And that was a relief. We have had the winter of all winters, so I figured in keeping with the trend, we would have a super blizzard to mark the start of the month. But no, so now I am worried that we will go out like a lion and I am not going to like that one bit...lol A lot of our snow has melted and I can finally make it to my garden shed to remove the Christmas wreath. The "ice rink" is gone from the front yard and the cats are able to get to their favorite trees to scratch. Which will save me yelling at them to get away from my couch! So more snow will not be welcome at this time. I think this little guy would agree...lol
In the Fall, I nest. In the Spring, I redo! How is it, we can go years looking at the same thing over and over and it seems fine and then there is that moment when we look at it, and it seems all wrong. That is my kitchen. Back in it's heyday, it was all color and pattern and very much in the mode of Mary Englebreit. And I loved it.
But now, I want something simpler, less cluttered, more modern. So I have taken out all the extra knick knacks, removed the pics from the cabinet fronts, sanded down the walls and cupboards and am ready to paint.
I am keeping the green color (I changed that wall a few years ago) and extending it around the window frame which will be painted white, as will the cupboards. Gone will be the black and white checkerboard and yellow window and black knobs.
My cupboards were built in 1948 and they are very basic, but I really like that farmhouse utilitarian look. So I think just a new coat of paint and new hardware will suffice. But I am toying with an overlay on the doors. But I am not quite sure what it will be. Maybe something recycled! I am really excited and can't wait to get it done. Once finished, some of my Roosters and Roses collection will come back to the counters and maybe the curtain, but I will have to see just how I feel. But I do know, it will be a breathe of fresh air. Just what I need after such a long winter. :) Always, Kit
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