See all of the details & full source list from this DIY farmhouse kitchen here!
It’s been 5 months in the making, but the biggest DIY renovation of our lives is finally finished! I couldn’t be more excited to share our before & after pictures of the kitchen with you today – it’s come SUCH a long way!
Please do me a favor and check out #FixingUp1902 and #1902Kitchen on Instagram to see all of the progress pictures along the way. This has truly been a labor of love, and a project that we have literally poured our blood, sweat, and tears into!
Here is what our kitchen looks like today:
In case you haven’t been following along with our renovations, here’s what it looked like in December:
Just a slight difference, right?
Here’s another shot of our kitchen now…
And here’s what it looked like mid-renovations:
And the other side of our kitchen:
Which used to look like this:
I’m kind of in love with our new dining area:
One last “before” shot:
I have a LOT more pictures of the space, as well as a full source list for everything you see in this room, in this post here!
Make sure you check out all of our progress on our 1902 Victorian house here!
See our previous DIY kitchen remodel here:
I am crazy jealous right now! What a gorgeous…gorgeous…gorgeous kitchen! Every detail, is perfect! The breakfast nook, the light fixtures, the barn door, it really came together beautifully. Enjoy every minute of having this amazing kitchen with your family.
It looks amazing!! Just a note, the smiley face at the end looks funky and the picture after “and the other side of our kitchen” is not of your kitchen, it’s of what looks to be your idea board:) what a before and after!!
Rebecca @ My Girlish Whims says
oh my gosh girl, you are just a little magic worker! what a crazy difference! you are insanely talented!
Sandra Ellzey says
Absolutely awesome! Congratulations! The pew in the nook is my favorite, but I love it all!
Diana Trotter says
WOW!!!! That’s incredible!!! Really just unrecognizable from the before photos. I love everything in the new kitchen, the backsplash, the island, the beams, the lighting!! Congrats!
That is a gorgeous kitchen! I love everything you did- so cozy and beautiful.
Christina, you and your husband are to be commended for your design savvy and tenacity with creating such a beautiful kitchen. I hope you enjoy it, every day, as much as readers like me enjoy seeing the outcome of all your hard work. Cheers, Ardith
Julie - Being Home says
Wow! Just WOW! You guys have really outdone yourselves! The transformation is amazing! High fives and please go sit down and relax…for a long while. 🙂 Enjoy your lovely new kitchen!
So did you move and redo another kitchen??? Great work by the way, I absolutely love them both! We’re going to be slowly redoing our old 1966 small town home kitchen too!
What a Marvelous Remodel you have done here. Just love the finished kitchen look.
Thank you so much! 🙂
Jonathan Pound says
Your Kitchen looks fantastic! I remember when we remodeled our kitchen growing up. We did it ourselves, and it took a little bit longer than expected. It was so nice to have a stove and oven again once everything was finished.
SO nice, Jonathan! Kitchen renovations are tough – so much of our day revolves around this room!
Thanks so much for commenting! 🙂
Lilly Sedrick says
I love the idea of having a farm kitchen. It is a really unique and creative idea. There is definitely nothing better than being able to like and feel comfortable in your kitchen. In this particular kitchen I am especially a fan of the wood against the right paint. That definitely gives this kitchen a unique and modern look.
so sweet, Lilly! I really appreciate it! 🙂
I love your kitchen, well done. We are in the process of remodeling our own and have an almost identical layout. I was wondering what you did about venting your range. I have looked into a hood (which will change the look of the room for the worst) and downdraft a for a slide in range. Nothing looks hopeful or promising. What’s your take?
Thanks Marci! We didn’t do any range. Our ceilings are high, we have cross-ventilation, and our codes don’t require it. I am glad we don’t have the need for one in our kitchen!! 🙂
Suzanne Taylor says
Hi Christina, love your kitchen! Found it on Pinterest and wondered if the window is original or did you update it?
We want some casement windows in our new kitchen but want french casement.
Anyway, wonderful job!
Thank you Suzanne! It’s original – very drafty and old but we love it! I painted the trim – it used to be a dingy metal 🙂
Beautiful job! Where did you purchase the black window above the sink?
Thank you Lauren! Funny – that window is original to the house and is really drafty and old but I love it. It was a dingy steel, but I painted the panes black when we moved in 🙂