I love how the wall color matches the granite perfectly. We went through about 80 paint chips to find the perfect color.
I love my French door fridge!
Deep single sink = perfection
Every kitchen needs an instant boiling water dispenser.
I love the sink area.
A close-up of my bird curtain:
One last sink obsession: my hands-free soap dispenser
Our kidney pull-out shelves to access all of our pots and pans. Thanks, Old River!
And our built-in Lazy Susan in the corner cabinet:
We found these organizers at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. They are perfect for our plates:
The eat-in kitchen. The table is from Bassett, but we got it for a steal ($200!) from Craigslist. It sells for about $2,000 brand new!
The ceiling light and my curtains that I made during one Spring Break.
Our alphabet photography “Doyle” sign that I made when we got married. These are all pictures from the school where I teach.
Pottery Barn calendar:
A collage from our wedding (did you notice that they are all food-related?):
Thanks to a co-worker, we got this great idea to organize our pantry. I love it! So easy!
One last bit of organization… the Hang Up Home Organizer. Thank you, Tim, for letting me bring in some polka-dots to our kitchen!
Where to Find:
Cabinets: Old River Cabinets
Appliances: GE Profile Series from Lowe’s
Flooring: existing wood floors (post flood)
Bird Curtain: Country Curtains
Eat-In Kitchen Curtains: Fabric from Hancock Fabric (I sewed them)
Hands-Free Soap Dispenser: Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Kitchen Table: Bassett Furniture (found of Craigslist)
Calendar: Pottery Barn
Ceiling Chandelier (Eat-In Kitchen): Lowe’s
Hang-Up Home Organizer: Thirty-One
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