What’s in a kitchen? A lot when you’re married to a contractor who can cook up some stellar renovation ideas. That’s just what Dallas mom, Meghan Speer got when she and her husband Andy (Speer Custom Homes) set out to create a custom kitchen for their growing family. The outcome is a fresh space for cooking and eating with rustic reclaimed finishes and of course a little cowhide (we’re in Texas after all!). Using his talent and experience, Andy created the unique light fixtures over both the kitchen table and sink using olive buckets and a pulley from La Foofaraw in downtown Plano. The couple sourced additional reclaimed elements for their kitchen such as the pantry door salvaged from a bar in downtown Dallas from Discount Home Warehouse. Beyond the surface are great areas of functionality including custom cabinets that feature excellent organization for clutter-prone kitchen gadgets and appliances. As the heart of the home, this kitchen beats with comfort and creativity that will not be duplicated. (If you’re interested in getting a fancy custom light contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Reclaimed custom kitchen with multifunctional island.
Comfort and functional seating…island bench with storage underneath. Brilliant!
An old bar door for an entry door into a pantry! Great idea and so unique. EAT letters made from reclaimed wood.