Step Four: Valances and Wall Art – Kitchen on a Budget

 
Painted Wall and Cabinets
Painted Wall and Cabinets

If you’ve been following the Redo of the Kuster’s Kitchen, I’m happy to report that the painting is done and it looks fabulous! As of the last update, they had painted the walls and beadboard, but still had the cabinets to complete. It’s amazing what a little paint can do!

Before Photo
Before Photo

 Lori found some apple pictures that she really liked. Remember the original apple photo that she loved? I think the new one’s below work much better – don’t you?

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Wall and Beadboard Painted with New Artwork
Wall before Paint and Art
Before Photo

Additionally, they hung the window treatments on the window and door Doesn’t the valance on the door look great with the photo’s? Lori purchased an extra one so we can make a custom valance to go over the eating area. I’ll take lots of photo’s when we do that in the next few weeks!

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Valance on Door

What’s up next? Besides hanging the chandelier and making the additional valances, the final project is to lay the wood floor. They found prefinished laminated flooring at Sam’s Club and hope to have it finished in the next few weeks! I can’t wait to see that! I know…I’m holding out and you haven’t seen all the areas, but I wanted to save the best for last! Once the wood floor is installed, we’ll do a full unveiling…Stay tuned!

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3 thoughts on “Step Four: Valances and Wall Art – Kitchen on a Budget

    • Hi Amy! I will get some photos… I thought I had posted them, but apparently not! Thanks for the heads up! It turned out really nice and I just did some more valances for her dining room! It’s so easy to do!

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