Friday, June 4, 2010

An Idea

I love this kitchen pantry from Cottage Living, but the heads are a tad strange for even my taste!
I do love the old sliding door and the chalk wall, though.
I miss Cottage Living Magazine.

11 comments:

Barbara Jean said...

I'm with you girl. Love it, but the heads?? Not quite me either.

blessings
barbara jean

kimmykats said...

I love these slding doors. Whisper Wood Cottage has one of these in her bedroom. Oh I would love to have this set up...sans heads ha ha.

glor said...

I'm with you, don't think I could live with the heads! Have a blessed weekend.

Tamarah said...

Lezlee this pic is DELICIOUS without a doubt....The patina of that sliding door is just DIVINE....We never got Cottage Living here....I AM missing Country Home though that's FOR SURE....!!

I wonder if all the publications we love will come back when the financial world 'levels out' again....??

Cheers for now,
Tamarah :o)

Debby said...

hehehe...the heads are a little odd.
Debby

dogsmom said...

At least the heads don't have eyes that follow you!
The sliding door looks like one off a railroad boxcar, or possibly from a factory freezer. (Meat processing plant.) I can imagine the men who designed them shaking their heads at those crazy interior designer types.
I do like walls you can write on and erase easily. Although, all that chalk dust in a kitchen...

clustres said...

I would love to have one of these sliding doors like this or in wood. And everyone knows how I love chalkboards!

Michele said...

Just say no to creepy heads. I miss Cottage Living but miss Country Home even more. Loved that magazine.

artteachergirl said...

I miss Cottage Living too! I still have almost every issue...can't part with them yet.
I love the chalkboards too! I painted chalkboard paint on my laundry closet doors...I love it!
Guess they lost their heads over this idea...LOL!

Diann said...

Yup, the heads gotta go! I'm afraid I might start talking to them and they may talk back!

C.J. said...

makes me want to buy some chalk paint. I too, miss Country Living.