Skirted Sink & DIY Kitchen Tour6:00:00 AM
I don't give too many room tours but everything about my kitchen screams DIY...
My kitchen cabinets are getting old and in need of a paint job.
I'd love a farmhouse sink but my sink is on an angle and it's impossible to put one here...
So... I like to add farmhouse style with DIY accessories...
Today I'm removing the door under the sink and replacing it with a DIY grain sack skirt...
I began by taping off a length of drop cloth fabric and painting barn red stripes...
I created a skirt by folding over the fabric and running a seam.
I used the original hem of the fabric as the bottom and fringed the other edges.
I ran an aluminum rod through the skirt seam and bent the ends.
The rod is hung on 2 screw hooks and can be easily removed for washing.
I think it adds even more farmhouse character to my DIY kitchen...
I added a slab of marble to the top and I use it as extra counter space.
The pot rack is refashioned from an old garden table.
Behind the photographer is the desk area I chalk painted and turned into a free standing hutch.
To the left of this hutch is the dog fence I built so the jack wouldn't climb over.
Below the cabinets bun feet were added.
They were up-cycled from an antique headboard.
Across the counter is our dining table.
The painting of The Hands was done by my oldest daughter and given to me for my 50th birthday.
In the background is the tripod floor lamp made from a telescope base.
Over the kitchen table is my DIY Farmhouse Lamp.
The trompe-l'oeil chalkboard is painted right on the wall.
Around the other side of this very "U" shaped kitchen is what was once the dining room.
We now use this room as a cut through to the living room.
And that my friends is my very link-heavy DIY kitchen.
For the updated, painted kitchen please go here for the full story!
If you are interested in any other DIY related kitchen projects
from my kitchen, here are the links...