I’ve been switching up the decor in our kitchen for a more simple, farmhouse style and had this idea for a sign over the pantry. Everywhere I looked I saw “EAT” and “KITCHEN” but I wanted one that said Dry Goods, because that’s what’s in the pantry! I considered making one myself but life has just been too busy for that project and things won’t slow down anytime soon. So when I spotted the style of sign I wanted for a great price at one of my fave local shops, Brown Chicken Brown Cow, who you may remember from the recent vintage market, I asked the owner if she could do a custom version. She said yes and because she’s awesome she even kept it at the same price as the other signs she already sells!
It turned out awesome. She made it to the dimensions for my specific spot and gave me a choice of colors so it was just what I wanted. It’s the perfect addition to the cabinet top decor changes I’ve made so far.
On the right side the large white platter stayed where it was, as did our personalized cutting board, but the fruit basket was swapped out for this large breadboard and a vintage wicker wrapped jar. I picked both of those up at an antique shop outside of Portland on our recent trip for a great price. I’ll be sharing more of that shopping trip soon.
The other side kept several of the same pieces as before, just rearranged. The wine rack I had in the corner was sold and I picked up this cute copper bucket that I’d been eyeing at Target for months for just $2 on the local buy/sell page. That’s a 90% savings from the original price!
It sat empty for a while, but when I won an Amazon gift card at work I ordered my favorite purple pens and several bunches of faux lavender. As soon as they arrived I knew they belonged in the copper tin. I love the contrast of the colors and textures and am even happier that it’s something that can stay up year round.
I still may rearrange a few things as I find other items just right for this space, but for now I’m pretty happy with how it’s looking. I’d love to hear your suggestions on moving things around or items to add, so leave me a comment if you have ideas!