Alison of Deuce Cities Henhouse knows the joy and pain of renovating on a budget. She’s been updating her century-old house, and this kitchen makeover has been a long time coming.
Get inspired by Alison’s kitchen transformation and see how she used west elm to add the finishing touches to her new bright + functional space! (You can get her full source list on Deuce Cities Henhouse.)
“I’ve been working hard on a kitchen makeover for the last few months. I started by updating my 100 year old kitchen cabinets and hardware. It took a lot of sanding and painting and stripping, but they are looking much better than they did before.” – Alison Allen
“I also replaced the copper paneled backsplash with new white subway tile, and continued the tile into our mudroom as well. I replaced all the light fixtures, and updated a strange and awkward nook in the kitchen with built in cabinetry and shelving. The entire bill added up to less than $2,300, which I am super proud of.” – Alison Allen
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Photos: Alison Allen