[before & after] Rosemary Beach kitchen, part 2



We’ve showed you some images from the remodel of this Rosemary Beach kitchen before, but we recently had the house rephotographed and wanted to share these new images as well.  When this family from Atlanta purchased their home the first thing they did was head down to our shop at 72 Main Street.  They said, “We just bought a house and we need your help!”  For this young family Paige and Anna Kay created a look that was clean and mostly composed of  tone-on tone-of whites and linens with hints of blue found in the Gulf that is just outside the windows. 

The kitchen started with pickled wood cabinets and peach granite countertops with a step up bar.  We left the general layout of the kitchen and the appliances and extended the island at all counter height and surrounded it with stools to be able to enjoy a bowl of cereal before a day at the beach.  The lower cabinets are painted a dark chocolate brown with the upper cabinets painted the same bright white as the walls.  We really love how this weights the lower cabinets.  Also, throughout the kitchen and the adjacent living and dining room we selected solid wood beams and painted the pickled ceiling bright white to match the walls.  All of this created a kitchen that makes it the perfect place to hang out with a glass of wine and watch the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico.

[‘after’ photo by Michael Granberry]

10 thoughts on “[before & after] Rosemary Beach kitchen, part 2

  1. What a great renovation! I love that everything from the counter up is bright white… looks very clean! What material was used for the countertop?



  2. This is truly STUNNING! I love those light fixtures, the stools that can be tucked out of the way, the clean white counters…just beautiful!! I’m so glad I found your blog…great inspiration!!


  3. This is so calm and beautiful!

    I am redoing my kitchen and I love those light fixtures? Can you mention where are they from?



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