Happy Tuesday, sweet friends! I hope that you are having a terrific week! The past two weeks, I have had several things to tend to so I wasn’t able to blog. Hopefully, things will continue to stay on track. Today, I’m closing out the kitchen remodel posts withe final chapter…the breakfast area.
As I have stated in previous posts, this is one large room with cathedral ceilings that houses a kitchen, breakfast area, and sunroom.
A pony wall was removed that separated the breakfast area and sunroom. Taking down the wall opened up the area and made the whole room seem so much larger.
Below, this window, was a window seat. The window seat just didn’t work because it sat up so much taller than it should have. Therefore, we added granite which created another serving space when entertaining guests. As an added bonus, it is a great spot to display pretties upon.
This French pastry table is on the wall opposite the window. Many of you already know the significance of the pastry table and rooster lamp pictured below. However, if you are new to my blog, the pastry table and lamp belonged to the late Mr. Charles Faudree. It was a birthday gift from my sweet husband. He traveled two hours before dawn so that he would be the first in line at Mr. Faudree’s Estate Sale. It is very special to me. I adored the talent of Charles Faudree, and his works inspire the way that I decorate my own home. In my eyes, his style was timeless and exemplifies beauty while creating a warm and inviting home.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I always appreciate your visits and sweet comments! May you have a most beautiful and blessed day dear friends!!!