2019-11-08

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Hello, friends! The day is finally here. It's been almost 6 months since the start of my kitchen remodel, and it's time for the reveal! I hope you're as excited as I am!

Now, before we get into it, I need to tell you a few things.

First off, in this post, I'm going to focus on the kitchen. My entryway and powder room were also included in the remodel, but I'll share those in a future post.

Secondly, the dining room still needs some love. (This room was also altered as part of the kitchen remodel.) I plan to get a new dining room table, chairs, and buffet and also style it. My budget needs time to recover, however, so I will work on the dining room piecemeal as time goes on.

Finally, this is real life. Styling is not 100% complete and things aren' t exactly the way I'd like them. However, I think the space is beautiful in its current state, and it's time to share it as is.

If you're new to IBC and wondering what the kitchen looked like before, check out this post here. I will include a few before and after shots at the end of this post.

Also, I am going to create a short video tour of the space. The video is not included in this post but will be coming soon. (I'm working on a Fall Kitchen Tour with my Seasons of Home Blogger friends next week. I will likely include it there.)

All sources will be linked at the end of this post.
Bayberry Kitchen Remodel Reveal
Now with those items out of the way, let me show you around with a slew of images. Then we'll chat.























 







 



I'm in LOVE. It was a long process, but I couldn't be more pleased with the transformation.

First, let's talk cabinets. I opted for custom cabinetry. The doors are inset shaker fronts with a little detail to make them a bit more interesting. The doors and drawers are soft close. I adore this feature.



The cabinets in the kitchen are painted Sherwin-Williams Egret White SW 7570 (Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel – Satin). The cabinets in the pantry are Sherwin-Williams Sage SW 2860 (Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel – Satin).

The cabinet knobs and cabinet pulls are from Rejuvenation. The refrigerator pulls and dishwasher pulls are from Emtek.



There are some fun cabinetry details. Let me show you!

One is this set of doors to the left of the refrigerator. The doors not only open but slide into the cabinet. There is a light built into the shelf that automatically comes on when the doors open. This is where my microwave lives.





There's also a bifold door to the right of the sink. I haven't decided what treasures to store in there. Currently, it's home to my paper towels, some dishes, and my toaster.





With walnut stained interiors, the cabinets were designed to look beautiful whether the doors are open or closed.



Just below that cabinet is my trash bin which is on a sliding door.



As you might have noticed, I also opted for a panel front refrigerator and dishwasher. My kitchen isn't huge, so I didn't want to break up the cabinetry with appliances. (Read more about the appliances I selected here.)





I chose to have glass front doors in two places. There's a lower cabinet in the dining room and an upper cabinet on the opposite side of the fridge. I love the tile detail behind this upper cabinet that extends down to the countertops. This tile matches what's on the opposite side of the room.









The countertops are gorgeous. I went with HanStone Quartz. This particular color is Montauk. (More information on my countertops can be found here.)



Because my kitchen is fairly narrow, a big island wasn't feasible. Instead, I installed a work table. This pieces was custom built for the kitchen.

Small but mighty, this has already been a handy piece in my kitchen. I did want to note that this piece will change slightly. The top is currently a finished piece of poplar. However, I wanted a walnut butcher block top to make it a bit more functional. The tops will be swapped out soon.







I chose a farmhouse/apron style sink, and I'm in love with it. This particular sink is from Bocchi. The durability of the fireclay is perfect for me. (You can read more about it here.) For my faucet, I selected this unlacquered bridge faucet from Rohl. It might be one of the nicest things I've ever owned. I gave it a little polish for the photos, but I plan to let the brass age into a beautiful patina.





The window above the sink was enlarged to allow for more light to enter the kitchen. Previously, there was only a single window; now there are two!



Above the windows, there are two brass picture lights. I wanted something different from the standard pendant light. There is an identical picture light above the pantry sink.

The workhorse in my kitchen is the Wolf range. This thing is a beast. I've done a lot of baking over the past couple of weeks, and it's been a joy to use this appliance. It's dual fuel. - The range is gas and the oven is electric. To me, it's the best of both worlds! Above the range, I have a range hood from Zephyr. I never thought I would get excited about a range hood, but it works beautifully.









