A “Grim” Brown Cabin Kitchen Gets a Cheery Makeover

In addition to a new color scheme, whimsical silhouettes added cheer.

In total, the project cost about $13,000 with the backsplash tile around $2,300, the island and cabinets around $4,100, and the countertops around $3,300. One money-saving detail Daniela is proud of? “I was dead-set on getting a SMEG fridge for our kitchen, but we ended up finding a similar retro fridge for a fraction of the price,” she says.

In the end, she can’t pick a favorite element. “I’m truly proud of it all!” she says. “Austin and I had been renters up until we bought the cabin, so this was our first time having the freedom to make whatever changes we’d like to a space … I love that I can look around the space and be filled with so many memories of us fixing it up ourselves.”

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