Sarah's Neutral Salvaged Wood Kitchen

Sarah's Neutral Salvaged Wood Kitchen

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Jul 25, 2013
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Name:
Sarah
Location:
Bend, OR
Square Feet:
107
Division:
Own
What makes your small kitchen so cool:
I salvaged the wood when I tore down the old cedar fence around the property; the nails had made water marks that ran down the wood and created different color gradations. I bought accessories thrifting; the thermos, mid century lamp, vintage barware, dishes, record album, artwork and mugs. I put board and batten, similar to an exterior wall, on the tallest interior wall. I used a monochromatic color scheme, white, creme, black and brown. I used simple, modern lighting and an Ikea farm sink. I love the arrow wallpaper by Cavern, called Tapestry that I used on one wall. I wanted a space that would be efficient and still have everything you needed to cook a meal comfortably, even if it was small. I bought cabinets, open shelving and a kitchen cart from Ikea and I was able to save money by using oversized granite tiles instead of one slab. The black Smeg gave the room the right amount of cool. There is a kitchen herb garden outside too!


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