Raise your hand if you should cook more often? Well, I try my hardest to create something once a week that is simple and homemade. I try not to be a repeat offender by spending all my coins at Panera Beard. My current obsession at the moment for quick food. I tried to rationalize that Panera Beard was a step above fast food and was way better than my local fired chicken joint.
However, if your a kitchen cook like myself you know that standing for long periods of time making dinner or any meal can cause lower back pain. Am I the only one? Just asking because this is why the thick kitchen rugs were created. Here are a few of my favorite kitchen rugs that do it in style and also with a little comfort. I mean the kitchen has to be cute to even want to go in and cook anything.
Tell me what items in your kitchen make life easier? I have some kitchen hacks pinned on Pinterest that I’ve been meaning to try. I think the best hack that anyone can do is mixing the decor up a little bit. Grab a rug or item from the non-kitchen section at your favorite home decor store. I mean you can add padding to almost any rug to make it into a kitchen rug. You don’t have to compromise great style for comfort. There is a such thing is having the best of both worlds.
I believe that design should be fun!
I am a mid-century, country chic and boho all at the same time. I am a country girl at heart, but I’ve always been a fan of mid-century decor and vintage items. I also love a good dolly and some country chic crackled finishes that have naturally aged over time. None of that faux shabby chic that is some how everywhere in vintage malls. I think painting a piece of furniture that’s already old with new paint and then distressing it makes no sense. Anyone else feel me on this?
Here are few of my traditional/non-traditional Kitchen rug picks.