1.20.2012

The Big Kitchen Reveal!

There's been an addition . . . and it's a kitchen . . . in the kitchen.


Let me just start by saying Grady and I have been blessed tremendously to have 2 fabulously handy fathers. Grady's dad didn't even blink an eye when I asked him to copy this a few months ago. And, it was absolutely no surprise that it came out even more incredible than I had imagined it.


Annie played a pretty big part as well, sewing and painting and fixing up old baby doll high chairs . . .



Surely you haven't forgotten that perfect little shelf . . . 


or the little brown mirror I found a few days ago?


I still can't believe how perfect those finds were.



At one time, I wondered if it might be hard to part with the cozy little seating area we once had here . . .


until I began to see this sweet little image day in and day out. 
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36 comments:

  1. it turned out great! tim and annie are quite the crafty pair!

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  2. i LOVE this! i made a kitchen for my nieces last christmas but it didn't turn out nearly as cute as yours!! i can't wait to make one for my little guy :)

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  3. So sweet! Who wouldn't be happy to play in that kitchen?!!

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  4. Best part of the post, hands down is the Lil Miss playing. I loved my kitchen as a little girl, and the one you created for your daughter brings back memories. I can still hear the metal play pots and pans clinking and clanking!

    ~Bliss~

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  5. I want a kitchen like that to play in! It turned out wonderful and how fun for the kiddos. Love the colors too :)

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  6. Amazing! Love the ruffled curtain :)

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  7. Oh. My. Gosh. It is perfect!! I love everything about it, and I have to say, the ruffles make it even better!

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  8. That is SO SWEET! It looks amazing! Great idea to put it in the kitchen!!

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  9. It's perfect! I used this as my inspiration as well but used nightstands rather than building...cause we ain't got those skillz over here. Great job!

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  10. This is amazing! What a fabulous kitchen and I love all the little touches like the ruffle curtain! visiting from Nifty Thrifty Things :)

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  11. That is completely adorable!

    Visiting from Not Just a Housewife!

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  12. That is just precious! I love it!

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  13. Oh my goodness. How darling. It makes me want to be a little girl again. I love your paint & fabric choices. Great job!

    Warmly, Michelle

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  14. What a cute little kitchen! one of a kind

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  15. The attention to detail takes this play kitchen way over the top of all the others I have seen. The little shelf and dishes, the cookbooks on the fridge, even the dish towel on the oven door are unique and so fantastically fun. Your family will be making sweet memories here for many years to come!

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  16. That is just the cutest little thing ever! Love the colors and the ruffle curtain. I'm sure your daughter will have many, many fun times playing in her kitchen. Thanks so much for linking up to The Creative Spark. I'm sure I will be featuring this on Sunday! :)
    Jenn

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  17. That is amazing! Great job!!

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  18. Wow! This is adorable!! I also wanted to let you know that I'm hosting my first giveaway for a free My Memories digital scrapbooking program, If your interested you can enter until Saturday!
    Sally
    http://loveofhomes.blogspot.com/2012/01/my-memories-digital-scrapbook-give-way.html

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  19. This is awesome! If I wasn't already following you I would follow you again!

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  20. What a darling play kitchen! Love it! I'd be absolutely delighted if you'd come and share this (and any other posts you'd like to show off) at the Head to Head Showdown link party. It's going on right now at www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.com I hope to see you there! ~Jen

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  21. By the way, I'm featuring this in this week's Show & Share! :)

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  22. OMG so so cute. I love the last pic of your daughter playing. You did a wonderful job.

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  23. So cute!! Thanks for linking up and don't forget about registering for my current giveaway....

    Ramsign Giveaway: Porcelain Enamel Sign {up to $99 value}

    XO, Aimee

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  24. So cute! Love the colors!

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  25. What an awesome kitchen and so special because it's one of a kind! Thanks for sharing at the Crazy Cute party! :D

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  26. Can I play too?
    Featuring on thursday at Bacon Time.

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  27. What wonderful grandpas! And what a lucky little girl!

    ... would you like to share at our multi-blog "Imagine the Impossibilities" link party? I think everyone would really enjoy it as much as I ...

    Here's the link: http://www.itallstartedwithpaint.com/2012/01/imagine-impossibilities-2012-link-party.html

    We stay live until Friday midnight (CST). Hope to see you at the party!

    Linda
    itallstartedwithpaint@gmail.com

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  28. Oh, and if you stop by the Impossibilities party, feel free to look around...

    If you like what you see, maybe we could coordinate a blog post trade-off. Just let me get through this crazy party & features ...

    Thanks,
    Linda
    itallstartedwithpaint@gmail.com

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  29. Love it, how perfect!! Love the fork pictures on the wall too. Completes the space!!

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  30. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmazing!!! I adore it! I found you on Tater Tots and Jello and I would love it if you would share this with our readers too for Fun Stuff Fridays! http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/02/14-days-of-valentines-fun-stuff-fridays_10.html

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  31. Adorable....It looks so real, I am going to ask this silly question does the sink work?

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  32. He! He! That would be great . . . but unfortunately the sink does not work! :)

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  33. Two kitchens in one home? That's radical! That place looks so nice, too; colorful, like a cafe. Hehe, while the sink doesn't work, it kinda makes you think of the possibilities if it was functioning, yeah? By the way, was the place inspired by an actual kitchen?

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  34. A kitchen within a kitchen? “Kitchen”-ception! Haha! And you’re right – it does look better than the kitchen you chose as inspiration! Shame the sink doesn’t actually work though, hehe! How much fun would your little sweetheart have playing in that kitchen if it did?

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