One Room Challenge Week 7 is here and we are so close to wrapping up our budget kitchen refresh.
It is hard to believe that we are wrapping up our first ever One Room Challenge.
Welcome to week 7 of the challenge.
When this first began my plan for the space was just a bit different.
Making a few adjustments prior to actually getting started we came up with the new plan, which you can see here.
So where are we?
Where we are with the space
At this point we have removed the old outdated ceramic tile and replaced it with pine shiplap.
Updated our pendent lights by switching out the shades and painting the down rod.
I also switched out the faucet for a more sleek modern one.
This was the hardest part for me so far.
This was hard because I actually switched out the faucet myself.
I never thought I could do it, but i stuck with it and only spent 10 hours replacing the faucet.
Now I have a new skill and a lot of respect for plumbers.
You can see what I learned while doing my first faucet replacement.
Our vintage rug came in and we are waiting on more shiplap for the underside of the bar area.
There are just a couple of small tweaks left in order for our first One Room Challenge to be complete.
What is left for the One Room Challenge
Just a few little things need to be done in order to compete the One Room Challenge.
Changing out the hardware still needs to be done.
We are waiting for the remainder of our shiplap to be restocked at our local hardware store.
But are making a few adjustments to the plan just in case that does not happen in time.
That has been one of the biggest issues during this entire challenge.
Getting the supplies in a timely manner due to the current situation.
Other than that it has gone pretty smoothly and I am ready to finish up.
I am really excited to reveal the final look of this budget friendly kitchen refresh for the One Room Challenge.
Be sure to check out all the other amazing designers and guest participants in the Spring 2020 ORC.
Come back next week for the full kitchen refresh reveal.