Sometimes good things take time. That’s what photographer Sara Liggoria-Tramp learned shortly after embarking on a pandemic project to update her galley kitchen. In need of serious updates, Sara, an interior photographer and frequent contributor to the Style by Emily Henderson blog, kicked off the renovation in May 2020. The overhaul took over a year and half, and the stunning results feature refreshed kitchen cabinetry, new countertops, hidden appliances—and plenty of our bestselling lighting, plumbing, and organizational accessories. Take a tour—Sara’s space proves that no matter the size of your kitchen, it can be beautiful and functional.

Sara’s galley kitchen in full view—our Foster Flush Mount sets the tone.
To pair with Foster and spotlight the kitchen sink, Sara chose our Eastmoreland Arched Wall Sconces with sleek, clear glass shades. With a classic, schoolhouse-inspired style, Eastmoreland is customizable with 56 shade options.
Speaking of the kitchen sink, our Descanso Pull Down Kitchen Faucet adds an industrial touch. Descanso’s high-arc 360° rotating spout allows for easy cleaning and filling of large pots.
Our solid brass Brookside Rail System adds a layer of organization and dimension to the kitchen’s open shelving.
Open shelving is a great way to showcase your most reached for items—and personal treasures. We love Sara’s display of cutting boards, cookbooks, and collected decor.

If you’re planning your kitchen renovation and need help, meet with one of our design experts. Booking a session with our Design Crew is free and easy.

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