I hope you had a great weekend! The weather is going to be beautiful here in Kentucky this week, and I am loving it! I really like Easter being later in the month, and I am excited to experience our first Easter with Sania Louise. :)
Today, I wanted to share with you my kitchen window dilemma. If you follow me on Instagram and saw my Insta-stories last week, you would have seen me share videos of the “former” window above my kitchen sink. That window used to look outside to our front yard BEFORE we built our new entry way.
Since we built our entry way, our kitchen window has still been over our sink, but you could see the wood planks on the other side of the wall through the window. Last week, when I was doing a MAJOR cleaning of my kitchen, I took the window sashes out of the window and posted a video on insta-stories. I asked my readers to help me find a temporary fix for this dilemma.
It’s temporary because we will be building a new kitchen in a couple of years, and I don’t want to spend a lot of money on this project when I know we will be tearing it down in a couple of years.
My sweet friend, Layla, from The Lettered Cottage, texted me and asked me if she could do a “presto-change” post with some possible ideas for this space. I believe my answer was, “Heck yeah!” :)
So today, Layla posted some options on her blog of possible solutions to my problem.
Here is one of them….adding white shiplap inside the window opening.
She came up with 3 or 4 more that you can check out on her blog and even vote for your favorite! I would love to know your opinion! THANK YOU!