Tuesday, January 10, 2012

project love...

2012 started  with a bang.
It's  a new year 
and 
 a new project.


The Christmas hoopla was over
and
was
ready.

Ready for a project.


Did I tell you about my Christmas gift from my Mr.?
I asked for  project time.
Have I told you?
I am a project girl.
I am happiest 
when I am smack dab in the middle 
of a project...
planning, painting, and doing.

When I have a paintbrush in my hand I have a smile on my face.

Do a project with me and you will have my undying love.



My current project?
My pantry.

I'm not sure this was  necessarily 
the most important project 
to tackle
but  
the winds of inspiration are not always logical.
And we must follow the inspiration.


We have spent the week
tearing out, re-installing
and paint, paint, painting.


this is what my pantry looked like most of the time


 the L-configuration was not working for me...
I'm too short so I couldn't reach anything in the corner


the paint was crackled and not in a good way

more overflow

do you wonder what is under that countertop?
that will be  phase 2
phase one is the main wall


 STEP 1: we MY MR. tore out the base cabinets/shelves



which led to this


this has been my kitchen for the week
at  about day 3
 I start to wonder 
"what have I done"
and
" I think I have issues"


STEP 2: this dresser was in the barn
I found it thrifting with a damaged top




I LOVE the drawers


 We My Mr. removed the base and the top 
made a new base 
and 
installed it.

Now, it looks like a built-in


STEP 3:  wood countertop
(a scrap piece that was in the  barn, too)




STEP 4: sand off years of globbed-on old paint, 
put  beadboard in the back of the shelves, 
build new shelves for the base



STEP 5: paint
this is my first time using this new paint
it's a hybrid oil
it's water base and it's oil base
don't ask me how that works
it was easy to apply like water-base...
we will see if it has the durability of oil


STEP 6:hardware
the part I imagined and could NOT wait for


STEP 7: put it all back together
I am in the battle of  beauty vs. function 
Iwant it all to be cute
I know this battle well.

For now, I will let the countertop be cute and functional
and what happens behind closed doors...
well, stays  behind closed doors.







cost of project
dresser: $24
countertop: free
paint- $28
hardware-$40
baseboard moulding-$6.00
total:$98.00


all of this for under $100.00!



plus glass canisters from Wal-Mart
*****
tip:  this was the right size jar for balance 
but 

that is  a lot of rice

I put in an empty tupperware in the jar first 
and then poured in rice around it



ok...I lied...I couldn't help it...
I still (partially) decorated the inside of the shelves


I still have a lots of details to finish.
I need to complete phase 2
to see if everything will have a place.
I still have some purtify-ing to do.
But I am  pleased as punch with the results so far.


Merry Christmas to me.


141 comments:

Amy Kinser said...

Wonderful 1st project. It looks fantastic!

My Country Heaven Cottage said...

OMG!!!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I LOVE IT!
I'm impressed!

Robin and Pam said...

Oh my gosh how gorgeous! Great gift!

Mary Ellen said...

Loving this!! I pinned this to my kitchen inspiration board as a new kitchen is on the list but very budget friendly if it is ever going to be done!!Love the use of the dresser! Great Idea!!! Can't wait to see more!

EllenaElizabeth said...

Beautiful. I love the crackled old cupboards. Is this your pantry or your kitchen? If it's just your pantry I think I might faint...LOL I love it!!!!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

I can't believe you did all that for $100!! Your pantry is the size of many kitchens-love it! We had a pantry in our previous house and I still miss it 8 years later.

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Wow--what a transformation! Been eating out a lot? It makes me tired just looking at it, but you are doing a great job!:) Good luck on phase 2.

Fishtail Cottage said...

Amazing!!! I love it....

Karen's Place said...

We/My Mr. did real good! Love it. Can't wait to see part 2.

margits bastelstube said...

dear rene,
so much works....but a wonderful result! very, very beautiful.
many greetings
margit

Debra @ Common Ground said...

OH RENE!!!! This is wonderful, I'm sooooo jealous, not really, but you know what I mean! You have a great hubby to do this! just beautiful. xoxo

marga said...

OMG............i love love love how it looks! It's al so beautifull. You and your MR. did a great job. Did i say i love love love it. I did did'nt i......well i do!
xxx Marga

BECKY said...

