Pin This…

Mar 14, 2012 | Uncategorized | 16 comments

So… oh-holy-crappola.
It looks like once again my Momma is the Pinterest Queen.
She got this bur-up-her-butt after being inspired by recent overnight at friend of ours to turn her back porch into a butlers pantry…
I mean… after you’ve been featured in Jeanne d’Arc Living, you’ve got to think outside the box – right?
I’m not much for envying… but I tell you what… 
it’s hard not to after seeing her Coffee Cart.
For crying out loud.
Go Momma, go Momma, its your birthday, its your birthday…

16 Comments

  1. Passionedeco...perchè le case hanno un'anima

    Ok, holy crapola…I love that expression!! It sounds sooooo good!! ah ah!!!

    And yes, envy is a bad thing BUT
    I AM ENVIOUS OF THAT COFFE CORNER….what’s that??? Wowwwww it is spectacular!

    Your momma rocks!

    Fra

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  2. It's me

    It is great !! i love it !! and you,…and your mom !! congratulations !!..love from me.,….xxx…

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  3. miss flibbertigibbet

    I saw that the other day! OMG she has the most amazing talent! Of course….apple…tree….you’re right there….
    Lorraine

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  4. shirlgirl

    Wow, I really like this idea. I have a very small kitchen but a sizable screened deck and it would be great to sit out there and have everything so handy. Great idea.

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  5. Auntie Bliss

    Pin it? Why don’t I copy it in my home! Awesome.
    I just realized I dreamed about you last night LOL…your family…came to my…church? yeah and y’all were so quiet!! I was thinking you’d talk more LOL.

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  6. vintage girl at heart

    saw this yesterday and saved it for inspiration! i love yo mamma..she has such style!!!

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  7. NanaDiana

    Oh- I saw this! Marvelous- I LOVE your Mother…she knows what’s happening! xo Diana

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  8. Lisa DeNunzio

    Mais oui. I have a penchant for making small spaces into something useful. Hence our bar stocked with old bottles on a marble slab that rests atop an old Singer Sewing machine base. Great idea.

    Best, Lisa,

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  9. à la parisienne

    I can see why everyone has pinned this idea. The color palette is so beautiful and oh so popular, and the idea is very clever. This is right up my SIL’s alley! I’ll have to show it to her.

    Bravo!
    Mandy

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  10. Ann at eightacresofeden

    Yet more inspiration to turn my office which is right off my dining area into a butler’s pantry. Thing is I need an office and the shelves for all our homeschool books but it would make such a brilliant pantry and I want all the bulky appliances such as the microwave and bread machine out of my kitchen especially now I’ve seen those pics at your mum’s blog! I’ll be pondering this all day now and looking for alternative locations for books and a spare corner for a ‘coffee table’ – I could even use my Singer sewing table as one of your readers mentioned. So many ideas from one little post!

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  11. Theanne

    checked it out…now I’m trying to figure what I can turn my rented, carpeted second bedroom into!!?!

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  12. Jody and Stan

    I saw this and loved it. What an inspirational mom…
    Love her style.

    Jody

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  13. DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family

    Angela! I saw this on her blog, yesterday. Your mom has lifted my soul! (and so have you!) She is “just a bit” younger than me. Her “joie de vivre” and talent had me rearranging my kitchen and dining area after a 9 hour work day! Yes, I too now have flourished antlers!
    Happy Weekend!
    ~Lynne
    [w/L]

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  14. Anonymous

    Makes me wish I had a little back porch! Its so inspiring to see someone come up with a FUN functional idea.

    Kathy

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  15. mossandivy

    A wonderful blog, so glad I found you!
    -Susan

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