Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Blue beadboard

Boring
Much less boring , don't you love my martha stewart glasses?













I haven't found any projects to get to lately but I have always wanted to back my open cabinet with beadboard , I had extra of laying around ,so there was no time like the present , a quick little makeover for the kitchen . I used the little sticky veneer rounds to cover all the holes for the adjustable shelves , it makes such a difference I think.





26 comments:

Deb said...

I love the blue beadboard!

Laura Trevey said...

I just love beadboard... it adds that extra touch to any room!

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

I lOVE it! The glasses and bowl look great with you make over:)
~Debra
Blog: Capers of the vintage vixens

Cottage Dreamers said...

I'll have to remember this! We're thinking about having a little bit of open shelving in our kitchen and that looks wonderful!
☺ Celeste

Kristen said...

That's a GREAT idea! And I love all the beachy colors you used in that cupboard! Also the turkey stew/soup looks delicious and just what I was looking for for dinner tonight! Thanks

♥Amber Filkins♥ said...

It looks so great, Kris! Love it! I'm going to makeover our kitchen one day, and I think I'm going to put beadboard in the backs as well. I'll have to save this post. :)

Sharon@Sharon at Home said...

Very pretty and your glasses look lovely against the blue beadboard.

Frugal Home Designs said...

I love the little transformation. It looks great.

Irene said...

I love blue and I love beadboard, so naturally these go together to me. :)

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

That is a great splash of extra color. I really like that bowl! Have a great day.

Kelly said...

Beautiful and so beachy. I love it! You're quite the busy bee, it's inspiring :o)

Lisa said...

LOVE.

HUGS FROM MAINE

mmtncrfts said...

Love the blue bead board! What a wonderful idea!
I would love to do this in the back of the shelves in my workshop. Thanks for sharing.

Linda: mmtncrfts.blogspot.com

Kathi said...

Beautiful! Love what you did with the doors too!

Grace said...

I love it! That colour is gorgeous, and looks amazing with your MS glasses. Did you use beadboard plywood (not sure if that is the right term?) or individual tongue-and-groove-boards?

In the post I have scheduled for tomorrow I'm discussing changes I want to do in my kitchen and adding beadboard to the back of an upper cupboard is one of them. I would love to have your opinion on my questions if you had a moment to pop over. I love your kitchen - such an inspiration.

Kerri said...

That is just too clever for words! What a difference it makes. The only problem is that you make me want to tear everything out of my house and start again!
Kerri xx

Beautifully Inspired said...

I love the color that you used! Great idea!

Nicole

www.sobeautifullyinspired.blogspot.com

Elizabeth (blue clear sky) said...

Very pretty Chris. I love the beadboard backing. The blue striped bowl is perfect too.

Sara @ Russet Street Reno said...

It is so beautiful!

Laura said...

What a difference a little paint makes. I love it...and the Martha Stewart glasses!

Tomorrow I'm featuring a tutorial on toilet paper roll napkin rings. I'd love it if you stopped by!

momof3girls said...

oh.la.la! I love the blue beadboard - say hello to pretty!

Marie said...

Hello sweet Chris - lovin' the new blue beadboard! Makes a big difference and is so fab!

Blessings,
Marie
http://emmacallsmemama.com

Patti @ From the Desert to the Sea said...
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Patti @ From the Desert to the Sea said...

Sorry about the deletion...my comment that got posted was one I wrote awhile back but never got posted...very strange!!

I'll try again....love the blue beadboard..what color did you use? Also, I love your window treatments..what are they called and where can I get them? I would love to use them in one of my guest rooms! Thanks so much!
Patti

AtOneWithHim said...

Yes I do love your MS glasses. They look even better with the blue bead-board.

The Bergers said...

Holy shebang! I LOVE this!!!! Both the beadboard and the wire/mesh front. AHHH!! I MUST have that in my kitchen!!