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{Interiors} A Little Kitchen Refresh

Judy Shevlin

Hi everyone!

I don't know about you but once Christmas passes I just love to give my home a little update to remind me that Spring is on the way. Lets face it, January is a long old month and it's nice to know that a change in the seasons is round the corner.

One of the biggest (and much needed changes) to my kitchen was switching up my bar stools. Don't get me wrong I loved my Tolix style stools, but I just fell in love with these light grey hairpin stools from Cult Furniture as I thought they would add a little bit of a fresh look to my kitchen island!

We eat most of our meals at the island during the week so its important to have something which is practical as well as stylish.

I loved the mix of the elm wood seat and the industrial feel frame, giving my traditional kitchen a little bit more of an edge so its not too 'grown up and serious'.

Some other little mini updates include this framed agate print from Dunelm to switch up the cooker hood. This is such a great space to style and make the kitchen feel more homely.

On the island to bring in a little more wood, I got this gorgeous mango wood tray which I display my flowers on and it complements the wood from the stools. Also you cant have that Spring feel without daffodils! 


In my dining area I kept it simple with just a fresh bunch as flowers which is a cheap as chips way to freshen up a space.

For my dresser update, I spotted this gorgeous triple hurricane lantern in Dunelm sale and I knew it was just perfect for that space!

I hope you enjoyed my mini kitchen revamp. I plan to freshen up a few more spaces before baby arrives and stay tuned for my new living room blog too! It's a work in progress as we speak :)

Much Love,

Judy xo

*The light grey hairpin stools were gifted by Cult Furniture and inspired my little kitchen revamp!


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  • CAtherine on

    Gorgeous, where did you get the little dish your soap is sitting on? X

  • theshawe on

    Very cool new bar stools. It’s good to stay not too grown up and serious. ?

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