One of my dear friends in Atlanta, Ruby, just had her kitchen remodeled, so I just knew this would be something you’d all enjoy seeing. She knocked out a wall between the kitchen and mudroom off the garage, to open up her kitchen making it much more spacious. With all new glazed cabinets, a Shaw farmhouse sink, new gas range with pot filler, and a huge black island, it is a kitchen worth drooling over now. She said she’s actually cooking more too.
I was home over Thanksgiving and got to see it in person and it is just a beautiful space. She now has a spacious black island to really work for her.Lots of room in this kitchen now.Seeded glass doors bring in some sparkle and let the cabinets shine.She added a little sink on this end of the kitchen too, which I’m sure comes in handy.So pretty and spacious.I love the range area with pot filler and the way the cabinets are staggered. That’s always a great look.She said she fell in love with the Shaw farmhouse sink and that’s what got everything started.Toile valances let in plenty of light in the windows.Right bank with the fridge and ovens.What a beautiful kitchen.
Hope you enjoyed touring Ruby’s kitchen! I know she is proud of this one and I can see why. So glad we got to catch up again too. She’s a very special friend of mine.
Eddie Ross says
What a beautiful kitchen make-over! I am sure all of the space will really be utilized during the holidays!
Thanks for sharing, and happy holidays,
Oh i LOve her kitchen And i love her taste of decor. Just beautiful. Love the detail on the cabinets too!
Robyn Fischer says
I love this kitchen. It is exactly what I would put in my house if I could afford it! Beautiful. One thing that caught my eye, the lovely curtain treatment. I love the drape. Could you please find out how they are hung? It looks like a small hook with a device on the end to hook/hold the fabric? Where do I get these? Thanks for your help!
HI, Robyn, I helped Ruby with these window treatments, so I can tell you they are hung on some curtain tie-backs. They are curved with a fleur de lis on the end and we just mounted them above the windows and the valance has a little fabric hook that attaches over the tie-backs. I don’t remember where we found those, but look around for drapery tie-backs. She had the valances made by a local seamstress several years ago. There are some similar treatments at Pate-Meadows website, so check it out here:
Kathy :) says
What a pretty kitchen, I just adore cream cabinets, not a fan of white. I love all of her touches and I notice a door that must lead to a pantry or garage, love how she just made it disappear, very clever.
Thanks for the tour Ruby…..
Patricia Cooley says
Your kitchen is beautiful! Can you please tell me where you got your window topper. It’s beautiful. I just bought a new house & I’m looking for a pretty window topper.