First of all, I'd like to thank http://heatherbullard.typepad.com/heather_bullard_collectio/2009/03/index.html for her banana bread recipe. I made two of them! One for us and one for my mother/father-in-law. :) I'm sure they will enjoy it just like we are. It is delicious!
I couldn't wait until the dining room is finished to show pictures. We still need to install ceramic tile. :) This is what i've done so far. I made the little toile curtains, added the panels on the ends and the lace inserts. I'm not too sure that it looks good? lol? What does everyone think? Are the lace valances too much? Should I add smaller lace valances instead?
This is one of the walls in the dining room. I love how this turned out! I have you girls to thank. :) You gave me such great ideas. :)
I bought this hutch for $80.00! I thought it was a great buy! It's an antique and I do believe it's a Tell City antique.
This is my table so far. I really like how it looks. As you can see, the floor is cement. lol We just took the old carpet off and still need to clean this cement so that we can install the tile. I need
candles too. :)
This is my other china cabinet. I bought this from someone that was selling it on Craigslist! The couple that sold it to us said that it is a Tell City antique. I love it! I need to place something under the bird house, planter, and pitcher so they'll be seen more.
I found this little shelf at a thrift shop for $10.00! I painted it white and decoupaged the back part with scrapbook paper. :) I found the plate at that thrift store too.
Well...... I'm really looking forward to your opinions on the curtains. :)
May everyone have a blessed day.