Hi everyone! Thanks so much for all the nice things you said about my curtains! I’m still trying to get around to everyone! Also, I’m so happy to see that so many of you use homemade cleaning products already! They’re really better for the environment and good for your pocket book too. If you ask a question and don’t have an email where I can respond to you directly or I think it’s something everyone can benefit from, I usually will respond in the comments section. So look there for your answers to questions.
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I have a few more things that I’ve completed in my dining room that I’d like to share with you. I added some black and white gingham to my little curtain on my buffet (you can see a before in my blogs’ header). It photographs kind of like a pinstripe for some reason, but it’s a small gingham. BTW this is what it looked like when I got it last year
I changed what I have on top a little bit – I’m still tweaking it. This is my red harlequin pumpkin which I decoupaged.
My black pumpkins from last year in an apothecary jar. I had a bunch of little orange pumpkins that I spray painted last year. My husband tells me that this is his least favorite pumpkin makeover I’ve every done! All I can say is that I’ve seen quite a few black pumpkins this year – even at Target!
These two trays are my favorite! I found them at the thrift store a few months ago and they were $8 each. They’re the same size as the one I have over my black china cabinet. I just loved the picture first of all and thought it was very appropriate for a dining room, I also love the green of the veggies cause it goes so well with the green in my kitchen (which is close by). The green also goes well with the green paper in my cabinet. Plus I only had to buy one really big plate hanger as one of the trays already had one. Somethings are just meant to be!
I just have one more thing to work on in that room and then I’m moving onto the living room!