I try to find a use for “everything” weather it be in the kitchen, living room, my office, or in the garden. My kitchen walls went bare for several years after I moved in. I was unclear as to what I wanted to put up for decoration. A couple of months ago I gave the walls a fresh coat of paint. Please excuse the paint marks on the cabinets. I don’t use painters tape. A good washing with some Murphy’s Oil and they’ll come clean.
I pulled out these pans that I got a long time ago. When I first saw them at the thrift store they were sitting on the table together like they had a purpose in life. I asked myself, “How can I use these?” Some people put their collectible plates above their counters, I put pans in that space. Plus, one of them had a red base so that color goes with the kitchen. Four was just the right amount for the space I had. I used gorilla glue to attach the hardware and up they went. I thought about decoupaging something inside of them to give some additional character to them. Any suggestions?
I’ve got a few oddities on the other wall along with some additional space to work with. More recycled projects are on the drawing table. I seem to be on a roll lately. Did you see the recycled beadboard project I did a couple of weeks ago? That piece also hangs in the kitchen. If you missed that post, click here.
You’ll get to know me and the way that I decorate in my house. I have a hard time matching colors and themes, so if it looks good it stays. Kind of rubs off with my card making as well. I call it having an eclectic style.
Enjoy your Sunday evening.