Below is another little bit of kitchen progress. The glass doors have been installed as well as the hardware! I chose a hammered clear glass that turned out even better looking than I had imagined! Note that the holes from the old door hardware still need to be filled and the base of the cupboards needs to be painted to match the doors. But all in all - it's looking better and better!
Check out the drawer pulls below - I really like how they look! That little lamp is one of the three I installed on timers around the house to make it look lived-in as the days grow shorter. If you click on the picture you can see our odd assortment of furniture - a rocker we brought from our house, a camp chair and what you don't see is the folding card table next to the camp chair!
Our contractor gave me some new fencing ideas to go over with Mr. Squash. He wants to do the work before winter sets in. Other than that and some minor electrical work all we have left is to sell our current house and "get out of dodge" as Mr. Squash likes to say! We lowered the price again this weekend in hopes to attract buyers.
I visited with my friend, Carol (no blog) - who also quilts - while at the Squash House. Please come back on Thursday - especially if you like to embroider - and I know who a lot of you are - Carrie, Wendy, Kaaren, just to name a very few....Carol and I will have a real treat for you on Vintage Thingie Thursday!