Wow! The pantry looks amazing! Love that you made a "built in" out of the chest of drawers!! What a fabulous idea!! And the hardware is perfect, and I adore the little curtain on the bottom! I need you to help me redo my kitchen!! It has great bones, but needs some purtifying!!

Thanks for sharing! So inspiring!!
Blessings,
Becky

Cindy@OldTimePickers said...

Oh my...that has to put a smile on your face every time you look at it! And such a large space for a pantry. I really like how you used things you already have. That old, inexpensive dresser gives it so much detail. Amazing transformation.

The Tattered Cottage said...

WOW!! A job well done! It looks beautiful! Congrats to Mr. & Mrs G! How exciting to have another little one to add to your family.
Toni

Sandi said...

LOVE your Christmas gift from your MR!! I love those kinds of gifts as well! I am dreaming of doing something with the old porch posts that I have in the potting shed and when I make a decision we will be busy too!!
Hugs~

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

OMG AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good for you tackling that job. It looks awesome and sooooo pretty. Pretty and functional. It doesn't get any better than that. Thank you for sharing and inspiring us this morning:)
~Debra xxx
Capersofthevintagevixnes.blogspot.com

Becky C said...

All I have to say is WOW! What a transformation!!This is a gorgeous space now...you two are magic together :) That countertop is a beautiful piece of wood. How blessed for you to get some project time! I really enjoyed seeing the whole thing come together.

" SHABBY JUNK" said...

Oh Love it! The dresser was a good idea. Love the black handles. My husband is good at things like yours. He redid our kitchen years ago with cabinets ripped out where he works. We are so lucky!! Good Job!! judy

trash talk said...

That's your pantry? Girl...that's the size of my whole kitchen. I'm such a pansy, I can't even begin to think about taking on that size of a project. It is perfect and I love how you can "see" with your mind what you need and what you have.
Deb
P.S. The tupperware light bulb idea...brilliant!

Leah C said...

Oh my, oh my...love, love, love your new pantry!! Project well done:)

vintage girl at heart said...

Oh I LOVE it alll!!!!!!!!!!!!
You and the Mr. are so good twogether!!
Enjoy your new kitchen!

rosarod said...

Hi Rene, What a great project! He has been fabulous! Every detail has accomplished a real kitchen. white is beautiful! Greetings. Rose M

Katydid said...

Wow! Amazing! I'm getting a new kitchen this year. I love your all white kitchen. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing your gift with the blogger world.

Terry said...

This is amazing. This dresser works so well and I love the use of it. Please consider painting the underside of the upper cabinets too. And let us know more about this paint and how it holds up.

Sheri said...

It looks amazing!

greenearthgoodies said...

Oh my, this is stunning!
You have such incredible vision (not to mention one handy hubby). I love getting inspiration from you. Bravo!

Tina @ TinyBear Studio said...

it´s awesome - love that desk with the drawers and the hardware. Such a great idea.

Auntie Bliss said...

Absolutely perfect!!!

1littlemom said...

LOVE it! You are so talented, your Mr. too!

Sweet Old Vintage said...

What a great transformation....

Gail said...

What a stunning space! I'd be over-the-moon happy to have that kind of a space in my home. My "pantry" is a closet, yes you read right, a closet at the end of my hallway! Hahahaha, but it's o.k. and serves it's purpose and I'm thankful to have it!
Beautiful job....:).

shannon i olson said...

oh my!!! what an amazing job! Just gorgeous and fabulous and all that! those projects that are so wonderful they make us smile....always have a mess involved, thanks for showing us the messy side too. I always hope no one stops by when we are in the midst of a project eek! Just lovely!

cindy the cottage chick said...

AWesome!!! I love how frugally you did it too...Love those pulls. And I'm loving the direction your decorating is heading...still lots of white with some awesome textures and contrasts.

Congrats on the coming new grandbaby! My first grandbaby is coming end of august, but they decided to wait on knowing whether it's a girl or boy. She'll deliver at home...at MY home, actually!

Curtains in My Tree said...

OMg girl what a great transformation , love it and so darn smart to use that dresser , never would have thought about that. Of course having a handy man never hurts either because I am not good with a hammer or screwdriver. I did teach myself to paint last year LOl

can't wait to see more

Sheila R - Blessed and Distressed said...

