September of 2013 we bought a fixer up house, we decided on this house frankly because we had been looking for 3 months this was the most move in ready and the one with the most potential out of about 15 houses or so we looked at.
I am sure most ladies out there would agree that the kitchen has to be a good one because it is where everyone gathers, for family and friend events. Not to mention, if you love to cook and prep foods this is a important part. But lets face it, mine was covered in horrible wall paper and rooster trim. Not exactly my style, I have always had a love for vintage kitchens, and that is what I was hoping to create with this kitchen.
Here is a preview of our recent work, we decided to start in the dinning area, that is where the rooster trim was.
|This was day 1 when we got the keys in September, notice all the wood and the one window painted and rooster trim.|
Notice the gross wall paper! Sigh... This whole house is wall paper! The process of taking it down was interesting because I personally have never done it before, some warm water in a spray bottle and some scrapping tools, plus a couple glasses of wine, it was down in now time.
|Almost there! Just wait and to see the complete done deal.|
|The Almost done ... I have to spray the lighting fixture Red and add some black trim. I am happy with the results|