In case you missed it, between the sink and the range is the dishwasher.



On the wall behind all of that goodness is floor-to-ceiling subway tile. This was a feature I knew that I wanted in my kitchen, and I'm so pleased with how it turned out. (Additional details on the tile and grout can be found here.)







Before the remodel, the long wall had two doors. (Well, it was one door and one panel that looked like a door but didn't open.) To make room for the range, the doorway was bricked up and a new Dutch door* went in its place. I've long been a fan of Dutch doors, especially when they're in the kitchen. The dutch door hardware is from Emtek.





And if all of that wasn't enough, I added a butler's pantry to my kitchen. This area had been a full bathroom. I decided to remove the full bath and replace it with this butler's pantry and a small powder room.

I'm so glad I did because this is such a fun space. It might be one of my favorite details of the remodel.





As you can see, it's mostly used for storage, but it has fun and stylish features as well.

One feature is a built-in coffee maker which freshly grinds beans to make coffee, cappuccinos, lattes, etc.



The cabinet makers even built this adorable shelf so I have a space to be my own barista!





There's even a sink in this space. This is the round undermount sink from Bocchi along with a matching unlacquered brass faucet from Rohl.



Open shelves provide lots of space to store kitchen goodies and collections. There's likewise this fabulous drawer for storing cutting boards and baking trays. Love this!







Right now I'm testing out this gallery wall of vintage metal trays. I've been collecting them for a few years and thought they'd make a fun art installation.





The walls in the kitchen, pantry, and dining room are painted Sherwin-Williams Snowbound SW 7004 (Emerald Interior – Satin). The trim is Sherwin-Williams Extra White SW 7006 (ProClassic Semi-Gloss) right out of the can.







You'll notice that the floors in the kitchen are new. As part of this remodel, I chose to have new hardwood floors installed in the kitchen, entryway, pantry, and powder room. They were integrated into the existing hardwood floors in the dining room and living space. Now the first floor is entirely hardwood. They turned out beautifully. The floors are red oak with Bona Dark Walnut stain.





I did want to point out several changes made to the dining room too. The most significant change was the addition of these three windows. This had been a solid wall.





The windows flood the room and the kitchen with light. The sun rises on this side of the house, so the mornings are especially magical.



I also installed this fabulous chandelier. It's the Radcliffe 30" round chandelier from Rejuvenation. It brings in a modern element to the space. I've had my eye on it for a while now. I was thrilled to be able to use it in this room.





The French doors are also new. While the size of the doors is the same, the window panes are much larger which allows in even more light.





I now have Phantom Screens on both of these doors and the dutch door. I will be doing a post on them, but they are virtually invisible. They are hands down the best screen doors if you want a seamless look and an unobstructed view.



Finally, let's look at a couple before and after pictures so you can see where we started.

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And there you have it, my friends, Bayberry Kitchen is complete ... mostly. Ha!

Before I go I need to give a shoutout to my fabulous designer Katy Popple. (You can read about why I decided to work with a designer here.) The overall design ended up being this beautifully collaborative effort. Katy provided amazing guidance, assistance, and a voice of reason throughout the entire process. I'm so thankful for her great eye and enormous skill set. Thank you, Katy!! If any of you are in Pittsburgh and need a designer, check out her website here. She comes highly recommended.

Avanti Construction was my contractor. I highly recommend them as well if you are in the Pittsburgh area. I will definitely be using them again.



I'm not sharing a full breakdown of the budget for this entire project (or sharing the budget at all.) However. I did want to mention that roughly 93% of the budget came out of my pocket. As a blogger, I have an excellent relationship with many fine brands and several brands offered me products to include in my space. I wasn't paid to use their products. I chose the brands myself and was honored to include their products.

I'm certain I will do lots of follow-up posts because there is a lot more I want to share about the space and the process. Stay tuned for those. Also, if you have questions, please leave them in the comments below, and I'll do my best to answer them there or create a follow-up post with more details.



Finally, thanks to all of you for joining me on this fun (perhaps once-in-a-lifetime) journey. It was a joy to take you along on the adventure. As I said, there will be several follow-up posts and, of course, a look into my new powder room and updated entryway will be coming soon!

