Yet, clutter free with lots of white is still a goal. Pinterest and blogs have so many beautiful examples of fresh-looking white kitchens that it is easy to find examples. One of my all-time favorite white real kitchens belongs to Jennifer @ Town and Country. Her country kitchen looks beautiful for every time of the year, but especially beautiful when decorated for Christmas.
There are times when the kitchen is clean and clutter free. That's when I can see what changes to consider. Somehow the empty spaces make it easier to envision something different.
Moving the blue wooden counter stools from the island let me see the space with a clear perspective. French-style stools with padded oval backs, padded linen seats, and white-washed wood legs and frames would look great.
The antique English pine stool goes so well with the pine ceilings that the question is whether to replace it with a French-style stool. A reason for replacing the pine stool is to unify the stools around the island. Also, multiple stool styles could add to a cluttered look.
Another way to de-clutter the kitchen was to eliminate some of the items on the pine shelf behind the sink. White scalloped-edge dishes also help create an even more white kitchen.
More white. Simple white hydrangeas on the breakfast table.
And they can be moved anywhere.
Whatever changes are made, there are no plans to change the blue wool rug.
Can you believe that in less than three weeks we will be celebrating Thanksgiving, and
then it will be time to begin decorating for Christmas?
Mark your calendars for Christmas inspiration from all over Texas
when over 20 Texas bloggers share a window into Christmas in Texas.
Stacey at Poofing the Pillows
|December 7-11, 2015|
I was thrilled when Stacey invited me to be part of this
first-ever Christmas blog hop of over 20 Texas bloggers, and
am honored to be on the first day line-up on
Monday, December 7, 2015.
Several of the bloggers have shared their plans with all of us,
and this is going to be a great Christmas blog hop!
You don't want to miss any of the posts
that include decorations, crafts, recipes, and even a fashionista.
Watch for more details in the weeks to come.
Please join me at these inspiring sites...