Our home is open concept so it's hard to take pictures of updates when we are working on both the kitchen and living room. Frank has been busy working away while I'm at the office, we're almost there!
Here is a quick peak at the Distressed Kitchen Cabinets, I will apply a coat of Minwax poly to the finished cabinets.
Next, Frank has been working on the faux brick. I have not been able to capture any action shots since I have been at the office while he's creating. He is applying drywall compound to the walls then carving out the brick, these are not perfectly straight bricks, we wanted something that was going to look more rustic and old. Here is the wall with the drywall compound applied ...
Painting of the brick and shelf are on the agenda for this weekend.
Here is the shot of the fireplace and the wall.
It will be so different once the painting is complete, here is the before again
Here's where I need your opinion, last week I mentioned a deal I got on the Home Depot website for a chandelier. We put it up on the weekend, it's smaller then we imagined but we are OK with it for now. (It's so much better then the Boob light). Here is a pic.
I just realized I never got a picture of the Boob light while it was up, I have to get a shot of it before it goes to it's new home ... where ever that may be. It's actually a Nice Boob light as far as they go, just not my preference. So my question is .... Shades or No Shades? I took a shot with one blue toile shade on it, I'm just wondering if the light is too small for shades.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts.