Happy Monday, friends!
I hope that your Easter weekend was filled with family, fun snacks and furry bunnies.
Or, maybe just the family and fun snacks part.
It was really, really nice having the husband home for a long weekend. I feel like we’re wrapping up this house build and are nearing the homestretch.
And….the extra weekend time allowed us to search high and low for the perfect farm table to go in the new house and I could not be more pleased with the selection we made.
We joke that we’re building a new “old” house, but I think the combination of new construction with a nod to older elements best describe my design personality.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned throughout this process it’s that I’m VERY traditional.
So traditional that I thought by us choosing colored grout for the white subway tile was out of the box and living dangerously.
If you follow me on Instagram you’ve seen the kitchen come together bit by bit but last week things really picked up speed.
The subway tile went in, the countertops were installed and the lighting fixtures were set.
Oh, and y’all- pot fillers might be my most favorite thing on the planet.
No more lugging a heavy pot filled with water for the pasta!
Can I get an AMEN on that?!?!
I’m also pretty smitten with this guy.
The cookbook nook.
With a window seat.
And a smaller version chandelier that matches my dining room fixture.
Smitten, I tell you.
Obviously, they are still working on wrapping things up and eventually I will have outlet covers, the cookbook nook will have the shelves installed and I might have some clean floors, too but for now I need to concentrate on how to bring some color into the room.
And I need your help!
I’ve always wanted an all white kitchen and I’m loving my white subway tile with white quartz and white cabinets on white walls, however that’s a lotta white even for me, and I want to add a pop of kitchen color in this space.
I do need to be cognoscente of the fact that my kitchen is open to the living and dining area so I don’t want something super bold in one spot and clash in another.
My go to place for anything home related is the Wayfair website.
They don’t mess around with the whole “a zillion things home” thing. They seriously do have a zillion things for the home.
You can find just about annnnnnything there.
With their help, I’ve narrowed my POP OF KITCHEN COLOR down to three choices:
CANDY APPLE RED
I mean, if that’s not a pop of color I don’t know what is.
Then we have the MELLOW YELLOW:
Bright. Sunny. Just begging me to serve up some lemonade.
And then there’s the ever so calming AQUA.
Now I love the aqua but I’m not so sure it will give me the “pop” I’m going for.
Now, let’s get down to business.
I’m serious when I said I was in need of your help.
So much so that if you help me choose my kitchen color, Wayfair will reward YOU with $100 to shop and pop some color into your own kitchen.
Or any other space that might need some pizzazz.
Need me to repeat that?
Simply help me choose some items from the WAYFAIR website in the color that you think I need to incorporate.
You’ll head over to their site, choose a favorite item then come back here and post a link in the comments.
Here’s an example of your blog comment:
“I think you should go with red in your kitchen. And I think you need these lobster kitchen towels:
You’ve voiced your color choice and you’ve picked me out a favorite item.
Easy Peasey Oooh La La.
We’ll meet back here on May 2nd and I’ll reveal the color I chose and announce a winner!
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