Major kitchen improvements. I built an island and bought some stools and a rug. This happened in March, but I just haven't been in a blogging mood. [All about Instagram right now. Its so fast and easy.] It's made cooking and eating so much nicer.
Then I replaced that West Elm advertising poster with shelves! I've lost track, but this probably happened at the beginning of May. Having my tea and spices above the stove freed up a lot of space in the limited cabinets. Plus, it's much more convenient for cooking.
As I feel the need to proclaim every time I post a picture of this apartment, that wall color is atrocious. It seems to be very common for rentals down here near San Diego. I see apartments on Craigslist all the time with the same weird yellow/green/beige. Do landlords think it's "sunny and bright"? Ugh, it's awful. I really want to paint, but I also want to move. I suspect I won't get around to either, but I day dream about it.
For scale, this is the view from the couch. The bedroom door is just to the left of those Etsy prints. Overall, I like how the apartment has come together. The only thing still missing is art for over the bed... but that's another post. This one is called kitchen improvements, and I'll stick to that. Any kitchen improvements of your own lately?
Someday I'd like to have a fig farm-- dozens of trees, but for now I only have two. This is a blog where I focus on gardening, cooking, home renovation and occasionally personal style. My main home is in Albuquerque, but for the last year (nearly!) I've been living in Southern California for work.