I thought I would show you a couple of pictures or maybe more than a couple of the Hoosier cabinet. It ended up being too big for the place I had bought it for. We worked to get the dining room painted and put back together so we could put the Hoosier on this one wall and it was just too big.
So we ended up moving my hutch to the dining room and putting the Hoosier in the breakfast nook.
It has these old pulls on the drawers, that I wasn't too wild about those either but now as I look at them I kind of like them better. I like pulls best like on my hutch.
Now for the dining room. Its so much brighter. I think it is such a happy room. I still need to do a few more things like get a rug and hang some pictures but for right now I like how it looks.
I am still pretty crazy about this hutch. I will never have house beautiful. That has never been my goal. I have always wanted a house, where people come--- they kick off their shoes and feel like they can stay awhile and be at home and at peace. This house has been very well used and continues to be that way. Whenever I think of moving and I start looking around to see what is out there, then I find, as long as I live I will never find a place like this to call home. Then I realize, how content I really am.
Thank you for stopping by and visiting today. I really should take you on a tour of my little vegetable garden soon, it really is a pretty little thing.
Have a lovely week,
|“Happiness of heart can never be measured out and bundled up, it's
intangible. We keep running after it, grasping for it, and the heat of
our running so seldom brings it closer. But now and then there may be a
moment. We look at something and know it is good and beautiful. Those
moments are happiness.”
― Gladys Taber,