Tuesday, July 31, 2012

A little kitchen remodel..... :)

So remember when I blogged about painting this cutie? Well after she was all painted and beautiful, I put her on the floor in the front bedroom and there she sat. A home without a home:( I just couldn't find the right space for her. And then I put my ole thinkin cap on and said hey! she could go in the back bedroom!



See her? See the cute little edge of her rooftop?


I pulled that table out of the garage, and put her on top of it. She's so proud to be out on display again:) I unpacked all her belongings and spent the day moving back in:)


I started with the kitchen. I asked for help from the bestest in the westest kitchen designer who just so happens to be my bestest in the westest hubby;) He knows his stuff I tell ya! Just check out his work on real kitchens!! Okay, truth be told you should have seen his face when I asked for his help! I think he answered something like- seriously? you're kidding right?


Okay, now for the big reveal.......


Adorable:)


Cuuute:)


Uh huh:)


Whew! This kitchen remodel went well into the night!


I'm gonna sit down and watch me some Olympics now:)


And I'm sooo going to treat myself to these cookies made by the devil himself:) They're evil. Pure delicious evil:) 

15 comments:

  1. I wish I could move in!! What is the quote over the stove??

    I find myself waiting for Tuesdays......

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    1. It says:
      "If you're afraid of butter,
      use cream."
      ~ Julia Child

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  2. Glad to see you love Julia, too! Great post!
    Until next Tuesday...

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  3. Absolutely adorable house. I like the little details that touch it up.Have a beautiful and creative day...Chickie

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  4. I love miniature houses. In fact, I have one that needs a better home in my home, also

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  5. I'm wishing I had a lil bottle o' bubbly to send you to celebrate!
    I want a dollhouse- but need a cheap one. I want to do a house like the ones at MacKenzie-Childs, in the winter/Christmas catalog.

    Ang
    SoLongFarm.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh my goodness! Another love that we share! Every doll should be so lucky as to live in such a lovely home!

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  7. You forgot to post about how your REALLY awesome daughter helped you paint the house!!! Ma' you need to take some time for yourself, all that cabinet installing must have been back-breaking!

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  8. Your doll house kitchen is nicer than my real kitchen!

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  9. Hola Dorie! Me ha encantado tu casa de muñecas. ¡Es preciosa!.Con tu permiso , saldrá publicada mañana en http://almacendeinspiraciones.blogspot.com.es/.
    Gracias. Blanca

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  10. This is absolutely adorable! It's amazing how life like you can make them look. If I didn't know any better I would have thought this was a real kitchen! If this is the work your hubby did to this little home, I can only imagine the work he does to real kitchens! Too cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Wow. I am speechless. That little kitchen remodel is insane and I personally adore the look of the whole little house. Thanks so much for posting

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  12. I was doing a search on line for ideas on how to build a doll house for my 4 year-old granddaughter and yours came up. It's SO amazing!! (Especially the front porch) I wish my real house looked as adorable as that one! I just had to tell you how impressed I was. And I love how you have it displayed in the pretty back bedroom! Wonderful! :)

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