Sunday, October 16, 2011

SUMMER KITCHEN

Well last weekend the weather was so nice that I finally got my summer kitchen stained. I used Early American but it came out really dark which is fine by me. I let the board and batten weather for a year and half, so it really sucked up the stain. I wanted to get this project done before the snow started to fly. I also stained the front porch. I have been asked to post a picture, so here it is. I even put in a little garden at the side. I put in 2 sedums and 3 hostas.

8 comments :

  1. Looks gorgeous Janet. I love the colour. It turned out excellent! Your garden just tops it off beautifully. I'm sure you're very happy that you got it done before the snow arrives.

    Karen

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  2. Janet, what a nice job you did and how wonderful for you to actually have a summer kitchen. The little garden adds the perfect primitive touch. Have a great week, Julie.

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  3. LOVE the summer kitchen. Is it actually functional? The little garden adds just the right touch. Have a great week, Dawn

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  4. Oh....Me thinks I'm jealous....LOVE it!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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  5. oh I love it..now can we see the inside..or did I miss that post..I love the little bench in front with the pumpkins in it..that would be my studio I think..hope all is well in your neck of the woods.;)

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  6. It looks awesome Janet, I love it! I have hostas and they are so easy to keep. Love all the pumpkins in front... cute!

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  7. Did you receive the Sisterhood of the traveling Swap Box ? We are trying to see who had it last .
    Deb / Crow's Creek primitives

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