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Kitchen Essentials with Rod Works

Hey friends! I always like to have total transparency! This blog post includes an affiliate link and we collaborated with Rod Works on both of these canister sets. My opinions are always my own and I would never share anything with y’all that I don’t truly love. Thank you for your support friends!

Hey y’all!! My name is Shae. My husband and I like to say we are a powerhouse when it comes to our DIY’S for our home and in between raising our four daughters, being an Instagram Influencer, I brought in my blog this past January! We share anything from home décor styling, DIY budget friendly renovations, recipes, and more!

Have you wanted to update your kitchen on a budget with products that don’t break the bank? The hubs and I recently updated our kitchen with concrete countertops, a white subway back splash, a white farmhouse sink and white chalk painted cabinets.

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After the renovations were completed, (it took about 3 weeks) I began searching for décor to complete our kitchen renovation. I knew I wanted a whites and woods type of pallet. My husband made the wood cutting boards that you can find in this post from a large 75 year old tree that had fallen onto our property. I found various baskets from thrift shops and a few that I had in my décor closet. I also added touches of greenery and a couple signs that we had previously made. I felt like this one counter space was missing something and couldn’t quite place my finger on it. When I found these canister sets from Rod Works , I knew it was the perfect kitchen essential for my countertop! The Coffee/Tea canister set can be found here and the Flour/Sugar canister set can be found here .

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The canisters are ceramic with a slight gloss finish and a seal to insure freshness! I have had them in my kitchen for the past couple of weeks now and I love how all of the items I use on a daily basis are right at my fingertips! They are practical, convenient, free up space in your pantry and are budget friendly! Please check out my friends over at Rod Works for all of your home décor needs!

Thank you for stopping by today!

❤️-Shae

Handmade with Love

Today I am teaming up with six of my blogging pals for a blog hop! We were challenged to find something from a Thrift Store, Estate Sale, Yard Sale, Family Heirloom, ect. I had the idea to ask the hubs if he would be willing to make me a few wood cutting boards and a riser for our newly renovated kitchen! Let me tell you how it all began! Last December, we had a large tree fall on our property.

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We took our youngest two girls to the top of the hill, where it had fallen, and counted all the rings in the tree to find out how old it was- It was 77 years old!

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My husband had the idea to mill the wood, so that we could have this beautiful tree as lumber!

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As soon as our blog hop came about, I knew I wanted to see if he would make those wood cutting boards and a riser for our kitchen!

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My husband was able to mill several beautiful pieces of this red oak tree. I just love an item that is sort of repurposed in its own way. From this 77 year old red oak tree, we were able to get a couple years worth of firewood and many beautiful furniture pieces to come! The picture below is my husband doing what he does best! Making something beautiful for his wife 😉

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He definitely makes my heart skip a beat to see him making something for our home. We did not spend any money to make the riser or the wood cutting boards. It was just our time.

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I also used olive oil to condition the wood and added twine to the cutting boards.

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Please check out all of my buddies to see their finds for this month! Never a disappointment for sure! Love, love, love working with all of these wonderfully, talented friends of mine!

❤️~Shae

Vintage Brass Candlesticks – August Thrift Store Challenge

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https://www.thehousehouse.com/thrift-store-finds/thrift-store-challenge-august-2019

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DIY PUMPKIN FRAMED ART

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Thrift Store Challenge: Drab To Fab Side Table

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Corbel Update

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https://lecultivateur.com/2019/08/26/thrifted-treasure-august/

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