Stacked Cabinets in the Kitchen

It’s FRI-YAY! And the stacked cabinets are DONE! We’re skipping out of the office early and putting a big fat check mark next to this one. I’ll be uploading the rest of the cabinet stories today on Instagram, so watch those if you want more info. But basically—Brad says the most important thing to know about the stacked cabs DIY was that it was MUCH more involved than he ever imagined. “It was a beast”, he says. 😆 On the upside, it only cost us $300 in materials.

I could die every time I see those stacked cabinets in the background. 😍 Brad seriously outdid himself on that one. I wanted to tell you all thank you so much for the love on the last post! You guys are so good to us. 🥰 Oh! And I’m starting a new thing. It’s called “Where’s Milo”. 🕵🏻‍♀️🐶 He’s literally in like 90% of my pics…but just tends to blend right in. #camodog. And yes, he’s asleep in this shot. .

Anywho, do you know what today is?? LIMEWASH DAY with @romabiopaintsand @servicefirstpainting and I’ll be bringing you along! Keep an eye on stories later today. 👀 .

Rug is from @boutiquerugs and direct link is in my profile. I think the coupon code HOLLY50 is still active so use it while you can! 👐🏻 .

Make sure you check back in a couple of weeks- we’ll be updating the counter tops with beautiful quartz! I can’t wait! (UPDATE: see our new counter tops HERE)

Original Post HERE

May 8, 2019

  1. Nichole says:

    My friend’s thinking about tackling this and I directed her to your insta. You and Brad make everything look so doable!

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