17 October 2013

Kitchen Tray

I changed the backsplash on my kitchen stove for now.  
The old, silver tray can hold recipes with a magnet.



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    1. Thank you, Sweet Auburn. I thought I would try something different for a while.

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    1. Thank you, Deb. That's so sweet to hear. My spouse and I did all the work ourselves except for the electricity and updating the plumbing.

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  3. Every time I see your kitchen I am in love with it ~ Lisa

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  4. Your kitchen looks so cute!!!! I downsized a few years ago as well....and my kitchen is tiny.....we are in the process of changing things around in there. I love small rooms...they are so charming!!!! Your cottage is beautiful !!!! Deb :) Vintage On A Dime

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    1. Thank you, Deb. I agree. I really love small homes too for the same reason.

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  5. How beautiful! I'm in love with your kitchen, too. You have it arranged and decorated to perfection! Hugs!

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  6. You know, every time I see your kitchen I try hard not to covet that refrigerator! :-)

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  7. Love the color, or the fact it has color! so many all white kitchens these days it's nice to see color.

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    1. Thank you, Rivercrest Cottage. I wanted something fun, and I don't seem to tire of blues and grays.

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  8. I love any and all things tarnished silver! Looks great.

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  9. I love that look! I wish I had room over our stove to do that, but we have a microwave above the stove and there is no room for anything there.

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  10. Love your space. Oh and that header too! Thanks for visiting me and leaving such nice comments.

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    1. Thank you, Daniela. Something easy... It keeps splatter off the wood walls.

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  12. Your kitchen is to die for! xo Jen The tray is fabulous!

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    1. Thank you, Jen. I can't believe how much I would love a small kitchen.

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  13. I LOVE the tray idea! And your kitchen is GORGEOUS!!!

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    1. Thank you, Michele, for your sweet comment.

      Sue

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  14. Your kitchen always makes me smile. :D Great idea for holding recipes, and I truly have Smeg envy! I want one soooooo bad.....

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    1. Thank you, Ricki. The tray also works to keep any splatter off the wood. I've noticed that visitors to my home have a strong reaction to that refrigerator; people either love it or hate it.

      It's so silly, but I'm still smiling when I see it.

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  15. The tray is just one of many fabulous things about your kitchen! Love it!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  16. Beautiful and useful et the same time? Exactly what any small kitchen needs! I'm keeping the idea!

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    1. Thank you, Magaili, I'm enjoying your remodel very much!

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  17. You have such a stunning kitchen! Pinning the photo for future reference. :)

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  18. I have similar trays on my kitchen walls and have never thought about using magnets. This is fabulous as nothing sticks to my stainless fridge. :)

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  19. That is such a good idea! My recipes always get covered with ingredients - this is a great way to not only be able to easily read your recipe, but it'll keep it clean too :-)

    Have I mentioned that I love your fridge? :-)

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    1. Thank you, Kelly. That fridge makes me smile every time I see it.

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  20. Nice idea ! Your kitchen so nice and I loooooove your SMEG firdge ! Want on in pink !!!!!

    xoxo from PARIS

    Joëlle

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    1. A Smeg would be adorable in pink. If there was no male in our home, it would be pink!

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