We have lived in our house for over 25 years and it is due for a major makeover. The kitchen had old sheetrock that would crumble when removed, so we had been through two wall paper cover ups. I wanted it torn down to the studs and new sheet rock put up.
Our kitchen and dining room, are one big room, so this meant two rooms were unusable. You can see the old brick look linoleum (it seemed like a good idea in the 90’s), and the “pop corn” ceiling. I wanted it all DOWN!
At one time, there was an old stove where the flue is. We had an old round iron one there, but never used it.
A new wood floor went into the kitchen.
And bead board paneling painted white covers the ceiling now.
The island has a drop in stove, and the bead board paneling was used to surround the island.
New molding surrounds the walls that were painted and the farmhouse kitchen makeover is now complete. All my flea market finds have found their way back into the cabinets.
Tinkerbell photo bombed the picture. I didn’t even notice until I posted the picture.
This is a view of the dining room.
I had an old seed sack I found at the Nashville Flea market framed to hang on the wall. It had been stored away for months, just waiting for my new kitchen and dining room.
This makeover was a pain for a month while waiting on it to be finished but I couldn’t be more pleased. Now on to the living room!