You may be wondering about my kitchen. Did she finish it, yet?
The last thing you saw was a wall of wonky tile.
Truth is, yes, we did finish it, but I haven’t showed it to you, yet because it hasn’t been “decorated”. You would think with my large collection of kitchen items, I would have figured this out by now.
Things are looking just a little “too new” in here and I’m not cool with that.
(After seeing this pictures, I’m also thinking these shelves may need some trim work.)
(A little more colorful, but still…meh.)
I have two of these corner shelf areas that need to be decorated. They’re clearly not very functional.
(Even more colorful, but still, way too static.)
Hardly anything fits in these tiny triangular spaces.
I’m really struggling with what to put here. I would love to put some old rusty scales here, of course, but the shelf is far too small.
(Mr. Wonderful’s favorite.)
If I’m honest with myself, the plates look the best, but I’m not happy with that fact. It’s far too traditional for me and I’m not really a traditional girl, in the decorating sense of things. I like things quirky and weird and rusty. I don’t have traditional decorating like a painting or a plate wall anywhere in my house and I kinda like it that way. I do like it in other people’s homes, but not necessarily my own.
So this is how my kitchen looks now as I write this. After all my playing around with “stuff”, empty shelves and stuff strewn all over is what I’m left with. Don’t even get me started on that lower shelf…ugh!! It keeps falling out and I will now have to add some cleats to this shelf to get it to stay in because those stupid plastic holder thingies certainly aren’t doing the trick.
Tell me, please, what would you do with these spaces? I’m having a serious design brain cramp! Help!
Bye from the bungalow,