We tore out the old kitchen to renovate...
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From the garage sale across the street. This exit sign is what started our kitchen renovation. We wanted to put it up and make it work.
When we learned our new baby would be a boy, our first thought was... Robots. But since this room is knotty pine, it seemed more like a woodland theme with a side of cowboy. Garage sale lamp and frames. Embrodiery work inspired by a family handmade quilt. Vintage cowboy hat.
The rocking chair is from Great Grandma Olive and the wall quilt is by Great Grandma Hendricks. The curtains are a Japanese print--my mom made these. Mom also sewed the crib bedding. Fabrics from Repro Depot.com .
Scanned graphics from the fabric are placed on a textured background, printed on 8.5 x 11 sheets, and mounted in thrift-store frames. So, just how we like it--custom and personal. We decided to spring for the classic Nelson pendant lamp because it is perfect. I've been waiting for a reason to buy one of those.
Light and breezy (formerly a congested home office). Pretty, but not too girly. Handmade curtains and bedding. Furniture is second hand. Posters made from vintage coloring books, printed on blocks of color and mounted to foam board (easy--no frames or glass). Vintage chair updated with furry slipcover. Thrifty!