We’re almost to the weekend! 🙂 I hope you’re having a great week so far. Mine has been super productive and I’m so grateful for that!
Back in January, I stopped into Goodwill on Dollar Day (Thursday!) to see if I could find anything that caught my eye. I have been waiting to find the perfect artwork to put over by our kitchen table since we moved into this house — I mentioned on the blog that I usually don’t go searching for artwork, I wait until it finds me! And I stumbled upon something good!
These two “prints” inspired me. But before I tell you why, let me tell you that I am using the term “prints” very loosely…ha. These were literally printed off images on cheap computer paper stuffed into two very ill-fitting and flimsy frames, lol. Nothing fancy here, folks. I paid 99 cents each for this artwork and knew that my next order of business was finding some good frames.
The reason these pictures spoke to me is because I love making my house smell good with natural stovetop scents, and I’ve written about that on the blog here and here. These pictures totally reminded me of some of the ingredients I use in my recipes!
DIY Cleansing Stovetop Scent
My Favorite Simple Stovetop Scent
The pictures themselves are not very large — about 8″ x 10″ — and the space in our kitchen calls for something pretty substantial. I was looking for large, neutral frames with a chunky white mat. A couple of months later, I was perusing HomeGoods, and I found just what I had been picturing in my head. I love when things work out like that!
The frames were a bit banged up so I asked for a discount and then repaired them as best I could at home. They’re not perfect, but nothing in our house is, and I like things that have character. 🙂
To the left of this is our buffet with our coffee station and a couple of chalkboards above. I love how this dining area feels like its own separate and defined space now.
I found this table runner in the Target Dollar section. I think it’s so cute and perfect for Spring. The tassels add a fun element to it. I’m a sucker for anything with tassels, lol. The metal pail came from there, too. I plopped in a plant from Trader Joe’s.
I love stringing lights in our faux trees for a pretty nighttime glow. It’s my new favorite decorating “trick.”
This was such an inexpensive project and it took some time to complete because I was waiting for things to find me, but it was worth it! This art wall feels so representative of our little family now. I love it! And I hung these up myself, which was a major accomplishment. I used a level, guys! Lol… Greyson is usually the hanger-upper, so I was pretty proud of myself that I got these up on my own.
Have a great rest of your day!