Our back porch.
I got these chairs from Chad's mom. She had them out in the barn, so I brought them home with me, cleaned them up and put a coat of white spray paint on them. I found a cute little white table in a magazine and Chad took some scrap wood we had and built this for me. The wreath is actually my summer wreath that goes on the front door, but the colors are perfect for the screened porch so I moved it.
Since I can't keep the damn deer out of my tomatoes I decided to put them in pots on the back porch. So I painted the pots in bright sunshiny colors and just set em out here.
Got this one from Aunt Pam.
She posted this flower pot idea on her facebook page Beehind Thyme Garden & Wares (check it out, she always has great stuff on there) and I loved it, just had to make one for my Red, White, and Blue Patriotic theme in my front yard.
So I decided to put it in my kitchen.
The laundry room is off the kitchen beside my fridge. When we moved in the original door was in the garage and we soon figured out why. The door opens into the room as does the garage door and the room is so small there is barely room for a washer and dryer.
Also, once I got the room painted I loved the color and didn't want to close it off from the rest of the house.
And once again I won. We both love it.
It was closed up and claustrophobic til we took down most of the cabinets that were all hung crooked and looked like they would fall off the wall at any moment. It still needs more work, but at least it takes away some of the laundry dread.
While back home in KY and going through all Patrick's great treasures I mentioned wanting some old wooden boards . So he went and hunted down these for me.
Thank you again.
I showed Chad my idea and as always he made it more fabulous than I imagined.