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We’ve been taking things pretty easy around here lately. Tony’s been doing homework like crazy, and when he’s not working we’ve been playing KC tourists a bit – staying on the plaza, visiting the zoo, eating out and seeing … Continue reading
Our most recent kitchen mini-makeover (the mudroom corner and relocated fridge) has made such a difference in our kitchen that we’ve decided to scrap our original plan for a full-scale remodel. There are still things that need doing, (new flooring, … Continue reading
Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! … Happy Groundhog Day!? So, I’ve taken a bit of a vacation from the blog. What have I been up to? We’ve been taking our cues from Charlie, who really likes to spend his days … Continue reading
Since moving into our fabulous new-to-us-but-really,-really-old house, my biggest complaint about our kitchen was the lack of a pantry. Especially once the cabinets were repainted and the “beadboard” (wallpaper) went up, and the insulation was put in so it wasn’t … Continue reading
There are so many incredible aspects of our house! There’s the gorgeous curved staircase, the floor to ceiling bay windows, the stained glass transoms over the doors… but the kitchen was not one of these gorgeous things. Over the Thanksgiving … Continue reading