I sure do!
Check it out. Table-top made from floorboards circa 1852. We can’t wait to get it set up in the kitchen!
And its a “transformer” to boot…for now we are setting it up on an island to create some more storage in our kitchen…but someday in the future we will move on to a bigger space and we can take the table-top with and transform it into a proper table. Boo-ya!
Seriously is he not the most professional amateur woodsmith you’ve ever met? Love it! (and him!)
Do you suppose a linen blanket is all that comfie?? I’m not too sure, but I know I sure do like the look of this little gem. I’m picturing more as a picnic blanket - also a necessary blanket type of life!
Linen Blanket from Alder Co.
Speaking of which I haven’t had any picnics yet this summer, hmmm I should take care of that!
Today I borrowed some imagery from Karen over at The Art of Doing Stuff.These are images of her family doctor, who is also a farmer,’s farm. Not even joking, how much do you love that?!?
If you don’t read The Art of Doing Stuff already, you basically need to start now - as in immediately. It’s my daily source of humor.
I love a good barn door, in fact I narrowly avoided purchasing one this weekend at the SOWA Vintage Market…its still on my radar don’t you worry.
My point is I love a good barn door for all its uses: desk, back drop for pictures, structural support for some rustic shelves, headboard…the lists goes on. However how about when a good barn door is used for, well, a door! Brilliant!
For a tight space this really allows you some extra options since you don’t have to take into account the door’s swing. Plus its just an awesome architectural element - pair that with the awesome styling of this room and I think you have a winner!
As a bonus…House Tweaking is also home to this clever headboard:
What a gorgeous place to bake a pie. Can’t you just picture it? Loving the exposed beams and soothing palette. Oh I can picture now the family meals and scrumptious treats that get cooked up in a space like this!
(via The Kitchn)
Side note: why do you think that website took the E out of kitchen…odd.