Kitchen island mini makeover.
Please excuse me but, I have to swoon a little.
It took my husband all of 4 hours to add the wide, paneled wainscoting to our kitchen island, including painting and adding 3 1/2 inch molding. We wanted to add some texture to the kitchen. We painted the island a few different colors, black, cord, then grey, but in the end returned to old faithful white. White kitchens are my favorite.
Mr T. is the best man a girl could ask for. He is hard-working, an amazing father, and hubby. His faith is sound with God. He is my best friend.
My cute handyman does things around the house for me often. Bless him for being so patient. How many times can a girl change a paint color?
He knows how important it is to make a house a home, and we make it fun!
I am lucky.
Wide panel wainscoting is another favorite.
We have a few more projects under way, can’t wait to share.
I LOVE old stools.
I was so fortunate to come across these two little cuties on sale together.
My alabaster apples, a great accessory.
I will be hosting another giveaway…
These gorgeous finds will be part of another amazing giveaway !
My French, wooden kitchen linen holder…lol
French wicker wine jugs!
How well do you gals know me?
Ok, fun little game…you know I can cook a little, but can I bake?
Is this apple pie real or fake?
Did I spend long hours on this beautiful yummy apple pie?
Find out in a future post…tied to the giveaway!
This old, black caddie is used to hold my vintage blue and
white transfer ware, linens, ironstone and silver utensils. (not for use)
I love the black patina.
My French herb basket found a new place in my kitchen window.
Now the herbs gets the perfect amount of sun.
I changed the white balance in my camera to cloudy to achieve this affect.
Here are some close-ups of the apple pie and kitchen.
My two favorite pictures.
Daddy’s little helper!
Love to share.
Have a beautiful day!