Cottage Style Kitchen on a Budget
After spending an entire year researching, compiling tear sheets, and planning the space, Lindsey devised a manageable renovation plan.
Raising the existing cabinets to the ceiling gave Lindsey space to install pretty floating shelves above the countertops.
Lindsey designed her pantry with ample open space at the top to store and display her white cake stand collection.
Refrigerator: For a similar look, try GE Energy Star Side-by-Side Refrigerator with Dispenser
Backsplash Tile: Encata Glass Mosaic Herringbone in Everest
Countertops: Zodiaq Quartz in Snow White
Cabinet Hardware: Nouveau III Collection Square Bar Pull 8 13⁄16" in Polished Chrome
She spotted the ideal camelback sofa at a yard sale. Twenty-five dollars later, the sofa was at home, perfectly sized to fit beside the refrigerator. Having saved so much on the sofa, she reupholstered it in a splurge-worthy bright coral strié.
Sconces: Serge Single Sconce
Curtain fabric: Smokebush in silver
Sofa fabric: Beach Strie (BST3)
Chevron chair fabric: Alan Campbell’s Zig Zag (AC302-16)
Table: Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Table in White
Side chairs: Louis XVI side chairs (FC010-4) by Zentique
Lastly, Lindsey played up her eclectic mix of furniture and fabrics with a graphic gallery wall filled with an assortment of framed art, including one very special work in crayon by her son Walker. “When creating a gallery wall, always add something three-dimensional, such as the mounted horns used here,” Lindsey says. “It adds interest and keeps it fun.”
Art: Flamingos by Eastwitching; Night Swim by kikiandpolly; Vulture No. 1 by Sharon Montrose; Rosie and Her Bee by Peggy Wolf Design; Insect Collection by United Thread; Zen Garden V006 by Once Upon a Paper; Spider by Dimdi.
Antlers: Suzanne Kasler Atelier Antlers