Kitchen Accent Wall Takes On A Whole new Look!

Well hello there, happy you could stop by, I really appreciate every single one of you that do stop in! I have been a very busy bee the last couple of days. I have this one accent wall in the kitchen that has really been bugging me! I just hate it. It was just a cream color  and very boring, I had a recent post that included a makeshift desert serving area I just the love the desk turned serving area but not that wall.

So I decided to give it a makeover so I painted the wall with some recently bought Opps paint, I will call it malted chocolate it just has that look! I have had these 4 punched tin square pieces that I picked up on clearance about 2 years ago so I gave them a very light coat of pistachio colored paint. I had picked up this marvelous round clock/table top at Good-Will. I really had no specific plans but I did like the look of it on the accent wall.


I also added some other things such as this shelf, I didn't want to attach it to the wall so it is placed on top of two wide mouth glass vases. Under it I placed pieces of vintage glassware. So when the vases are placed upside down you can see them , and this holds up the shelf.


This vintage shutter was placed on the left side and attached to it is a really super old pin up lamp you know those with the red metal shade? I remedied that by taking some foil and pressing a stencil on it such as I did with my kitchen back splash. I gave it a white wash and a spray of protective coating.

I also hung a basket on the shutter and filled it with some desert dishes.



Under the glass I placed some burlap and black and white checks. The glass will keep it clean and dry.

The shelf holds glasses etc...

A little shelf holds a glass pitcher my aprons and a copper basket. The pantry door has a chalkboard painted on it so I gave it a foe wooden trim.

I found this cool wooden bowl and a box of foe cherries also at Good-will, I really love that place.



The coffee pot sits on this very useful piece, it has many shelves and a small drawer. I attached a cutting board to the top. The shelves hold cups , coffee, filters and hot cocoa.




 
 
I bought this silver piece at a yard sale it has a pretty pearl handle.

This little white napkin holder is perfect for an array of desert size dishes.


 
 
 
 



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