Farmhouse Kitchen Snippets

Our farmhouse kitchen has a lot going for it like its large size, ten foot ceilings, and beautiful brick chimney. However, it needs a lot of work and will be our most expensive room remodel, so we’ve decided to do this room last so we have time to save up.

Although the whole room makeover will have to wait, I’ve added some farmhouse touches here and there. I’ll still be dreaming of beadboard and a big cast iron sink though!
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  1. Angie @ Knick of Time says:

    Meg, I’m SO glad you left a comment on my blog. I just spend 20 minutes reading your blog, and pinned at least 20 photos! I hope you’ll start linking up at the Vintage Inspiration Party – I’d love to feature you! :) Looking forward to seeing the transformation of your lovely old farmhouse!

    • Meg says:

      Your blog is such an inspiration to me, so this comment makes me so happy! I’ll definitely check out the Vintage Inspiration Party! Thank you again for stopping by!

  2. Kelli says:

    So I LOVE the exposed brick in your kitchen. Do you have any pros and cons about having the brick? We are considering adding it to the basement for additional texture. Have you ever used 1/2 bricks specifically used for indoors?

    • Meg says:

      Honestly, I 100% LOVE having the brick in the kitchen! Since this is old brick, we do get brick and mortar dust that falls onto the counter, but that’s no big deal really because we just wipe it up when we wipe down the counters. I’ve heard you can seal brick, but I’m too scared to try. We think this particular chimney might be so dusty because it was improperly sealed at some point, so I don’t want to make anything worse!

      If you want to add brick, I think half bricks would be the best option although we’ve never used them. An exposed brick look in the basement would look amazing though!

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