Love your beautiful kitchen redo! What a great idea on using a piece of furniture to look like a built in. Must show my Mr.!

Alba Linea said...

wow! looks soooo great! love your style very much! best wishes and a soon "kitchenending". di ;0)

Trisha said...

It looks wonderful and I can't wait to see Phase 2! I am moving to Fruitland soon-just across Hwy 95 from you. Maybe one of these days we will actually get to meet one another. Hope all is well in your world!

~Trisha

kpaints said...

I am astounded...is that the same place? Wow! I love the chest you installed....great for storage...lots of drawers...I just love the whole thing and the price....to die for!!

My house is over 100 and I think I got some great ideas for a corner cabinet/dresser in my kitchen...thanks for sharing!

Lady Pamela said...

You all make it look so easy. Yet I am so blessed to have my husband and my 88 year old dad to help me with my projects.
Great job - well done.
*Hugs*

Honey at 2805 said...

What a fabulous transformation!

Bente said...

I love your kitchen. It went to be just beautiful.

Hugs Bente

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh my goodness! This is amazing! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year indeed! I love it. Love the old dresser made over and the new bin pulls and knobs and jars and skirting and everything else. Great job by the Mr. with your guidance and vision of course. :) Happy Day to you!

A Thing for Roses said...

Love it! You are so lucky to have such a handy hubby!Happy New Year to you!
XO,
Lisa

Petite Michelle Louise said...

AMAZING transformation!!! wow..i'm speechless here! love!

Barbara Jean said...

Oh so wonderfully awesome!!! Love it!!!

blessings and happy dance for you

barbara jean

Terri said...

Absolutely Gorgeous!!! that hardware is amazing.... I know you must be thrilled with the results... Congratulations!!! Terri

Rhonda said...

Incredible journey and amazing story! I simply love the way it turned out.

fleurcottage said...

amazing & beautiful & functional! :) Esther

Jane said...

Awesome makeover!! You did a fabulous job and the finished room is gorgeous!
Jane

chateau chic said...

Wow, what a project. But does it ever look good! You must love it.
I'm your newest follower, Mary Alice

Tracy said...

Just spectacular... now I wish I had a pantry... and a barn full of goodies... and an awesome hubby... not to mention your vision. Can't wait to see the next phase!

The Decorating Diaries said...

I love your pantry. Everything is just beautiful.

Janet

podso said...

Amazing transformation and what a wonderful Christmas gift from your hubby! I can't get over how built in that dresser looks. It all is pure loveliness. Great job!

Joyce - Quilted Nest said...

Oh my - you've got my wheels turning with this one. Dresser into kitchen cabinet? Old wood for countertop? I'm in love! (How did you treat or finish the wood? And did you glue several pieces together?)

time worn interiors said...

Oh wow! I love the new look! And how functional having all those drawers in the kitchen! What a great idea!

I can't wait to see phase 2!

tot

Laurie at Bird in Hand Vintage said...

I just love the "vintage apothecary" look that you've created and carried through with the drawer handles and canister jars. I was even more amazed when I went back and saw the old dresser and the cost of this project. I'm your newest fan :)

My Shabby Roses said...

Oh...I love it Rene! You make me want to tackle my utility room.
I like how you worked the dresser into this project also the curtain hanging on the other side.
GREAT job!
Debbie

Gail said...

Jealous (I mean happy for you) for your having a pantry that is gorgeous and functional

Diane said...

Oh, this is cool and beautiful Rene. I love the colors and the way you've arranged things. How great that your husband is so capable (and that he does it the way you want!!!) Diane

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

I'm sorry but I had to laugh out loud when I saw the clutter and especially the hanging cabinet door! You are so blessed to have a hubby who will give you a finished project for Christmas. The progress and the finished is absolutely priceless. I love everything about it and can't wait to see phase 2.
Oh, did you remember to put the milk away? (it was left on the counter with all the clutter)...hehehe

Faded Charm said...

Wow!!! What an awesome transformation. I love it:-) Can I ask where you got the rings that attach to the fabric? I love the look and I want to add a burlap curtain around my little table that I use as an island so I can store things underneath. I was thinking about just wire and a curtain rod opening....any suggestions???

Hope your New Year is off to a great start:-)

xoxo
Kathleen

She'sSewPretty said...

