Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Welcome to my kitchen.......please come on in!

Hi there ! welcome to my kitchen where you can find any gadget you may need and also usually something tasty cooking. Don't mind me though my clothes are paint  stained my hands   well Ill hide those you sure don't want to see them after cutting wood ,sanding painting etc. I should be arrested for having hands like this lol. So I have crafted, bought and repurposed everything here. A trip to Target was fun I scanned all the clearance in the home dept . I bought 3 lovely green dishes , a wonderful candle and 2 very large kitchen towels all for about 14 $ . All which is used in the kitchen. Lets take a peek....Love to offer you a tea and a fresh bagel...……..


 This luscious  smelling candle was a Target find





I decided to go for a chunky lace curtain until Fall isn't that crazy we go from less is more to Chunky!

An old wooden box holds some vintage apple dishes and other vintage odds n ends



These 3 crazy shaped dishes which are now my favorites were also a Target find 


I am using a lg vintage mixing bowl to house all my utensils and my favorite wooden rooster The wall above  has an old cupboard door hung 



This wreath and old window along with a farmhouse sign hang above the stove 



I am for sure loving the Peel n stick Backsplash that I had introduced the other day









I crafted the bakeshop sign   I have decided to do all the wood floors Scandinavian style , white, easy to clean and so nice and bright



I also made the dairy sign and the pig and rooster chalkboards













Love these little egg holders from Mexico hand painted roosters.
Thanks for visiting here at Sweet Tea N' Salty Air Where everyone can feel at home!

Lisa
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