Fulfilling Your Pattern Needs
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I’m officially declaring rooms in the house done. Laundry room, check. Kitchen, check. Dining room, check. Outside, check. Still a couple things here and there to do, but I’m calling them done.
gNorman the gnome guards my front step (thanks to my awesome co-workers). The pots are painted using leftovers from the living room and kitchen, and they hold deliciousness. Orange mint and basil. Om nom nom.
The kitchen is now rocking a chalkboard wall, and a sweet towel hook. Plus the curtains I posted earlier. That’s all I did, unless you count making the washclothes and towel.
Replaced the chairs I’d picked up at a garage sale with an actual matching set. Snagged them at Waldo Antiques. I’ve decided that I love buying furniture used – each piece has a story and character. Plus, they cost about the same and are usually more sturdy. Not to mention no assembly required.
I love the built in bookshelf. It’s probably my favorite thing in the house. The table I got off Craigslist, the bamboo was inherited when Rachel moved to CT, and the print is an artist print from my friend Mike Sgier. He does good work. I loved the Street Scenes series this was a part of.
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