I just saw your amazing makeover on Pinterest. I love the hardware you used. Do you mind sharing where you found the handles?

Kathy said...

It looks amazing!!! What a great idea. and what a sweet husband!

Anonymous said...

this is so perfect!! I love it! What a great Mr. And where did you get that fabulous hardware for $40???

Debbie N

Cat Fish said...

This is absolutely adorable.
Congrats to the new kitchen. I just love it!
:-)

THE FARMHOUSE PORCH said...

Looks FANTASTIC!!! I'm in AW!

♥Linsey

vintage maedel said...

Wow-absolutely gorgeous!!I love the contrast of the dark wood and hardware against the white cabinet.Great idea to use a dresser!!Love the glass jars and curtain too!I just started a kitchen redo last eve.I will definitely look at this for inspiration!!

stefanie said...

wow! wow! and WOW!!!! I love it, I can't believe the dresser redo.....sooooooo clever!!!

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

OH! how perfect.
I love how this project turned out. You and your hubby have such a vision for repurposing!

This looks perfect for your home.

Pat

cityfarmer said...

oh my heavenly days!!!

I'm speechless ... !!!

wish we were neighbors!

cityfarmer said...

thanks for linkging!!!

love the connection to you

kitty said...

Your pantry looks AMAZING.You are blessed to have a husband so talented.I am not so lucky in that department.But he is great with electronics and computers.I guess I at least have that.But it does not help when you are obsessed with decorating like I am.I have no one to help with my ideas so I just dream.

Michele @ {Primp} said...

wow, I love it! I love the white cabinets and wood countertops. Great job, and for under $100--amazing! If you have time, I would love it if you would stop by and share this at my linky paty.

micheleravendesigns.blogspot.com

Ticking and Toile said...

Wow!!! That's amazing! What a beautiful transformation! Love love love it!!!

I especially love the drawer pulls & I cannot believe how creative you got using the old dresser!?! Thinking out of the box & look how perfect it turned out!?

xoxo,
Shellagh

Anonymous said...

Oh my! amazing! what a great idea making the dresser part of a built-in! amazing handles... amzing everything and great price! Thanks for sharing this AWESOMENESS!!! I should say, Merry Christmas to you!
ti

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Absolutely wonderful! Love that you recycled and upcycled. Good for you.

I Know The Plans I Have For You said...

WOW!!! What an amazing transformation! I just love it! Came over from feathered nest friday and I am you newest follower!!

Jill@ Iknowtheplansihave4you.blogspot.com

Deidre~ said...

YOU ARE BRILLIANT!! IM SOOOO in love with your Make-over:)Everything has a place and everything in its place! Fabulous,Thanks and Im following you:) stop over sometime and chat and follow me too,Deidre~http://simplysimplisticated4.blogspot.com

Sherry said...

Oh, my! You did a great job. It looks amazing. Love the curtain addition, the wood top, and the hardware. Thank you for linking it up to Home Sweet Home!

Mrs. MK said...

I really like the jars! And the hardware! And the countertops! So pretty!

Tracy said...

What a fantastic project to start off 2012.It looks great.

Janette - The2Seasons said...

I would never have thought to transform a dresser into kitchen cabinets. I am pinning this and sending your blog entry to my daughter/blog partner. I am spending next week at her house to paint kitchen cabinets, and this idea would so work on one side of the room. Where did the countertops come from? They are great!!!

Debbie said...

Where did you get that great hardware??

Barb @ GritsandGlamour said...

Absolutely, teetotally have pantry envy. I would have taken the "before." But, oh my do I heart the After! You did an amazing job. I love all the details, especially the hardware.

Bring Pretty Back said...

Jaw Dropping!!! WOW!
Looks GREAT!!!
Have a pretty day!
Kristin

Ivy and Elephants said...

Oh, oh, oh!!!! I just LOVE what you have done! Using that dresser? GENIUS!!!
The hardware is perfect, the colors divine! MORE, MORE, MORE!!!
Thanks so much for linking, you are always welcome!
Big hugs,
Patti

Heaven's Walk said...

