We had only been moved in for less than 24 hours when the old kitchen was ripped out! We knew we wanted white and grey, so off we went to IKEA to look around their showrooms! The cupboards and doors are all from IKEA and they are so helpful in store, they have a 3D planning software that means you can design what you wanted and they can tell you exactly what you will need – Mr Rackley actually installed most of this kitchen himself (with some help from my uncle!)
The cupboards are the Ringhult white gloss range from IKEA and the worktops are grey sparkle quartz (think its called platino quartz) fitted by a lovely company called Topsco!
Cupboards – Link
Worktops – Link
We bought the handles from eBay though as the IKEA ones were only matt and we wanted polished chrome:
Handles – Link
All of our appliances, apart from the kettle (pictured) and coffee machine live in a kitchen cupboard and come out when needed then get put back! I hate having too much stuff on the surfaces. We have so many kitchen gadgets, if they were all out I would have no surface left haha – crepe maker, waffle maker, slow cooker, bread maker, grill machine, juicers etc.
Our “kettle” is called a breville one cup, it boils one cup of tea instantly at a time – wouldn’t go back to a normal kettle now, it’s so much easier and quicker!
Kettle – Link
The canvas is a Christmas edition and twinkles!
Canvas – the Range (£7.99)
The floor tiles were from wickes and were called white gloss porcelain floor tiles but don’t seem to be online anymore.
Easiest way to keep them clean I find is with a good steam mop! My fave is the Shark kick’n’flip as it doesn’t leave the floor soaking wet and streaky!
Steam mop – Link
This bar area is our most used part of the kitchen, it’s so useful when preparing food, playing on the laptop, unpacking shopping etc!
Pink Bar Stools – Link
All appliances came from AO.com – they delivered the next day and installed immediately!
More information about how to on this light up shelf can be found on this post – HERE
Photo frame – Asda (not online but £5)
Christmas Print – Link
House Sign – Poundland
Flowers in Jar – From Next a while ago but the range do similar
Christmas LED sign – Link
This windowsill normally has three mini topiary trees year round but the star has replaced one for Christmas.
Blind – from blinds2go.com (style not currently on their list but they were made to size)
Star Light – Link
Mini Topiary Trees (similar, as the original seller has gone) – Link
Light Up Reindeer – Link
Home Sign (similar) – Link
Heart Chopping Board (spray painted pink) – Link
Pink Spray Paint – Link
Glass Splashback – Link
Adhesive Surface Protector Strips – Link
Dolce Gusto Coffee Machine – Link
Square Glass Table – Link
Grey Chairs – Link
Wallpaper – Link
Glass Christmas Tree (filled with baubles) – The Range
Mirror Plate – The Range
The kitchen clock is always very popular! I was’t entirely sure about this clock when it first went up because it looked so big, but it’s definitely grown on me! We’ve angled it 40cm from the centre, there’s a little post about how to put it up – here
Clock – Link
We have put LED light strips along the tops and under the cabinets that change colour – these are the same as the ones behind the TV’s:
Light Strips – Link
Under Cabinet Spot Lights – Link
Plinth Spot Lights (the ones near the floor) – Link
More information about what lurks behind these cupbaords doors and how they’re organsied can be found on these blog posts:
Kitchen Organisation – Link
Pantry Cupboard Organisation – Link
Lots of Love
Mrs Rackley xx