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Love Your Space Challenge #15: Treat Your Kitchen Window


PicMonkey CollageHello my blog friends and readers! I hope you enjoyed the holiday weekend.   It was warm enough to spend some time outside at a state park and the beach yesterday.   So refreshing after a few days of gloom.  Today’s post should “brighten” your spirits, its our last challenge for eating spaces and as to do with a light source. =)

If you have been following along, go ahead and scroll down to see today’s challenge.  If you are new you can click on the Intro or any of the links below to see what we have been up.  Most of the challenges take about 20 minutes or less and are fun little projects with decorating or organizing tips to help create spaces you love.

Week 1 Living Spaces

Challenge #1: Move a Piece of Furniture

Challenge #2: Hang Something New on Your Wall

Challenge #3: Style Your Coffee Table

Challenge #4: Add Fresh Air

Challenge #5: Style Your Bookcase

Week 2 Sleeping Spaces

Challenge #6: Change Your Textiles (bedding)

Challenge #7: Change Your Drawer Knobs

Challenge #8: Have Your Clothes Ready to Wear

Challenge #9: Dress Your Dresser

Challenge #10: Be Ready for Guests

Week 3 Eating Spaces

Challenge #11: Set Up a Tea/Coffee Station

Challenge #12: Spruce Up Your Seating

Challenge #13: Organize Your Pantry. Fast.

Challenge #14: Style Your Buffet/Sideboard

Challenge #15: Treat Your Kitchen Window

Week 4 Bathroom, Laundry room, and Office

Challenge #16: Make Your Bathroom Pretty

Challenge #17: Organize your Laundry Room

Challenge #18: Repurpose Something!

Challenge #19: Conquer Paper Clutter

Challenge #20:  Organize a Junk Drawer


Love Your Space Challenge #15

Treat Your Kitchen Window

Option 1:  Use something unusual.   Instead of curtains, use pretty items that let light through.  Here is a beautiful  display of bottles and antique kitchen towels.


I love the shelf that was added to this kitchen window, but of course the stunning antique window display is the focal point.


Create your own valance with a painted sign.

window-with-boardAt Home on the Bay

Option 2:  Go ahead and hang curtains but try a trendy fabric and modern hardware to give it a fresh appeal.

window-treatmentsThe Blue Angels

My Outcome:  Something unusual, of course! I just love using items I already have and this window display showcases my favorite post cards and pictures.  (picture wire wrapped around two little nails + miniature clothes pins= super easy project)SONY DSC


Do you have window treatments that need updating? A bare window sill that could use a little love? Are you up for the challenge?

I would love to hear your ideas and thoughts! Leave me a comment, let’s chat.



    1. Oh, that is a little sad… I had them hanging in our family room framed with curtain panels in our old house. Thanks for stopping by Dawn!

  1. Kathy, I love these! My favorites are the bottles and dresser scarves, the antique window-in-a-window, and the post cards and pictures! ♥ You’ve really got my wheels turning- thanks for the ideas!

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