and a lot brighter space. But that's just my opinion...
You've done quite a job. Knocking out that glass part is such an improvement; it opens up your space so much. Especially since your ceilings are not that high.

Lots of love,

Mariette

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