Sand and Sisal subscriber, Pam Pierce, let me know that she and her husband were inspired by my Kitchen Island Makeover tutorial. They took that inspiration and turned it into a reality, revamping their builder grade island into a beautiful, black painted, Bead Board Kitchen Island!
Below is a picture of my bead board island after it’s makeover from builder grade drab to custom made fab!
Pam was sweet enough to allow me to share with you all her pictures. Here is a little of what she wrote.
“I knew when we put in the countertops that something had to be done about the cabinets but was trying to figure out the way to go. So, so glad I stumbled upon your blog and saw your wonderful island redo. With just a few supplies and paint we are changing the entire look of our kitchen and on a budget we can live with. So thank you again for the inspiration…I knew what I wanted was out there..I just needed to seek it out and I’m so glad I found it at Sand and Sisal!”
You should’ve seen my smile! I was beaming from ear to ear! Didn’t she and her husband do an amazing job? They even moved on to the peninsula, wrapping it with bead board and trim. Pam says their plan is to transform the entire kitchen this way and have even ordered new stainless steel appliances.
Seeing a reader be inspired by something I’ve created and demonstrated, and proudly turn that into a reality for themselves, warms my heart! Pam, you made my day! Thank you for sharing with us! Give Pam some Comment Love!
Click for the full Kitchen Island Makeover tutorial and see more projects in the DIY Project Gallery at the top of the page. If Pam and I can do it, so can you!
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Deborah H says
Pam, your project turned out great! I was inspired when I first read the original post and can’t wait to do this in my new home. We close on our house June 21st and that island’s getting a makeover! I hope mine turns out as good as yours!
reFresh reStyle says
It looks great! What a difference!
Kim B. says
Wow Pam!! Sooo impressive!! Looks GREAT 🙂
WOW! I love to see people who turn ideas into reality. Sometimes I feel like I collect too many ideas without really acting on any of them. Great job Pam!
Melissa Olivero says
That is so wonderful to know that your beautiful work inspired someone else. Great job on both rooms!
Shirley@Housepitality Designs says
How wonderful is it that she was so inspired by you and ran with it…her kitchen looks amazing and they did such a wonderful job…..You made them very happy and vice versa.
How did you get the posts to sit flush against the cabinet frame edge, doesn’t the 1/4″ thick beadboard push the post out?
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