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I am so thankful for all the comments and well wishes you have given me over the past six months. Many of those comments have lifted my spirits during the long kitchen renovation process. Your belief in me has truly allowed me to take on projects I would have probably shied away from.

After 6.5 months, we finally unpacked our boxes and officially moved back into the kitchen. The plumber hooked up our sink and dishwasher on Tuesday. It was a milestone for us. My boys (young and adult) acted as if the kitchen sink was a thing of wonder.

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As a thank you for helping me through the process of building our kitchen back after the leak, I’m giving you a little sneak peek of the progress. It’s not complete, but I feel like I owe you this little video preview:

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Just getting caught up on our kitchen renovation? You can read ALL about how we went from a small water leak to bare studs to a working kitchen!

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  1. Mary Cay
    Mary Cay says:

    I’m so happy to find another handy woman! I am the person in our house who tackles all the fix-it jobs and have learned the hard way on many projects. Love this website – thank you!

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  2. jan
    jan says:

    I learned when remodeling a past house the following…
    The vent for the stove should really be larger, wider then the width of stove.
    I also made it easy for my kids to learn how to properly set silverware at place setting
    just set the drawer dividers so that from left to right, the silver is in the same as it would go at each setting. ie: salad fork, dinner fork, knife, spoon , spoon etc. Even my son remembers.

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  3. Anna Sloan
    Anna Sloan says:

    I am curious about your range hood. I didn’t see any DIY references to you making it so am assuming your cabinet people did it? You do have a lovely kitchen and I know you all are thrilled with how it finished out.

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  4. Meg Sluyter
    Meg Sluyter says:

    It looks AMAZING! I love the two tone cabinets too, love that blue. And your floor, every time I see it I love it even more. We are getting a new floor in the kitchen (soon) and I might just have to go with this one. 🙂 It all looks so amazing together too, can’t wait to see it all finished with the back splash and everything.

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  5. shirley@housepitalitydesigns
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    Brittany….Your kitchen is so beautiful!…I love the colors you chose…Oh, I just love EVERYTHING about your kitchen…I am so happy that this project is coming close to completion for you…Yes, you will love that sink..I have a Kohler apron sink also and could never go back to another sink again…and I have ordered the same hardware from D. Lawless!!…I won a GC from them!!…Again, so happy for you Brittany…you did a gorgeous job as usual…

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  6. Kim
    Kim says:

    I found your blog through The Lettered Cottage and have now spent the last 2 hours reading all about your kitchen reno – LOVE IT! I plan – someday- to redo our 1992 honey oak cabinets and absolutely love the colors you’ve chosen for your cabinets. This may be a silly question – but with the color you chose for the blue, did you paint them yourself or did the cabinet manufacturer do it for you? I just love the entire look and will now be showing this to my husband tonight (poor guy!) Can’t wait for the full reveal!

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    • Brittany Bailey
      Brittany Bailey says:

      Kim, not a silly question at all. I didn’t paint the cabinets. I had them match Sherwin Williams Copen Blue. THe factory finish will always be stronger than anything I could paint ;-).

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