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Kitchen Update!

Red Kitchen
Let me start by saying, we moved into our house fall of 2003. We loved our red kitchen but as time progressed our red kitchen was not as trendy as it was 15 years ago and we needed an update. It felt like every night we were eating at McDonald's with this tomato red color on the walls. There have even been psychological studies that have reported that the colors red and yellow make you hungrier.
Grey Kitchen
Not what my family needed, so we painted it a beautiful blue-grey and I got new stools, curtains, and a new kitchen nook table. It is amazing how a little paint can totally change a room.
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It still needed a few Sew Spoiled details, so I monogrammed the kitchen sink curtains. I love how they came out. I am looking for some kitchen towels to monogram as well. I found this Split Vintage Regal Embroidery at EmbroPlanet. I had the font for the Williams name in the Embrilliance Software I use.
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It would be nice to update the light fixtures and get a rug for the kitchen nook table but all in good time. Maybe even redo the floors!
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Here is a closer look at the monogrammed curtains.
Best Wishes and tons of Stitches!
Leah

Comments

Unknown said…
Gorgeous makeover! I love it so much. Good job!
Sew Spoiled said…
Thank you! I actually like being in the space so much that I don't mind cooking!
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