Kitchen Renovation Resources

Photography by  Nicole Franzen

Photography by Nicole Franzen

Kitchen Renovation — on a Budget

When designing the kitchen for the Slope Townhouse, we considered a careful mix of high and low items to make sure the space was beautiful, but also budget-friendly. We splurged on the appliances, knowing that this would create a really functional kitchen that also felt high-end. To balance the budget, we went with Ikea Sektion cabinet interiors, with custom-made shaker fronts. (The cabinet knobs and pulls are from Etsy, and with a little DIY-ing they became a beautiful natural oak finish). We hoped to purchase the Easton Bridge faucet from Waterworks, but in the end we decided on a more budget-friendly (and aesthetically similar) choice from Rohl.

Resources

Refridgerator // 36” Bottom-Freezer from Liebherr

Stove // 30” Gas Range from Viking

Stove Hood // 30” Hood  from Viking

Faucet // Bridge Faucet from Rohl Perrin + Rowe

Farmhouse Sink //  Fireclay sink from Randolph Morris

Cabinet Interiors // Sektion from Ikea

Cabinet Fronts // DIY Shaker from Semihandmade

Cabinet Paint // Pigeon from Farrow + Ball

Cabinet  Knobs // Mid-Century pulls + knobs from Forge Hardware Studio

Backsplash // Skim coated + painted brick

Countertops // Olympian White Danby marble

Lighting // Arc Globe Pendants from Allied Maker