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So…guess what?! Old Salt Farm is literally days away from being finished, and today you get a sneak peek into one of my most favorite spaces–the farmhouse kitchen. There are still some things left to get done–lighting goes in at the beginning of the week, the appliances arrive on Wednesday, and the cabinetry and finish works aren’t quite done, but it’s mostly completed, and I couldn’t wait to show you!
I’m a farmhouse girl thorough and through, and it’s been so fun to think about how I want to my kitchen to not only look, but function. I have just started buying a few things to stock the kitchen, and I decided to see how they look in the space.
To me, nothing says “farmhouse” more than classic white. I love white dishes because they’re crisp, clean, fresh, and so versatile. I can pair them with any color scheme, they work for any holiday, and I just love the way they look.
I have needed new dishes for awhile now, and I found the perfect set by Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart, and not only were they just what I was looking for, but the cost was so reasonable. Just $35.88 for a complete set of 4 which includes dinner plates, small plates, bowls, and mugs–can you believe it? Because there are 8 in our family, I like to have a service of at least 12, and I was able to get that for just over $100.
Gingham is my favorite, and I love it for summer. I paired the red gingham napkins (actually, they’re dishtowels!!) with a piece of greenery from our yard, and these adorable chalkboard tags. I love them! Chalkboard is definitely a farmhouse staple, and I can use these cute tags for so many different things around the kitchen–everything from place cards to labeling baskets in the pantry to entertaining.
I just love this wire tray–it’s perfect for holding extra dishes and utensils, for serving, and for decor. It works anywhere in the kitchen and for entertaining as well.
I like having my wooden spoons on the counter–I use them often and want them to be accessible–and I turned this farmhouse lantern into the perfect wooden spoons holder.
My farmhouse kitchen sink is probably one of my favorite things ever, and I don’t think I’m actually going to mind doing the dishes! I found the cutest soap dispenser that’s actually for the bathroom, but it looks so cute in my kitchen.
Even though we haven’t moved in yet, and work still needs to be done, it was so fun to do a little decorating, and get a feel for what our farmhouse kitchen will look like. Stay tuned…I’ll be giving a full reveal and home tour when it’s all finished!
Farmhouse sign: DIY (tutorial coming soon)
Farmhouse Benches: DIY (tutorial coming soon)