Over the next 3 days I will be bringing
you the top 3 visited posts of 2012.
Sit back and enjoy the review!
Welcome to my kitchen….
I live in a log home that my Hubby, son and I built. The house is eco friendly and totally green. I hope you enjoy the tour:)
Warning….. Heavy pic’s
Here is a list of where all the items came from:
Logs – Were cut by a local saw mill
White Cupboards – Custom built by the Amish and painted with Sherwin Williams “Lotus Pod” by little ole me.
Black Counter tops – Concrete done by my Hubby
Stainless Appliances – Sears Outlet
Island Grain Sack Runner – Flea Market
Galvanized Sap Bucket – Flea Market
Dinner Plates – Target
Salad Plates – Pier One
Drinking Glasses – Mason Jars
Bar Stools – Garage sale and painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in “Antibes Green
Laundry Cart – Vintage Store
Linens in Laundry Cart – Garage sales, and thrift stores
Kitchen Curtain – Vintage Table Cloth
Red Apron – Walmart
Pyrex – Vintage and thrifted
Sunflowers – From my garden
Veggies – From a friends garden
Bark Tray – Roadside ditch
Gum Ball Canister – Thrifted
Egg Sign – Gift from a Blog Friend
Pantry Curtain – Gingham material from Hobby Lobby
Melamine Plates in the Rack – Better Homes and Garden series from Walmart
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