a lazy weekend

Top o' the Monday to ya!

We had big plans to put new flooring down in the kitchen, but the tiles didn't come in, so that's going to have to wait for another weekend. {Gotta love a good excuse to procrastinate!} We're going with Armstrong's Gentian Blue and (a name I can't remember) white checkerboard, and once that's finished we're going to replace the counter tops with butcher block.

We've got old white painted steel and glass cabinets, which are space age awesome, but some of the glass has broken over time and is near impossible to match. Instead we're thinking of using an oiled luan that will match the counters, with an over sized circle cut out to open and shut them. I see it in my mind as clean and modern, but I also wonder if it could come out looking really trailer trashy bad.

Speaking of trashy bad---well, not trashy, but bad. And hilarious.

Instead of all that fancy housework, we got Mabel back on schedule with her sleep, a task far greater and far more rewarding than new floors. For real.

How 'bout you? What did the weekend hold in store?

A few blogs I sopped up like gravy on a biscuit this past weekend:
are so happy * janae hardy * kristina sostarko * veja cecilia

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erin@designcrisis said...

Thanks for the shoutout!

I'd like to know more about sleep schedules than decorating. Sigh. sigh. sigh. This is what my life has come to.

Jeana Marie said...

glad to hear Mabel is sleeping for you :) We've just taken all Christmas snack leftover junk stuff out of Eowyn's diet and have had 3 nights of peace too...bless.

love the blue...I like reading all your posts :)

Kate F. said...

I'm digging the color scheme! We put in Ikea butcher block (the thick ones) 2+ years ago and treated them with "Tried and True" brand Danish oil, and they are terrific. You will loooove them!

Wolfie and the Sneak said...

Erin--You're welcome. You gals are hysterical. And sleep schedules? Who needs such monotony?

Jeana--yes, a few nights of sound sleep is pretty amazing, though somewhat miraculous! We're all in the same restless boat, it seems.

Kate--That's so good to hear. Maybe they'll inspire us {and instill in us the talent} to whip up some tasty meals like you make!

misti said...

I read often! It is very hard to remember to click out of my reader sometimes! You are definitely an inspiration for being environmentally friendly, and your creativity!