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Everything looks awesome!!! I’m glad you kept the counter top, I love it.
seriously? this is to-die-for (and i’m the cliche’ queen) and i wanna be a guest at your house. does next weekend work? (tee-hee-hee!)
It is turning out so adorable. What fun it must be to decorate for guests in that way.
Susan, What an amazing transformation! Well done!
Beautiful guest cottage! Love the skirt around the sink and the chest next to it. Great vision!
WOW Susan, are you sure that’s the same room????
Looks wonderful, fresh and clean.
wow!!! Love, love, love this! Can’t wait to feature it on my blog soon. 🙂
Thanks for linking up!
Really cute redo! I always have a plan before I start a decorating project. However, once in awhile it’s fun to just “wing it”. In your case, no matter what you MO was, it’s a wonderful finished project. Thanks for sharing the great photos!
What a beautiful transformation! I love the farmhouse look that you did. I love all of the accessories. Nice work!
OMG! You never cease to amaze me! Love Love your words…you make me smile every time! Absolutely Beautiful! Gosh I wish we lived closer…how much fun we could have! Can’t wait til your next project!
Oh My! How gorgeous!So many details that I love…don’t know where to begin. The black faucets….your neutrals….Audrey
Amazing what you can do in such a short span of time. All of the details! It’s simply beautiful Susan. You haven’t missed a thing. Lovely!
Well….no sooner had I commented on part one all huffy…..part 2 showed up in my mailbox!!! Holy smokes…you made that corner shine! It is just so cute I can’t stand it!
Gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful cottage. Just want to jump through the pages and stay a while. 🙂 Did I miss it? What color did you use on the walls?
Hi Larri, thanks so much. The walls are Huntington Beige (leftover from the foyer) by Ben Moore. Have a great week.
Wow! Skeeve no more! Now you can just call it ‘the Palace’. Love it!
What an awesome transformation Susan so beautiful, clean and sleek but with a warm homey feeling! I love your black front door and your fall decorating!
Thanks girl. Need to see photos of your outside fall decor…you are the MASTER!!!
LOVE…are you booking now for your guest cottage? not kidding….but I am heading to Target as soon as i can….that rug (s) is gorgeous!!!!!
Andrea, 🙂 the rug is not where the other rugs are. It’s on the temporary “fall” home decor aisle. Look for the new “wood” lamps and burlap and brown kinda plaid shades. That’s the aisle. They are $19.99.
I’m loving that Target rug, it almost makes me want to run out and buy it, except it wouldn’t match anything in my house! Also loving the open shelves! ❤ the outcome.
Gorgeous. What a great job you did. I bet when you have visitors you might have a hard time getting them to leave!
OMGoodness…it is just wonderful!
LOVE that big 3 (I live at #3)!
Going back for another peek so I don’t miss a single detail!
What a change from the before! It looks so fresh and the details are great.
Where did you get your pull down shade?
Hi Mark, I made it from a drop cloth. Tutorial next week! Hope you are doing well.
What a wonderful guest cottage kitchen! I agree -your guests will not want to leave. Also, I love the picture of your home at the top of your blog. It is so pretty decorated for fall and your puppies are precious!!! I am visiting from Wow Us Wednesdays…. so glad I stopped by 🙂
Thank you, Lisa!
Pinned some of these — gorgeous!!!
Thanks, Jenny. So glad you are back!
Thank you, Pam!
Lovely! The open shelving is great. You have some lucky guests!
Just gorgeous, we had a sink like that when I was little! Brought back memories…thanks!
The rug is so neat, love Target!
STUNNING! Featuring this tonight.
Thanks, Jami! 🙂
This is simply wonderful! You have an amazing eye! Love the way you styled the shelves too…it’s just perfect. Love reading your blog!
Whoa! It’s gorgeous! You did an amazing job – what a beautiful cozy little guest kitchen! Great job! Thanks so much for sharing in the Roomspiration Kitchens party! I love it!
I would kill for that sink!!! (not really, just a figure of speech…) Such a beautiful space. Love the whole thing!
Thank you Anne!
I just adore the mix of black, dark brown and white! And that sink is to die for, girl! The whole place look so darn cute and cozy! Great job! 🙂
Thanks so much, Laurie!
I just found your blog! Beautiful!!
Hi Tiffani, thanks so much! Glad you like it.
This little kitchen is perfection. I love it! I have the same sink in my basement and now I have a clear vision for my laundry room. Eventually. Thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks, Ellie! Can’t wait to see how yours turns out!
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