Monday, October 26, 2009

MET MONDAY - Window Seat

Little beknown to us, this window seat project would cause an entire kitchen re-do! We started the window seat last fall and ended the kitchen just a few days ago. I can't even begin to tell you how much I love it!



The bay window was crying out for something extra.




Framing, framing...




See, I actually do some of the work.




We're on a roll now!




MDF




Alright! We're on to the decorative touches.




The extra storage space has really come in handy! Those of you who know me won't be surprised to hear that.




Finished! Except for the cushion. I'm hoping to have one custom-made one day when I hit the lottery.










Thank you to Susan and please visit the other posters at Between Naps on the Porch !

23 comments:

  1. I LOOOOOVE this!!!! LOVE the pillows an thw window treatments!! just lovely!!!!

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  2. Wow! It looks so good. And I like seeing a girl with power tools. :) The pillows and curtains really finish out the space nicely. Good job!

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  3. It looks completely different! Great job! All of the fabric makes it look so cozy and the perfect place to curl up...:)
    Tamera@doubledelight

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  4. I love window seats! This is wonderful. I want to sit right down with a good book!
    -Angela

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  5. I sooo love window seats and have been thinking of doing this in our living room bay window. Love your pillows, window treatments and all. Turned out great!!
    Linda Q

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  6. Wow! It looks beautiful and really changed the look of the window space. I love it!

    Sue

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  7. It is beautiful and now you have all that new storage space, love that, I am such a fan of window seats, they just give so many new options for storage and window treatments...

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  8. I'm jealous,jealous, totally jealous!! I've always wanted to do this except the bottom of my bay windows are too low. The valances are stunning. Thanks for sharing this awesome transformation.

    Stop by and see my lovely transformation and don't forget to see yesterday's post too!!!...My papa's hand-painted frescoes from the cathedrals of Southern Italy!

    And if you like what u see, don't forget to click the "Follow" button so that we can inspire each other often!

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  9. I nominated you for a blog award! check it out here:
    http://doubledelightdesigns.blogspot.com/2009/10/awww-shucksyou-shouldnt-have.html

    Tamera

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  10. What an inviting little space. I ♥♥♥ it....really nice selection of pillows, too!

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  11. That's how ours started too :) Everything starts as " a quick fix " and then ends up in full out house remodel ;)
    I love your window seat. We still haven't made cushions for our banqette we made a few months ago. We too DIOurselves :P

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  12. Wow! It looks so professional and fits in perfectly with the architecture of the space.

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  13. I have always wanted one of those! You did a great job.

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  14. I love it, so pretty! I would love to do this in our kitchen, but of course the heating vent is right smack in the way.

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  15. love watching the whole tranformation in pics. my fave part was seeing how you dressed it up. Love the toile and all the pillows.
    Hoping you win the lottery soon so you can get your cushion on there. : )

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  16. That is absolutely adorable. I adore window seats, and I love all of your dog pillows. So, So, SO CUTE!

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  17. I am so impressed (and jealous) it looks great!
    great job.
    gail

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  18. Excellent! This is exactly my situation! Thank you for the framing details, I am on my way thanks to you! Greg Weeg, Etowah, NC

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