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Willow Decor's 1930's Kitchen Reno Posted!!

Posted by willowdecor (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 22, 09 at 5:39

In case you missed it on Kitchens - Here is the kitchen to match to the previous Butler's Pantry in my 1930's Colonial.
Thanks for all the help from GW's. I couldn't have done it with out your help and inspiration!

Below is the link for all the before and afters!

Here is a link that might be useful: Willow Decor's Kitchen

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RE: Willow Decor's 1930's Kitchen Reno Posted!!

It looks amazing!!! I love everything - the fireplace/tv area is just incredible. I LOVE the color - what is it? We're searching for the perfect gray/blue for our dining room. :-)

RE: Willow Decor's 1930's Kitchen Reno Posted!!

The color is BM - 1559 Arctic Shadows. The Butler's Pantry cabinet color is BM 1558 - Fieldstone. (The wall color, because the kitchen has so much natural light, reads the same as Fieldstone) It is a very interesting neutral warm gray. I've gotten a lot of compliments on it.

RE: Willow Decor's 1930's Kitchen Reno Posted!!

Your home should be honored to have found you :)

RE: Willow Decor's 1930's Kitchen Reno Posted!!

What a beautiful job you did. Especially, I am impressed that you were able to capture so well the 'look' of the rooms you had used for inspiration. Not only does the craftsmanship look immaculate, you haven't ruined the integrity of the era with that pantry. It's as functional as it is beautiful. Nice, nice job.

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