Get This Look: Fixer Upper Graham House Kitchen and Dining Room
Season 4 of Fixer Upper is well under way, and we are loving so many of the designs already! Today we’re going to talk about that gorgeous kitchen and dining room from the recent Graham House renovation!
Images courtesy of Magnolia Market, used with permission
It’s hard to believe the kitchen once looked like this. What?!?
With the removal of some walls and a new layout, the new kitchen and dining space exudes warmth and charm.
The dining room has a beautiful modern farmhouse vibe and the wood elements help add warmth to an otherwise neutral space.
Black metal accents help to make the space feel more modern and current, while retaining the farmhouse-vibe.
Let’s take a deeper dive into how you can achieve a similar look in your own home!
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How to Get the Look: Fixer Upper Graham House Kitchen and Dining Room
If you love this look, as well, but don’t know where to start in your own home, we’ve outlined some tips and sources below to get you started! We’ve found some nearly identical items (and some are the exact ones) from this kitchen so you can recreate the look in your own home!
LIGHT, NEUTRAL FOUNDATION
The foundation of this room is fairly light and bright. Start with creamy white walls along with white trim and beadboard-style cabinets. The white subway tile backsplash is accented with a plaid motif under the vent hood for added personality.
ADD AN EARTHY COLOR TO THE SPACE
The sage green island creates a natural, relaxed vibe that feels welcoming and cozy. We’re predicting that green in the kitchen is going to make a huge comeback in 2017 so be on the lookout! This particular color helps the kitchen to feel more casual (but still polished) and helps eliminate some of the starkness that can come with an all-white kitchen.
LAYER IN WARM ELEMENTS
To counter the cool, white cabinets, you will want to layer in warm wood tones. Elements like the golden oak hardwood floors, wood doors and cabinet, and rustic bar stools help make the space feel warm and cozy.
ADD SOME BLACK
To add to the modern farmhouse vibe, add in small doses of black. By adding in touches of black iron like the details on the bar stools, the large chandelier over the dining table, and the black wood Windsor dining chairs, a bit of industrial is added to an otherwise calm space. The juxtaposition of the two makes for a beautifully finished home!
GET THE LOOK
Click any of the images below to learn more about each item.
Be sure to also check out the entire Fixer Upper Graham House Tour and see the incredible before and after photos!
Which Fixer Upper space is your favorite? Are there any you would love to see us recreate? Let us know in comments!
The DIY kitchens are gorgeous. If I have any of those 2 kitchens, I will be cooking more. I love all the hardware that were used. Thanks for posting them.
You you know what paint color was used on the kitchen island?
I’m in love with this sage green color used on the island and laundry room. Do you happen to know what color it is?