Cottage Style with Pops of RedBy Mary
Finally a small peek at the little cottage project we started last Fall!
The most dramatic change in this little house was the removal of the wall separating the living space and the kitchen. This house is only 1000 sf. We needed to give it as much open space as possible.
We did several posts about this project while in process. Here is a link for a look at the original kitchen (before)! Here is the after:
The kitchen renovation in such a small space turned out great! Very functional and easy to clean with painted white cabinets, marble-like quartz countertops and porcelain wood-look tile throughout. The red Viking range is really brighter than shown and sets this white kitchen apart from all the others. (Sorry the photos in this post are not the best)
“Touches of red” accents are used throughout the space to give it the pop.
This red framed Monopoly board fit perfect on the dining nook wall. It was created by the owner’s father who recently past away. It was nice to incorporate this special, sentimental piece.
To see a few more back scene shots during construction go to the Cottage Re-do post.
The house is small but great for a couple or as a weekend get-a-way! Comfy furnishings with deep sea blue and red accents complete the living space.
I think I could live here! How about you?
We are so busy here with work and play! Stay tuned for more to come!
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