Friday, April 15, 2011

vintage shabby chic

On my to-do list for quite some time has been to make some new window treatments. I finally found what I was looking for to make one, a pretty vintage sheet that would make it simple and easy but add that vintage shabby chic look I really wanted in my kitchen. I think the best part was it already had the trim and a sweet little accent of lace so there wasn't much sewing that had to be done!!


I wanted a little bit more than a valance so added the cafe curtains since i had plenty left of the sheet. I was a little worried it would be a bit too girly for my husband but he really likes them!! Yippee!!


My favorite part, the sweet aqua trim with the white lace!!


So not much sewing this week, but a little and I get to look at it everyday while I do dishes. :) Making these has got me motivated to move on to the other window treatments I need to do.

Hope you have a FABULOUS Friday!!


16 comments:

  1. They are beautiful. I love them.
    I love your aqua kitchen aid too. I have a white one and want the aqua one so badly.

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  2. that's so cute kerri! it looks like a different kitchen!! what a perfect find. :)

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  3. Great curtains. I'm starting to get the bug to look for vintage sheets.

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  4. OOOO I love these curtains.. These are the ones I want for my kitchen, but I havent seen the fabric that I like yet.. I think the sheet is a fabulous Idea, I might have a look around for some pretty sheets..

    Thank you for sharing xx

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  5. Very nice and you are lucky beacause your hubby likes it:-) !

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  6. The curtains are lovely Kerri! I just love Vintage sheets and have quite a collection which I'm turning into Bunting (no surprise there tee hee!)

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  7. I just found your blog and I felt the need to compliment you on your pictures ,your words ,and your work!!! Love it all!!! Thank you for making my day brighter ...

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  8. Your kitchen curtains are so pretty. I love that you used a vintage sheet.

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