Happy Friday! Hope all is well.
As I continue our kitchen project journey with you, tonight I wanted to speak about the area in our kitchen opposite the kitchen table and closest to the family room; we call it the “bar area” as it has a small wine rack above and we generally use it as a beverage staging area for gatherings.
This is where we store all of our glassware and unlike the rest of the kitchen, we have glass panels in the upper cabinets.
I stained these cabinets as part of my overall cabinet update project that I discussed previously. In this area I took a little different approach however, I hit these cabinets a bit with a screwdriver and a small hammer to age them before I did the stain treatment. It makes for a subtle difference (not sure if it can be seen in the photos) while giving the cabinets a wine room look.
I like what we did with bar because it gives a nice display of our glassware and espresso cups instead of just having it filled with knick-knacks like I did years ago, it is a better use of space and we use all of our glassware more often.
I also did this backsplash with the same techniques as the other backsplash.