When we first looked at our house, I was kinda bummed about the kitchen cabinets. They were not the best quality but I honestly like that they are white. But the inside of them were showing some yellowing and grime. Totally grossed me out. I thoroughly cleaned every inch of them but they still looked like this...
Ick, Ick, Ick!
So I decided to paint them and I loved how they turned out!
Tip #2: An Old Window that Holds Memories
My dear friend Nicole has this amazing, old window at her house where she decided to commemorate her precious engagement and wedding moments with flowers! The top left panel are the 3 flowers that were sitting on the alter where her husband proposed to her at our church. They got married on that same altar exactly one year later! The other 3 panels are petals she pulled apart from her dried wedding bouquet.
All she did was buy the window from an antique store, and got heavy, cardboard poster board that she was assured would not yellows with age, and went at it with a hot glue gun. That was it and so brilliant!
There are so many idea you could use with this old window idea...wedding photos of all your children or siblings, seashells from your favorite beaches, baby booties of all your children, etc, etc. The list is endless and the look is just beautiful!
Happy Tuesday Friends!