Until then, I hope you enjoy seeing my remodeled space and creating your own happy place!


Bayberry Kitchen Remodel Sources:
CABINETRY: 
Cabinets and Work Table: Bauman Custom Woodworking
Countertops: HanStone Quartz – Montauk
Pulls for Drawer – Mission Bin Pull in Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Knobs for Doors – Ball Cabinet Knob in Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Pulls for Refrigerator / Freezer – Emtek Keaton 18″ Appliance Pull
Pull for Dishwasher – Emtek Keaton 12″ Appliance Pull

PAINT COLORS:
Kitchen Cabinets: Sherwin-Williams Egret White SW 7570 (Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel – Satin)
Pantry Cabinets: Sherwin-Williams Sage SW 2860 (Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel – Satin)
Wall Paint: Sherwin-Williams Snowbound SW 7004 (Emerald Interior – Satin)
Trim Color: Sherwin-Williams Extra White SW 7006 (ProClassic Semi-Gloss)

APPLIANCES:
Range: Wolf 36″ Duel Fuel Range with 6 Burners
Range Hood: Zephyr Monsoon Insert
Refrigerator: Sub Zero 36″ Integrated Refrigerator
Dishwasher: Bosch 24″ 800 DLX Panel Ready Dishwasher
Wine / Beverage Cooler: Zephyr Presrv Duel Zone French Door Wine and Beverage Cooler
Coffee Maker: Bosch 800 Series Built-in Coffee Machine
Kitchen Sink: Bocchi Classico 30 – Farmhouse Apron Front Fireclay Sink in White
Pantry Sink: Bocchi Sotto 18R – Undermount 18″ Round Bowl Sink in White*
Kitchen Faucet: Perrin & Rowe Georgia Era Bridge Faucet in Unlacquered Brass
Pantry Faucet: Perrin & Rowe Georgia Era Single Lever Bar / Food Prep Faucet in Unlacquered Brass

LIGHTING:
Kitchen / Pantry Over Sink Lights: Hip Roof Shade Picture Light (Old Brass)
Overhead Pantry Light: Eastmorland Semi-Flush (Old Brass Finish, Opal Shade)
Dining Room Chandelier: Radcliffe 30″ Round Bare Bulb Chandelier (Oil-Rubbed Bronze)

FINISHES:
Casing Molding: Casing #G3166 Poplar Contemporary Casing
Base Molding: Base #G3266 Poplar Contemporary Base
Pulls for Drawer – Mission Bin Pull in Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Knobs for Doors – Ball Cabinet Knob in Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Pulls for Refrigerator / Freezer – Emtek Keaton 18″ Appliance Pull
Pull for Dishwasher – Emtek Keaton 12″ Appliance Pull
Countertops: HanStone Quartz – Montauk
Tile: Walker Zanger – Cafe 3×6 in Milk
Grout: Mapei - Warm Gray
Windows: Integrity by Marvin
French Doors: Integrity by Marvin
Dutch Door: Simpson Doors
Dutch Door Hardware: Emtek
Flooring: Red Oak with Bona Dark Walnut Stain

ACCESSORIES:
Rosemary Tree - Live Rosemary Topiary Tree
Dish Soap Dispenser: Marina Soap Dispenser in Gold
Hand Soap Dispenser: Seasside Soap Dispenser in Gold
Plate for Soaps: Rectangular Appetizer Plate
Wall Clock: Brass Kennedy Clock
Flour and Sugar Glass Canisters - Montana Glass Canisters
Olive Oil Pitcher - Spanish Oil Pitcher
Dining Table - Gracehill Dining Table
Dining Chairs - Davin Chair, White
Mixing Bowls: Mason Cash Mixing Bowl
Utensil Holder: Large Marble Utensil Holder
White Dinnerware: Hue White Dinnerware
Glassware:  Tour Highball
Wine Glasses: Edge Red Wine Glasses
Knife Block: Zwilling Pro Holm Oak Knife Set
Dutch Oven - Staub Cast-Iron Dutch Oven in Basil
Artwork, Cutting Boards, Salt and Pepper, Wood Bowls: Vintage

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