Shop the House: The 5th Street Story
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This kitchen is full of natural light and was such a big transformation! If you don’t remember from the episode this kitchen was in bad shape. Things were falling apart, it was dirty and completely unusable. A total gut job! But look at this lovely little kitchen now! The door with those arched glass windows in the back is absolutely beautiful! Chip and Joanna really brought this home back to life. The subway tile backsplash and gray grout tie in perfectly with the concrete countertops. In the center of the kitchen in a small island with a zinc countertop. Over the island hangs a gorgeous scalloped dome metal light fixture. Unfortunately, this fixture is no longer available anymore. However, I have found some great alternatives for you all here and here! These are some of my favorite light fixtures!
Across from the island is a huge farmhouse apron-front sink with a wall mounted faucet, with vintage style “hot” and “cold” knobs. Perhaps the best part of this kitchen is all the small details that bring the whole room together! Such as the wooden tray, chicken wire utensil holder, and the black metal shelf with mugs hanging from it’s hooks. I also love all the pops of green that Joanna uses throughout the space! The green apples in a wood bowl on the island, the faux greenery in the box on the shelf, and the pitcher of fresh flowers.
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