We finally did it, or should I say Jeffrey did… the layers of linoleum are gone from the kitchen floor. Revealing the original fir. Great except for the layers of ancient glue and that fir is really soft. Even our idea of high-gloss floor paint won’t do. Back to tile.
I was very thrilled to put it lightly, that Jeffrey made me a window box for my kitchen window! I told Jeffrey it was the BEST gift anyone had ever made me. The flowers don’t look great from the outside yet because they need to grow a bit. Here’s a peak from the inside.
The floor destruction was inspirational for me to finally put some of the Amy Butler Nigella up on my bulletin board that will be in my pantry of the kitchen. I love my pantry, it even has a window in it. I used button covers and made thumbtacks to match.
Here’s the little squares that I cut today to make myself some dishtowels. Mmmm…love the colors. I recently, I mean my husband, painted my kitchen “Timothy Straw” by Benjamin Moore and it changes throughout the day.
I loved the domestic weekend. There really is no reason to leave Seattle during the Summer.