Thursday, September 11, 2014

Friday Favs...small changes in my small kitchen


For the last three years my small kitchen has remained essentially the same.
Yet, mysteriously, I can't seem to find many before photos
 that show what used to be on the walls by the pantry door.
On the left was a vintage ad from Maine showing a red lobster. 
 It was in a barnwood frame.
(My Mama grew up in Maine.)
On the other wall, also in a barnwood frame,  
was the front of a potato sack from Prince Edward Island, 
(this is where my Mama was born and where that side of my family is from).


I was bored with it all.
I also had two breadboards that I actually wanted to be handy to use,
so I decided to hang them within arms reach.
This is easy to do in a kitchen that can only hold one person at a time!




I like the clean simplicity of this look.
And you know how much I love breadboards!

Well, it is almost Friday, friends!
Have a HAPPY, HAPPY Friday
and a safe and BLESSED weekend!



              1aaadoveladygfairy006    

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10 comments:

  1. Small changes make me ridiculously happy!

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    1. Me too, Ginger! I'm continually puttering and changing the little things.

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  2. The kitchen looks great! I love your Nana's Bread Co sign above the door!

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    1. Lisa, I made that from a piece of board found among the driftwood at the beach, and since I love to make bread I decided "Nana's Bread Co."

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  3. I love the little changes, and the pops of cherry red on white. Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!

    Alison
    Nancherrow

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  4. I need some breadboards. Until then I will enjoy yours. Love your style. It reflects your nurturing heart.

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    1. Love you! Maybe we can find you an antique bread board when I come out there for Jumping Tandem!

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  5. Pretty little kitchen! I like old breadboards...

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