Death by dishes?!

This is the site in my kitchen as of late: It may be hard to believe, but it actually looks worse than that now as we brought even more dishes in from the garage yesterday. How do I own so many freaking dishes? I suppose a better question is, how did I live without so many dishes for the last 6+ months and why do I need them all again now? To showcase some beauty, here are my custom leaded glass cabinet inserts. I made the small ones with leaded glass tape from Van Dykes Restorers. I used the same pattern as in our original attic windows. I picked out the wavy glass from Cline Glass and had them cut it to fit. The center window is a custom stained glass piece from Middlefield Glass. I designed it on their website and I LOVE IT! It was broken the first time I received it and I had to send it back, but it was fine the second time around. Jeremy also assembled a cute kitchen island/cart that I bought to match our cabinets since we couldn't fit a permanent island in the kitchen. I love it! The other shot shows our kitchen swinging door we salvaged from the ReBuilding Center and had dipped, then painstakingly refinished. The grain is soo beautiful. It fit perfectly in the original frame too. Lastly, here are my pretty boys looking sweet as well.

4 Responses to “Death by dishes?!”

  1. Nicole Says:

    Oooooh – pretty!

  2. Sandy Says:

    Wow! Those cabinet inserts are gorgeous!!! Loved the swinging door. My Mom and I lived in an apartment that had a swinging door between the kitchen and the living area. It was really cool.

  3. Stephanie Says:

    Looks wonderful! And makes me feel so guilty. Our kitchen looks about the same right now and we aren’t even unpacking anything – we’re just messy!

  4. Steve Says:

    What color did you paint the kitchen walls? Looks like some kind of green sage color? I’m trying to find a similar color and have been unsuccessful to date. Thx.

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