1.14.2012

Kitchen and Breakfast Nook: Clients Home

Hey ya’ll.  Thanks to all who joined the party on Thursday.  I just love looking through all your fabulous ideas.  You all are so very talented. 
 
I’ve had quite the crazy busy last couple of weeks.  So busy, I haven’t had time to write up any features from the parties, BUT I promise I will be getting some features done within a couple of days. I’m in the process of changing my blog schedule a bit, so I’ll be sure and let you know the plan on my features.
 
Before I share any new projects I’m going to FINALLY finish showing you the rest of my clients house that my niece and I decorated last summer. Yes, folks I said last summer.  Why I haven’t shared the whole place yet? Well, it’s because I have too many ideas and one post leads to another and another and another, then 6 months go by and well, here we are now. :)
 
I’ve already shared the zebra room, the sports room and the entry way. Today, I’m showing you my clients kitchen and breakfast nook:
 
  I used some old and some new decorations.
My client and I shopped together to pick up the new items.  Most of the new stuff in here is from Homegoods, Pier One, Real Deals or Ross.
The plaques above the cabinets came from Homegoods.
This side is existing décor that my client had, which is all from Homegoods too.
More above the cabinets.
An artificial floral arrangement from Real Deals.  I just popped the arrangement into an existing vase.
The buffet table is from Pier One. The clock, lamps and greens were pieces that my client already had.
The table and chairs are again from Pier One.  My clients home was a model home before she moved in. The builder had the table and chairs as part of the staging and my client purchased the set from the builder.
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Guess what the centerpiece table covering is made from? It was a shower curtain on super sale clearance that I found at Ross.  I think it was a couple of bucks or so.  I simply cut it down and sewed the edges.  Do you have material, a curtain or an old shower curtain just sitting in a closet or cupboard?  Why not see what you can whip up with it. 

Here’s the before and after’s together:
It’s pretty cool what a little décor arranging can do and how it can make a home feel cozy and comfy.  Don’t you think?

Be sure and come back soon to see the living room photo’s of this home.  There’s an awesome clock in the living room that you just HAVE to see and a person could make it if you’re feeling crafty.

May you be a little inspired!
Until next time,
DaNita

3 comments:

  1. You did a fab job for your client. The deor is lovely!

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  2. You did a great job on the clients home. Very pretty decor and a beautiful home.

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