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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Updated Kitchen Nook

 Remember when I posted our kitchen nook before/after? Well, I finally got to taking some decent pictures of this space while it was clean! And guess what? It's currently back to being messy. 
Such is life with baby.
 This sweet little school desk belonged to Andy's sister. It says "Jenny" on the seat. I love it and Drew likes to stick things in the cubby below. I can so see Drew having her buddies over one day, playing school and "teaching" on the chalkboard. Of course, she will have to watch some throwback Saved by the Bell or Boy Meets World to know about a chalkboard in the classroom!
I love this Tiny Prints acrylic photo block collage. I went to the Tiny Prints website and easily uploaded the pictures I wanted to use. I was so excited when it arrived in the mail and knew I would have just the space for it. Everyone that sits in the kitchen nook when they visit asks about this fun way to display pictures.
 I could seriously hang pictures of Drew in every corner of the house.
My aunt's advice was to use dark frames on either side of the window which I agree with. I just haven't had the chance to work on it. Everything that happens around here happens slowly! On the right of the window you can see Andy's drift wood. He brought it in the house one night super excited to put it somewhere. I wasn't sure at first, but I love it now. I love the pieces in a home that make it unique to those who live there. So much of this room feels that way.

 These curtains are miracle curtains. They were easy to hang and hem and were so well priced. They definitley look more expensive than they are. Thank you, Ikea. Thank you, Aunt Ruthanne!

 Eventually, I will flip the camera to the other side of the room.. In time, in time!


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