Becky’s Kitchen

Becky’s Kitchen
This is how Becky managed to redo her kitchen with a $700 budget:  lots of sweat, lots of salvaging, and a few freebies!  I think it turned out amazing, and I love the farmhouse feel of it.  
 The biggest and best change was removing those low hanging cabinets and the wall thing they were attached to.  Funny how removing storage made it instantly looks twice as big. I also love how she decided to chop up tiles from the countertop to make the backsplash.  Lots more details to see on her blog Tea Party.  Thanks Becky!






  1. June 22, 2010 / 3:58 PM

    Love this! I am dying to redo my kitchen. Thanks for sharing!

  2. June 22, 2010 / 4:03 PM

    Wow! Great transformation! I’m in love with white kitchen cabinets.

  3. June 22, 2010 / 4:09 PM

    No way! That is freaking AMAZING for $700!

  4. June 22, 2010 / 5:49 PM

    Beautiful and it looks like it would cost so much!!

  5. June 22, 2010 / 7:07 PM

    Amazing redo for $700. Just by removing the cabinets over the bar area madea huge difference. It feels more airy and certainly looks fresh now. Yeah!

  6. June 22, 2010 / 7:27 PM

    Thanks for featuring it. We love how it turned out…and the cost!

  7. June 22, 2010 / 8:14 PM

    This kitchen turned out great! I especially LOVE that it’s given me the idea to hang my awesome vintage chandelier above my kitchen sink…never would have thought it would look so cute!

  8. June 22, 2010 / 9:02 PM

    That is serious bang for your buck! Really beautiful make-over with some really smart decisions on the space planning.

  9. June 23, 2010 / 4:14 AM

    Love the transformation…especially the cabinet reno and the beadboard application along the kitchen island. Great job Becky! Thanks, Lindsey, for posting the project.

  10. June 23, 2010 / 10:32 PM

    Wow! This is sooo pretty. I bet she just sits in there and feels happy:)

  11. July 4, 2010 / 5:19 PM

    Hi I am Colette ,I live in Turkey.I really liked the white kitchen.I want to paint my kitchen white ,could you please tell me ;what kind of painting did you used?

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