SYS Party #50 ~ Digging Out

Welcome to the 50th Share Your Style party. Hope all made it out of the East coast weather woes this past week. We fared pretty well except for the cars being stuck until today, right where they were parked last Thursday evening. I was fearful we would lose power with the high winds and sleet combined with the snow but we didn't and for that I was so grateful. So now I can say, the snow was beautiful. But the dig out has begun...Here is my beloved working on the front walk. The good thing was, with being at home for so many days, I got two pieces of furniture up-cycled for the shop, made some adorable items for Easter and cleaned up my work room (at least better than it was). Now I feel like I have a little breathing room and I can work better that way. Do you feel that way too? okay...onto our Share Your Style party. Barbara of Rosemary Lane is your host this week. Have a sunny weekend and I can't wait to see all your inspiration. xoxo

Hi everyone and welcome back to another Share Your Style Link Party. This one is number 50 and I am your host this week Barbara from 21 Rosemary Lane.

Over the past few weeks I shared with you all some of
the updates going on in our Kitchen. 

First there was the makeover of a ReStore hutch I purchased last spring. Right before the holidays I painted her black and then for the winter she was dressed in classic black and white.

Another ReStore Score was this simple iron chandy I picked up for only $15. Had to keep my fingers crossed the hard wire was still working. 

And finally for just under $10 I found these wonderfully worn Farmhouse style items at various thrift shops.

Now let's get on to this week's features!

The first link which caught my eye is from Pat over at the blog French Country Style From the Foot of the RockiesShe found this wonderful primitive table that simply stole her breath away. I can see why as I just love its worn features.

The next link I am featuring had me a the first picture. Kristen from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia shared her newly remodeled kitchen. It was a process almost two years in the making, but I think it was totally worth the wait! 

Another kitchen redo I loved was actually a kitchen cabinet and island makeover. Chelsea from Two Twenty One reused her existing old oak cabinets and transformed them into a true thing of beauty! (Psst that is a bookshelf added to the end of the island!)

And talk about transformations, I couldn't get over this one from Julie over at The Little Farmstead who was brave enough to paint...yes paint her piano! I have a piano I've been seriously thinking about painting and I think Julie has finally given me the courage to do so!!!

Angelina from the blog Peonies and Orange Blossoms shared her thoughts on a Barbour Bednell coat she received for Christmas. After reading her review of this beautiful outerwear I so want one of these fabulously designed coats.

And rounding out this week's picks are these super yummy looking strawberry Jam Cupcakes from Bunny over at Bunny's Warm Oven.

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NanaDiana said...

There are some really wonderful links here. I am glad you got so much done while you were "snowbound"...Easter will be here before you know it!;>) Trying to get a few blog visits in tonight while hubby is feeling good. xo Diana

Diana said...

Thanks for the party, Lynn!

Blondie's Journal said...

Amazing pics!. So glad you are safe, warm and cozy! :)


Art and Sand said...

We are actually having a winter here - first time in several years - and I have been baking on rainy days. It is expected to dump tomorrow so one or two of those recipes shared might just happen here.

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