Our kitchen went bold this week. Now, there's no stylin going on with this table, ya'll, but this post is not about the table. It's about the rug. In fact, I didn't even wipe off the morning juices from breakfast (my lil mama would be be mortified). We've been living with this Restoration sisal for a few years. It's had oatmeal jammed into its crevices and yogurt mushed into its rows. And well, when I received my Ballard Designs catalog last week, I made a quick change.
It's time to go chevron...yes, I know it's overdone. It's cliche'. It's expected and all of those other things. But I don't care. It's a pattern and it adds character to the kitchen. It blends with the tones in my living room which is just two feet away. And it's indoor/outdoor so it will withstand the dumping that the kids will give it.
I decided to introduce this on the blog before EG arrives home. We were on the phone last week when I
Some may say I'm sneaky, but EG knows me well enough by now to know I have great taste (haha) and he knows I would never steer him wrong. I know he's gonna love the new rug.
What do you think? Do you like the Chevron or are you diggin the solid color?
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Sources: Ballard Designer: Chevron Stripe Rug Grey with Sand 7'10" x 10'10" $229 with 15% coupon ($195). Chairs- Restoration Madeleine Side Chair in Weathered Oak $99 each; Table- Crate and Barrel 99' Dakota Dining Table $1699