The other left over piece was just (barely ) big enough to cover the area behind the stove.
The new metal backsplash will be much easier to clean than what I had there before.
I also changed out the window treatment in the kitchen to give it a fresh look. (Did you notice the new pumpkin rug in front of the sink? I've been to Big Lots.....they have lots of neat fall stuff for your home this year.)
I used some fabric that I've had on hand for several years to make my kitchen curtains.
I love toile, don't you? Gives my Farmhouse kitchen a little touch of French Farmhouse!
I went with the no valance look this time for my window treatment. It really lets the light flood the kitchen during the day.
I also like the fact that I can draw the curtains closed if I want to.
There is another window in the kitchen that I have to design a new window treatment for, so I'll be back to share how it looks when I finish
I always enjoy your visits so much, please come back soon!
I love all your changes . . . very crisp and uncluttered. I need to do a little uncluttering too. The French farmhouse look is perfect for your kitchen. Love what you have done.ReplyDelete
Good morning, Penny, Oh, I do like the new look in the kitchen. The tin gives the back splashes an interesting look that I really like. I like the curtains without the valance. Nice, nice choice.ReplyDelete
Adorable. We have a corrugated metal ceiling in our garden room and I love it. Your window treatment is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I really do like the addition of the corrugated metal pieces...It really adds character and I totally LOVE the black and white toile curtains!! They look beautiful!!
What a fascinating idea! I would never have considered using corrugated metal that way, but it looks fantastic.ReplyDelete
That corrugated metal backsplash is a great idea, Penny. May have to think about that for my own wee kitchen! Putting behind the sink and stove really ties it together, too! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Turn About!ReplyDelete
Great idea. We used corrugated metal on our greenhouse and it is definitely growing on me. Perfect for your farmhouse theme and practical. Hugs, SandiReplyDelete
Wonderful ideas and great follow through. Visiting you at August 16th: Saturday Sharefest. First time visitor to your blog and this link party and glad I did. Will pin this post. Nancy Andres @ Colors 4 Health.ReplyDelete
I love the toile curtains! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete