Thank you all so much for your awesome comments on my budget kitchen redo!!!!! It truly feels like a fairytale transformation . . . no magic wand required.
We LOVE it. I am so flattered that so many of you do too!!!
I had several questions as to the source of the ikat
material I used for the skirting and it is a Robert Allen fabric
which I bought by special order through JoAnn
Fabrics (it’s in what I refer to as the “hanger section”). I would link you to it online, but it isn’t on JoAnn’s
website that I can find. 🙁
I did NOT anticipate that my kitchen post would have so many people eager to contact paper their own kitchens!!!! That said, if you attempt this project, PLEASE check the adhesive level of the paper you choose and its reaction to the cabinetry you try to stick it to-every paper and cabinet type and stain/paint/seal will be different. Just test ahead of time and then proceed with common sense so that you do not risk any damage to the existing cabinetry.
It is the first delicious fall day here in Indiana. After surviving one of the muggiest, hottest summers I can remember we are having our first day of overcast and nearly cool weather. I am off to my favorite antique store, which just happens to be a stone’s throw from our new house, to do some shopping for the living room makeover. I am working on the living room, our bedroom and Wynn’s nursery all at the same time right now so I am not sure which will be featured next . . . today’s antiquing might decide that for me. Just waiting on the right inspiration to kick one of the projects to the forefront.
I think I will stop for an applesauce donut on the way. Celebrate that bikini season is finally over? Sounds fantastic to me!
Happy Saturday, friends!
And today, more than ever, God bless America.