Before the new year, I had made a kitchen counter out of card stock and foam core board. I had mentioned to you all that I was going to paint it a country blue, with white counter top. Here is the end result before I made the sink:
|It still needs a curtain for the shelving, but I have yet to find a print|
that I both like and is in scale. Something flowery...or with butterflies.
|The handles are from Houseworks, but the oven pull is built from scratch.|
|Efficiency stove top!|
|Quick placement and glance through the window.|
The next step was to make the sink and get some hardware for it. Who knew that I would have a faucet jangling around in my drawer of mini things... I had made some shelving to go into the kitchen, too, but one was a little tall. The shelving behind the sink is what I cut off. It is just big enough to be a supply shelf there. :) I will probably cut the ends down though and round them off.
|It came together so wonderfully!|
|Close up of the not perfect sink. It cracked upon installation, but I used|
Brae's perfect-mitre technique to fix the issues.
And now, everything is in there! Hoorah! Accessories have been added and there is still more to come. I want this kitchen to be full. Overcrowded. Homey.
I think it's off to a pretty good start. :D