Get This Look: Fixer Upper Hot Sauce House Kitchen
We’re back today with another Fixer Upper “Get This Look” post. Today, we’re going back to the gorgeous Hot Sauce House. Previously, we’ve shared the powder bath and the formal living room from this charming home. Today, we’ll be sharing the Fixer Upper Hot Sauce House kitchen!
Overall, the home was designed with a rustic Italian vibe, that lends itself well to the farmhouse genre as well. The kitchen was designed as the perfect open concept space, with ceilings and beams making the space feel even larger.
The stucco range hood and ceramic backsplash tiles given a charming, old world vibe.
Joanna wasn’t afraid to mix metals in this space, adding in layers of copper and oil-rubbed bronze. The gray-washed wood corbels tie in nicely with the island and the overhead beams, once again providing an overall cohesive look in the space.
The massive island is a work of art, looking more like a large piece of furniture rather than cabinetry. It’s perfect for entertaining and gathering with large families!
This kitchen really is one of the warmest and most welcoming of all the Fixer Upper kitchens so far! Love the Fixer Upper Hot Sauce House kitchen as much as we do? Here are elements to help you get the look!
We hope you love this gorgeous home as much as we do!
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