Note: This is that out-of-order post I warned you about on Friday. I’m working on my book edits this week, so I’m just glad I had this post “in the can” to use while I shut out the world and try to make my upcoming book the very best it can possibly be. Sorry for any redundancy!
People coming over, kids included, means I like to take advantage of the fact that we have two dining areas. Even without an official Children’s Table, the split naturally happens. I love having adult conversation while I listen to the laughter coming from the other room. (The other room with a table, so there’s no reason for kids to “need” to eat on their laps in my living room).
But my second dining area, my breakfast nook, is a beautifully hidden spot. Seriously, real life friends who have watched some of the videos of me decluttering it have asked to see it. These are people who have been in my kitchen many times, but this connected area somehow escapes their notice.
And that is one of the reasons I like the layout of this house . . .
But in anticipation of the table-splitting, I straightened my breakfast nook. Straightened. Which meant some throwing away, some moving of randomly-placed stuff to its home eighteen inches away, and such.
Here you go. So not perfect, but so much better.
Several have suggested removing the decorative items (giving up on the dream that this will be a place to display anything) and using it only for its real-life purpose of holding various kitchen things.
I like that idea, and totally plan to act on it one day. I just find myself moving this space down the priority list since it’s so rarely seen!
But seriously, y’all, doesn’t straightening make an amazing difference?
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