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A happy kitchen before and after

It’s a good day at the Pyper household. The twins are outside “working” on their playhouse, and I’m inside cleaning the kitchen. This is the happiest room in the house, so today I’m going to show you its journey from dark and dumpy to pretty darn sunny. 502 more words

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When we purchased this East Nashville project house earlier this spring, one of the things that first drew us to the property was this little room off the kitchen that was just BEGGING to become a built-in breakfast nook! 613 more words

Interior Design

a use for things | rusty bells

When did we decide rust was an acceptable design element? Yay for the day! When I spotted this set of bells in a client’s barn, I was ecstatic. 66 more words


Kitchen design plan

We are nearing the completion of our kitchen (yay!), so I wanted to share the design plan for the space. I wanted this room to feel cozy, happy, and consistent with the age of the home, so those qualities dictated all the decisions in finishes and cabinetry. 168 more words

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The breakfast nook

When we bought our house, the kitchen was more or less crying out for a breakfast nook. We had two walls lined with windows and a lot of floor space for a good-sized table. 324 more words

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