This beaut used to be a kitchen built in that we he pulled out to expand the kitchen. It’s really well made, all real wood, and pretty old. Probably original to our 1942 house. If not original, then from the late 50s early 60s, the one time the kitchen was previously re-done. We definitely don’t want to get rid of this! But we don’t know what to do with it. Our bathroom remodels won’t have the space and we aren’t wanting to open up any dining room walls. Any one with ideas please comment!!
Here’s what it looked like when we moved in:
I love the fact that we bought a fixer upper for our first house. I really do. But sometimes I just want a nice, comfy, cozy, clean house to chill in. Then I snap out of it and tell myself to keep dreaming. Sometimes I’ll force myself to shift that energy towards finishing a project. Whatever. Here is an example of what I am living in.
Yes, the kitchen could definitely be cleaner.
Here is what it looked like before we tore down the stove hood and upper cupboards:
Yep, the mess is part of my life. This is right after unloading the uppers.
You know how on the back of a spray paint can it says not to use it if the temperature is below 50 degrees? Well, my husband won’t allow me to spray paint in the house or garage (since I’m pregnant), so I just did some spray painting outside. It’s about 32 degrees. This is what happened:
I’m spray painting jar lids for my craft room so I can put my cute stuff out all prettily.