Pinned to Death — thanks, Pinterest

Pinned to Death — thanks, Pinterest

Lately I’ve been spending more hours than I care to admit on Houzz, Pinterest and a number of other time sucking websites.  All in search of “the 10 best ways to organize your kitchen” or “the top 5 best 2015 neutral paint colors.”  Sometimes extensive research entails late night search strings such as “hammered metal prep sink” and “Sherwin Williams Dried Thyme.”  Which makes you think of “Sherwin Williams Rosemary” which is just a tad darker.  But you would need to offset that with a lighter color. “Benjamin Moore White Dove” perhaps? And on. And on. And on.

Just ask Mr. Robinson. He hasn’t seen me in weeks.

In a few weeks our family will be moving… more on that later. But suffice it to say we’re doing a few cosmetic changes to the new house. Nothing crazy yet just enough to make me more crazy. It’s not like I have children, husband, a job, or laundry to do.

Laundry room meets Butlers Pantry meets Storage meets Catch All

Laundry room meets Butlers Pantry meets Storage meets Catch All

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I suppose a girl can dream.

Perfection.

Perfection.

Source | Traditional Home

16 hours of  countless measurement, cost, and esthetic comparisons brought me to this.

16 hours of countless measurement, cost, and esthetic comparisons brought me to this. Which, of course, is now back ordered.

Here a couple of things I am in love with. Or am I? Maybe I should search on Pinterest to see if there is something ‘better’ out there…..  It’s been a few hours so I’m sure there’s a new “top 5 things to fill-in-the-blank!”  Goodness, it’s a good thing I wasn’t trying to plan a wedding with all this information readily available.

hardware crush. It's a real thing. Google it.

hardware crush. It’s a real thing. Google it.

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And here it is again– nearing midnight with my brain still a spinning, boxes scattered about, and a fridge that contains half empty mustard, apple juice and deli meat.  Sorry, kids. You will eat again. One day.

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