She, like I, spent about half her childhood at Home Depot with her mother in the midst of one renovation or another.
Kitchen stools are honestly one of our favorite parts of the kitchen. Don’t get us wrong, we love having the family together around a big table.But we know for sure that that doesn’t always happen in our houses. (Well, at least not at breakfast…)
So it just makes sense for everyone to have a place to congregate and eat during the rush of morning breakfast and coffee and forgotten homework and searching for that thing you were supposed to take to work but you just can’t exactly remember what it is…
Anyway, all of that just can’t happen around a dining room table.
So, we would venture to say that kitchen stools really help keep families together!
Wren Living has a favorite kitchen set up of ours!
That may seem like a big job for a little stool.
But, when the stools are as stylish as all of these, we think they’re up to the task! What about you?
Do you have big Memorial Day plans? We’re so excited for a little rest and a lot of fun in the sun! Thanks for stopping by today!
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Plain old ceilings with plain old ceiling white might be a staple.
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But, really, can’t we do better?
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|Better Homes and Gardens|
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Exposed beams are great, but, if they feel a little too rustic, shiny white coffered ceilings add that same distinct element while still feeling fresh and modern.
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Of course, a coffered ceiling is no reason to skimp on the fabulous lighting… Not that any of you ever would!
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Who hasn’t wished for an extra step up when trying to snag spices from the highest shelf?
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Whether you’re just looking to add a rich design element to the heart of the home,
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When it comes to kitchens, styles change. There are some we’re glad to see go — that means you, harvest gold and avocado green — and others we kind of wish would come back — designer white appliances perhaps? But when it comes to standing the test of time, linoleum, tile and even granite and quartz may come and go, but we think marble is one surface that stands the test of time.
Everyone warned me. I’ll admit it. I was told by everyone from the manufacturer to the installer that marble is not the most durable surface for a kitchen counter. But, when you get right down to it, some things in life are as much about aesthetics as they are about function.
So I did it anyway. And, it’s true. It gets etched. But what’s the point of having a beautiful kitchen if you can’t cook in it without being stressed? Plus, twice a year they come buff and re-seal it so it’s as good as new.
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Those handles and hinges are so amazing. It really is the little things…
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