You could say I’m sort of on a gallery wall kick. First it was the boy’s Pirate Gallery Wall. Now the Kitchen Gallery Wall.
Remember when my kitchen wall looked like this:
Then we knocked out a few cabinets and moved the fridge and it looked like this:
Then we knocked out a few more cabinets, and I learned to drywall so it looked like this:
Initially after losing TONS of cabinet space, I planned on a hanging pot rack here, but I loved the openness so much I decided to just turn it into a kitchen gallery wall. I’m so glad I did. I also love how it looks with the green buffet.
Almost everything on this wall means something special to me, and I love having a place to display it for everyone to see. Here is where it all came from:
1. “North Dakota is my Paradise, More cow’s than people” tea towel purchased on Etsy.
2. “So many of my smiles begin with you” art print (Can’t remember where I got it).
3. McGurn Cocheted Name Doily was a wedding gift from a relative.
4. “If I call you darling, will you make me pancakes?” art print found here.
6. Metal hose knob purchased at the Prairie Berry Winery with Cookshirt hanging from it.
7. Chalkboard made out of a garage sale mirror spray painted ORB and with Chalkboard paint.
8. Big Fork from Hobby Lobby (Shopping on a girl’s day here everyone thought I was CRAZY to buy a gigantic fork)
9. M from $1 spot at Target covered with scrapbook paper.
10. Wood mirror from garage sale.
12. Bonnie Mohr Living Life Quote and Art Print purchased from here. (I actually bought it last Christmas for my mom and it arrived damaged. They sent me a new one and let me keep the old one so it has a few creases, but I’ll just call it character!)
13. “Trust in the Lord with All Your Heart” tin sign purchasd from Real Deals on Home Decor.
14. Black metal magnet board purchased for a quarter from a garage sale (I still need some magnets)
15. State Art Prints of Michigan (where we met), Colorado (where our love’s were born), and North Dakota (Home in the Bakken) purchased on Etsy.
This project was pretty cheap because I purchased the Vegetable Prints and State Prints specifically for this project, but everything else was accumulated over time and just put together. You should have seen my mom and with everything and more laid out on the living room floor trying to find the perfect arrangement, only to find out the space was too small for the arrangement we settled on.
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