For those who regularly read my blog . . . you may remember this post in which I mused about plate racks: https://redbirdv.wordpress.com/2013/03/06/my-latest-kitchen-re-do/
Well, today on Pinterest, what do I spy but a built-in plate rack project, as pinned by this blogger: http://www.thistlewoodfarms.com/.
How much do we love this?
I love it a lot!
I’ll have to confess that I’ve not taken the time to read this post, so I’m not sure what’s happening with the recipe graphics in the background . . .
. . . but I’m digging it. I think I’d use my old 4-H Snickerdoodles recipe.
And now, on to other topics . . . since I love to share . . . please view this upholstery fabric:
It’s time we reupholstered our (we think 14-years-old) navy blue sofa sleeper. This book of fabric samples is headed back to our local store floor this afternoon, + after which, I’ll anxiously await word on how much it will cost to have the couch re-done.
The manufacturer is Carole Fabrics — it’s their Clubroom Faux Linen Solids collection.
Okay, so yes — ‘faux’ DOES mean that it’s 100% polyester — but that just means durable, in my world, + thankfully, this one doesn’t have that unfortunate poly sheen or sparkle.
The coordinating gray paint swatch is my choice for our future accent wall — it’s Martha Stewart’s Anvil from Home Depot.
As is often the case, this project of mine was inspired by the great Sarah Richardson.
Here’s the family room in her new-build, suburban house project: