When Sarah, a designer in Montreal, moved into this cottage with her partner Chad, they knew they had a lot of work to do. Luckily, Sarah is a pro and has been documenting her home furnishing projects and renovations for several years on her blog Brownie. Take a look at how they transformed this dated kitchen.
What a transformation! We definitely wouldn't have recognized it as the same kitchen. Not only do the white countertops and wall of white subway tile (a trend that doesn't seem to be ending anytime soon) lighten up the kitchen, but they also give it a modern, Scandinavian feel.
What we love is that even with just one window over the sink, it still feels bright and airy.
This corner is our favorite part of the kitchen. The floating shelves built into the subway tile make great use of the corner space that would otherwise go unused. Plus, in a predominantly white kitchen it's always important to find ways to incorporate color. Be sure to visit Sarah's blog to see the full transformation of her home.
Thanks for letting us share your remodel, Sarah!
(Image credits: Sarah Brown Design)