My Kitchen is for Dancing


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The next stop on the home tour is the kitchen! I have provided a lovely before shot for y’all so you can see that although the change is small, it is quite dramatic.

I love framed art and having some cute or unique pieces that you wouldn’t normally see paired together. I love cheese and I wouldn’t survive without my champagne, so it only made sense that my table be represented by those.

I love my house, I mean, it’s truly a great starter. But, my one complaint is that it’s very yellow with the wall color and tiling. And, if you didn’t know, I am definitely not a mellow-yellow type of gal.

I’ve found an easy way of fixing the heaviness of the yellow is by adding dark woods, so I went and found the cutest table that’s big enough for family to sit at when they visit but small enough for the wall that it’s parallel to.

I also am really into decorating everything I can, and found the cutest table runner at you guessed it the Hearth and Hand collection. It has yellow lining in it, so it’s really subtle but also ties into the walls and art. I also threw in some flawless ceramic mugs that I bought when I was in Magnolia at the market and finished them off with some yellow tulips. Are we seeing how I’ve evolved into a yellow person? Haha. And of course, it wouldn’t be complete without the vintage vase that I received from Kendra Scott. It’s a conversation starter, and you should really ask me the story sometime!

It feels really amazing to see everything come together and the major change that has happened to this home over the past seven months. You’ve seen the bedroom and the kitchen, but there’s still more to tour so stay tuned!


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