Holy cow! What a transformation, girl! You breathed new life into that kitchen and made it magazine worthy!!!! GREAT job! I just love those cup pulls, too! :)

xoxo laurie

Erin of Salvaged Whimsy said...

wow, wow, wow! I love the incorporation of the furniture into your cabinets. I'd like to do my whole kitchen like that...one day. I hope :) Thanks for sharing, you must be so pleased with the stunning results! Take care

mrshinesclass said...

I am overwhelmed and speechless! Overwhelmed at how the largeness of the project and speechless over the results. This is IN.CRED.I.BLE!!!! You did an amazing job. and the price tag is crazy, unbelievable. This is just so inspirational in so many ways. I can't get over it!!

Sharon

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

I love your pantry. It's so pretty.
What a great idea for the dresser becoming storage--cupboards for you pantry!

You and your hubby make a great team for sure! You have such a vision for your projects.

Pat

Erin {Lavender and Lemon Drops} said...

What an awesome idea! It turned out AMAZING! I love the hardware and the counter top. Beautiful!

A Cottage Muse said...

You are off to a great start this year...the pantry looks perfect!

My first makeover of the year was under $100 too!!

a8383 said...

So pretty! Could I ask where you found your hardware? Thanks, Angela

Danielle said...

It looks fantastic. Love the canisters, the cabinets. Beautiful.

Patricia said...

WOW ! An amazing transformation - I LOVE IT !!

Mary said...

W. O. W. I am seriously impressed. Absolutely loving the black handles. And let me say that you won that battle of form over function. So lovely.

Thanks ~
Mary @ Sea Quilts

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I have to applaud you and your Hubby for one amazing transformation!
What a fantastic use of an old dresser!! Talk about recycling!!
Thanks so much for your visit and kind comments!

Hugs,
Debbie

rememberwhenfarm said...

awesome, as usual!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cheryl~ZanyMayd said...

I N C R E D I B L E ~ what a before & after.... I think my jaw was dropped the entire time as I scrolled down, loving each & every photo & change~ Happy 2012 to YOU
Cheryl

Theresa said...

Best. present. ever. ever!
The fact that you turned a dresser into a counter is incredible! That is just the kind of thinking that I love! It is fantastic! t.xoxoxoxo

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Wow! That's the best kitchen re-do under $100 that I've ever seen. You're so resourceful. It's truly beautiful.

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Well, how inspiring is this? I love it...what a wonderful job you have done.

Barb

Clara {Clover and Violet} said...

Oh, to have a space like that!

Anonymous said...

Wow! What a cool idea. I love to see repurposed furniture pieces used in the kitchen (or in your case pantry)!
I saw this at feathered nest friday.

Deanne said...

This looks fabulous, can't wait to see the rest!

Tete said...

Just awesome! Enjoy your new space- going to look for those canisters from Walmart!

Christine said...

Just beautiful!

Butterflies & Seashells said...

Great idea the use of the dresser and great job. I wish I had a hubby to do projects. :(

Benita

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Rene, this is fabulous! And under $100...what a wonderful transformation!! You two did a GREAT job on this project!

gilda said...

I am happy to meet you and follow you ... thanks for passing by my blog ..:-)
a hug
Gilda

Greenmare said...

fabulous!!! totally and completely fabulous!

Chrissy said...

Oh I absolutely love how your pantry turned out. Isn't it exciting to see your vision come to life.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your sweet comment. It has been a while since I have posted anything? Hopefully, will post soon, I keep doing projects but forget to take pictures.

For the Love of a Cottage said...

I am absolutely in love with your cabinets and counter tops. The counter tops are genius. Had I seen this earlier, there is no way I would have had granite. A country kitchen is what I wanted in the first place. The dresser is totally perfect in your kitchen...I am going to change out my drawer knobs to pulls like yours. Excellent kitchen...pinned!!!

Hartwood Roses said...

Repurposing the old dresser into a built-in in your pantry is absolute GENIUS!! You would totally never know that those charming drawers ever held socks and undies! Wow!!!

Kimberly said...

What a wonderful idea! I love what you've done with your cabinets and I love your creativity!

Linda said...

This is a fascinating transformation! Very GENIUS! Love it.
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

On Crooked Creek said...

Miss Gracie,
Appears you and YOUR MR. have done a fabulous make~over in your pantry area! Bravo! I adore the use of a dresser turned cabinet and those drawer pulls are gorgeous! Enjoy the fruits of your labors!!!
Fondly,
Pat

Christy said...

