Wednesday, October 2, 2013

My Kitchen and Review for Icon Wall Stickers

 Today I'm sharing my kitchen with you. I had the opportunity to try out a vinyl sticker from Icon Wall Stickers that I decided to put in my kitchen, so I'll be reviewing that as well.

We'll start with the table. It's nice and big, with a rustic quality to it.


Coming around we have the bar. I made the magnet board. It holds pictures and some of the kids school work. Inside the green basket hanging on the wall are dish towels that my mom embroidered for me for Christmas one year. The bread board my dad made for me last year for Christmas.


 You can find out how to make the jack-o-lanterns in the window here. And see the curtains? They are a new addition. I just made them last week. I'm hoping to have the tutorial up tomorrow.


 The tutorial for my menu board can be found here.You can see my spice rack to the right of the stove.


Coming around we have another new addition to the room. I'll show you the before first.


Here's what it looks like now. I've always felt like I should do something with that space, but never knew what. Thanks to Icon Wall Stickers, it looks so much better now. Icon Wall Stickers have a HUGE selection of vinyl stickers. They have kids stickers {fairies, monsters, pirates, dinosaurs and princesses to name a few}. They have wall quotes, they have sports stickers, animal stickers, things for specific rooms like the kitchen or bathroom. They also have tons of decorative designs like the one I chose. I seriously spent two nights going through the site and trying to decide which one I wanted.


I was a little intimidated about the application of the sticker, since I've never put one up before. I shouldn't have worried, it came with easy to follow instructions and it didn't take long to do at all. If you're in the market for a vinyl sticker be sure to check out Icon Wall Stickers.

Here's a closer look. I think it adds the perfect touch to the room.


Now one last picture to finish off the room. We've got our little desk area. Underneath is a big space that I use for storage. I finally made a little curtain to cover the clutter.

Well there it is, what do you think?

I've got two more rooms to share for now. My craft room and my son's room.  Eventually I'd like to decorate the laundry room and my bedroom too. But don't hold your breath waiting to see them, it's one of those long-term goals.

Be sure to check out other areas of my house:
My Living Room
Pink Girls Bedroom
My Entry
Master Bath
Princess Bedroom
Lavendar and Blue Girls Room


2 comments :

  1. what a nice kitchen! I'm impressed with your handiwork and I like your style. I have a vinyl welcome sign in my entry and I love it, but I have never thought of putting up just a graphic like you did. Very nice! I'm off now to take the tour of the rest of your rooms, thanks for opening up your home and inspiring us.

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  2. I love your kitchen! So pretty! I really like the graphic design you chose as well! Such a cute idea and so simple too! Thanks so much for sharing at Thursday's Temptation. Your link got the most views so I will be featuring it tonight on my blog!
    Jill

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