Wow, this nursing chair has taken a while to complete. I was given it in late 2012, and spent much time the week before I gave birth in February 2013 on my friend’s sewing machine, reupholstering it with grey fabric – you can follow its progress here, and see it with the matching footstool here. Continue reading
Well, the baby hasn’t arrived yet (only a week and a half to go to due date!). In the meantime, I’ve been finishing off the upholstery side of the rocking stool that came with our nursing chair from my lovely friend Helen. All it needed was a staple gun!
The edges aren’t the most professional, mostly because I don’t have a clue what I’m doing, but definitely fit for our purposes.
All we need to do now is wait for the weather to brighten up a bit (more snow due this week, folks!), and then set about painting the wood white – I think it really would make it.
I’m looking at tables and chairs for the kitchen. We’ve talked about having stools and having the extra bit of wood as a breakfast bar, but I’m anti-stools in principle. I don’t enjoy balancing as I eat. The extra bit of wood has to wait until we get the flooring in anyway, as we need to fix the pipe (that’s just arrived) to the floor to hold it up.
I’ve got my beady eye on these white chairs and matching table from Argos, but Barry prefers the purple, which I don’t think matches. I also like these ones, which are on offer at the moment, but we’ve just bought the flooring, so I think they’ll have to wait a while. You can have a look at them with the other stuff on my Pinterest kitchen pinboard.
I am looking forward to having breakfast in our shiny kitchen!
As a side note, you may notice that I’ve added a bunch of buttons on the right to make it easier for people to find and follow me. Most of them were copied from Karen’s blog (thank you!).
As yet another side note, I’ve committed us to the raspberry paint I mentioned before on our bedroom wall, although at the moment, it does like someone was shot and killed against it, and then the killer tried to clean it. It’ll be better when the whole thing’s pink.