What an amazing transformation - it looks like you spent 1000's. Love the dresser as a cupboard - would never have thought of that!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Oh wow, what a job, you two did a fabulous job and yeah, I love your hardware AND FOR UNDER $100!! Thanks for sharing.
FABBY

Lisa said...

Rene,
This is excellent. I am so with you on the way to a girls heart. I also struggle with the beauty vs function dilema. I wish I had a pantry that big to fix up. Your pantry looks like my kitchen!
Lisa

blhitchcock901 said...

Wow! Incredible. You and Mr. G are a magnificent combination. It took me 5 months to finish a kitchen, not real wood, and I willnot tell you how much, 2 contractors, and Home Depot designer-need I say more? Take a peek if you'd like. I love it, but I love, love, love yours. No, I'm not coveting. I'm thankful for a renovation after 27 years of waiting.

Liz said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! That is amazing! I love every bit of it!!! :)

Merry Christmas to you is RIGHT!

~Liz

rachel @ gilly grey said...

Just popped over from the Primp party and I love, love, love it! Tell us more about your little curtain!

Rachel
xoxo

Little Prairie Girlq said...

I am so jealous of your pantry! Omg...those drawers and all that cupboard space....WOWZERS!

I love the white on white tones, the textures and that gorgeous countertop!

Angie said...

Stunning transformation!

I hope you'll come share this at Knick of Time Tuesday Vintage Style Link Party! The party is going strong!

Blessings,
Angie @ Knick of Time

Kirstin Joy@ Burlap and Buttons said...

This is seriously SO cute! One of the greatest DIY makeovers I've seen... really love how it turned out! Can't wait to see what else you come up with. Those drawers with the hardware...wow! Anyway, I'm a new follower and so happy to have found your great blog!

Carolyn said...

Your kitchen is beautiful and I love the idea of using the old dresser as built in cupboards.You have done an amazing amount of work on your beautiful home.Two of our daughters bought old homes that had been vacant for a few years and we helped them restore them so I know how much work goes into it but it is fun too to see them come along.
Congrats on a new little granddaughter this spring.

Take care,
Carolyn

Lisa ~ A Cottage to Me said...

Hello, this is my first visit to your site. I love what you have done with your pantry. I got alittle scared when you tore out those lower cabinets and just had the dresser there. But, what your Mr. did with that dresser looks like it has always been there. Great job! I am curious though....what's behind the curtain?? I'll be back!

Sherry said...

It is gorgeous! Love the wooden top and the hardware! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
Sherry

Beth said...

I can't even tell ya how much I love it! Beyond Clever!!

Nikki@EverythingUndertheMoon said...

Seriously amazing!! Using that dresser was GENIUS!! I love it all! I would love it if you would share this at my linky party going on right now :) http://everything-underthemoon.blogspot.com/2012/01/bedazzle-me-monday-16.html

Have great rest of the week!!

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

What a wonderful project for under $100.00. So beautiful! Love the wood countertop....

SwedishCorner-DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Absolutely beautiful!
...what a transformation :)

Greetings from Australia♥

MBreitel said...

I love your drawer pulls on the dresser - where are they from?

gardengate said...

Renee, it is just beautiful!! You did such a great job! I can't wait to see phase 2!

Carol Bennett said...

This is my first visit here. Wow, what a cool transformation on a budget!Come see me!
antiquesanduniques.lafayette.wordpress.com
Carol

Designs By Pinky said...

OK, I'll say it; I AM jealous!!! This is awesome. The dresser is perfection and the hardware is gorgeous!!! Love the little curtian. Good idea with the rice:) This is fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!!!! XO, Pinky

The Captain's Daughter said...

First of all,... What a FANTASTIC pantry - regardless of what it looks like. But second of all... BRAVO! Well done! And, Wow!

I have a space in my home where I want to add storage and NOW I am considering a dresser like yours!

Sweet Bean said...

I'm new to your blog and I am reading all your old posts. You farmhouse is beautiful and sweet... and inspiring!

Would you share where you purchased your pantry black cabinet hardware (bin pulls)? So pretty!

Karlee

Zefi said...

Incredible. You are so talented. Wanna come do my kitchen? I need serious help and I'm broke!
LOL
zefi