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Vintage Schoolhouse Kitchen Inspiration

Kitchen Inspiration

We own our own home but we are currently not living in it. No, our home is located in Greeley, Colorado and right now we are living in Washington, DC where seersucker, bow ties and monograms rule the world. We are loving it here but we are also living in about 700 square feet of rented space. We love our little apartment, you can see the tour here, but there is something about getting to make your own adjustments and painting where ever you want.

Lately I have been having dreams of redecorating. Yes, dreams. I love those dreams but I wake up wanting to break out the paint roller and get stuff done. As for right now, I will just continue to dream!

My latest inspiration has been coming from stationery. I have always loved Rifle Paper Co.; Anne Bond is the talented lady behind each design and everything she draws/paints/creates is whimsical and I want my whole life to look like one of her cards. This look mixed with a little vintage old schoolhouse charm vibe and you get the perfect old world charm kitchen!

Here is my inspiration from Rifle Paper. I love the muted colors, the dark wood of the recipe box mixed the the glamour of the gold. Love it all! RiflePaperI1 RiflePaperI2

Now enter the Rifle Paper Inspired Dream Kitchen!

Rifle Inspired Kitchen

1. Stag Head  /  2. Wire Wine Rack / 3. Rifle Paper Co. Recipe Box / 4. Mercury Glass Votives /5.  High Back Chair

6. Metal Tub Chair / 7. Chalkboard USA Map / 8. Old Fashioned Milk Jug Measuring Cups

9. Handmade Cardboard Clock / 10. Paper Placemats / 11. Metal Top Dinning Room Table / 12. Salt and Pepper Shakers

13. Antler Candlestick Holders / 14. All Things of Beauty Print / 15. Citrus Print

To accompany the kitchen, I would love to paint a wall with chalkboard paint for our grocery list, fun doodle space and for the overall vintage schoolhouse vibe. My inspiration comes from this amazing wall from the blog Burlap & Lace.

ChalkboardHalway

 

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