Friday, January 13, 2012

Kitchen Eating Area Inspiration Photos

I am completing a mini-redo of the eating area in our kitchen that I will show you on Monday.  But until then, I thought I would share a few inspiration photos that I referred to for the space.

Black and white drapes: (but I also love the entire color scheme 
and those animal print pillows!)

Black and white drapes again, but also the bamboo shades in the next two pictures.  This picture is actually one of my all-time favorites.  I love the black/white/ & green color scheme-it's what I'm using a lot of in my own home.  
I also think all of the natural elements are fantastic. 

                                                Source: via Jennifer on Pinterest

Don't you just want to cozy up on that sofa with a good book?
                                         Source: via Jennifer on Pinterest

Striped lamp shade:

                                       Source: via Jennifer on Pinterest

By the way, these were all pinned on my Pinterest boards.  You can follow me by clicking on the red Pinterest icon on my sidebar.

By the way #2, my tree stump side tables are featured on The Shabby Nest today!  Thanks so much to Wendy for hosting her Frugal Friday party each week. But, for this feature in particular, thank you all so much more because I tied with Allison at Fab Rehab for having the highest number of "Likes" for our projects.  You guys are the best!  

Have a great weekend everyone!


  1. Congrats, girl!! Well deserved! I can't wait to see how your mad sewing skills transformed the eating area!

    Have a great weekend! Add one more like, I'm headed over! :)

  2. Great inspiration photos! All of them so cozy and welcoming.

  3. I'm excited to see your remake! I am a fan of green accents, too.
    Until next time,

  4. Looks like some great ideas.

    - The Tablescaper


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