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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Summer Sideboard


I've got one more closet to share some pictures of later this week (we haven't wallpapered it yet but we made it a little more functional) but I still have to finish going through those pictures so today I thought I would share what our kitchen sideboard looks like in the summer. We kept the hot cocoa stuff out through late spring but once the very very hot (yuck!) weather arrived we put that stuff away in the pantry and just kept out the different coffee syrups we use and added a few of the disposable cups we found at HomeGoods in some black and white polka dots and stripes that are fun to use for snacking. Then we generally keep fresh cut flowers from the yard on here. Despite the fact that we've planted quite a few hydrangea bushes the last couple of years we've only had a few blooms this year. At least that's better than nothing, though! And seeing how the bushes are growing like crazy we are hoping next year we will have a lot more to cut. 







Oversized Chalkboard - made by me, you can read more about it here
X Sideboard - made by me, you can read more about it here


Top of Sideboard (left to right): 
Candle Sticks - Balsam Hill
Creamware Bottle Holding Hydranges and Greenery from Yard - Painted Fox

Marble Cutting Board - Gift, Think it was from Sur La Table? Crackled Planter - Birch Lane, spheres in planter - can't remember, have had them for forever
Black and White Disposable Bowls - HomeGoods
Sugar Bowl - World Market
Hot Chocolate Cups and Saucers - L.A. Burdick (anniversary gift years ago)  
Chalkboard Canisters with Copper Tops - Target
Dark Wooden Pedastal - Pottery Barn
Little Mercury Glass Votive holding hydrangeas - Painted Fox
Owl Canister - Target

Middle Row (left to right): 
Coffee Syrups and Waters - World Market, HomeGoods, Fresh Market 
Saucers - Pottery Barn
Microwave - Target
Cup Holder - World Market
Cups - Heritage Lace

Bottom Row (left to right):
Cookbooks - miscellaneous gifts

Metal Tub - HomeGoods
Silver Chargers - Pottery BarnWhite Plates - Mikasa
Blue Plates - HomeGoodsBowls - Pottery Barn, Emma Collection
Aqua Colander - Painted Fox White Dinner Plates - Pottery Barn, Emma Collection
Gray Salad Plates -  IKEA

Aqua Jars - World Market 

I hope you all have a wonderful Tuesday! 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Wallpaper For The Guest Room Closet


I know it will probably seem strange (and probably a little crazy) to a lot of people to bother wallpapering the inside of a closet, but I have to say I love having the little surprise element of opening a closet and seeing a fun and unexpected print inside, especially in a guest room. We had this paper that I absolutely love from Wallpaper Direct hung in here last week and then added a few baskets and metal storage boxes from HomeGoods along with some other storage items we already had and got it all cleaned up for our guests. We have tried to keep this closet relatively empty so that our guests can hang things and use it when they are visiting, but we also needed it to store a handful of our things. Here is what it looked like before. It had the original coat of peachy colored primer on the walls that I am pretty sure was from when this house was built many years ago, and some random things scattered around in here. 


There are about 17" on either side of the closet that you can't see so we stored some of the more colorful things over to the right, (like most of our winters coats, vests, etc.) and then hung a few of the nicer coats near the front.

We also keep things like the girls' suitcases over in that corner and our pack and play is hidden down under the coats. Those items are all still easy to grab but a little tucked out of the way seeing how they aren't things we use on a daily basis. 

Over in the other corner we keep things like my suitcase as well as some random binders and frames and then we have some extra hangers ready for guests to use. The baskets help store things (like fans and other items that are nice to have on hand for visitors) and still keep things visually appealing.  









Source List for Guest Room: 

Wall Color - Graystone by Benjamin Moore in Matte Finish
Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss 
Bed - Skyline Furniture about six or seven years ago

Horse Picture - HomeGoods
Mirrored Dresser - Haynes Furniture about six years ago
Silver Chest - TJMaxx about six years ago
Duvet Cover and Euro Shams - Jardin Toile from Ballard Designs
Quilt and Standard Shams - Audree Pom Pom from Ballard Designs

White Linen Center Bed Pillow - IKEA
White Framed Mirror - Savvy in Williamsburg, VA
Frame with Print - Frame is from World Market, Print is from Dear LillieBench - We made it, tutorial can be found here 
Tall Mirror - HomeGoods 
Mercury Glass Jug - HomeGoods
Metal Sphere - HomeGoods
Chair - on clearance at The Loft Outlet in Williamsburg 
Pillow - Target
Gray Throw - HomeGoods
Drapery Panels - Ritva Panels from IKEA
Curtain Rods - Home Depot
Chandelier - Restoration Hardware Baby and Child
Rug - Rugs USA - Edison in Nickel
Shades - Lowe's
Tray on Bed, Notebook and Tulips - HomeGoods

CLOSET:
Wallpaper: Wallpaper Direct
All Gray Baskets - HomeGoods
White Storage Boxes - IKEA
Metal Boxes - HomeGoods
Metal Bucket - Antique Farmhouse


I hope you all have a fabulous weekend!






Thursday, June 25, 2015

"When I Saw You I Fell in Love..."

I hope you all are having a wonderful week! I finally got our two closet makeovers photographed yesterday and I am hoping to share one of them this weekend and the other one next week. For today I just wanted to pop in to share our newest print and give you a little peek of our new wallpaper.

First, here is our newest print, "When I saw you I fell in love, and you smiled because you knew...":



and here's a little peek at the new wallpaper in one of the closets:

and also we are restocking our "May the road rise up to meet you..." oversized wood signs this morning at 10AM EST:

I hope you all have a fabulous Thursday!


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