We were living in a house with an outdated/ugly, and pointless kitchen window that led to our family room. That's right, our family room, and not the outside of the house. I decided to
get creative with it, and come up with a LIGHTED KITCHEN WINDOW TEACUP AND SAUCERS CURIO CABINET with sliding glass doors (as in the doctors' offices) to put my small teacup and saucers collection. I don't know if it has been done prior to my doing it, but when I did it, I had never heard, or seen it before.
This pictures was sent to me by Bernice (for some reason it wasn't uploading on her computer.) It is the most wondrous sight I have ever seen. Many thanks to Bernice's friend Tamara in TX for sharing this picture!
Our kitchen is facing north and has one small window, hence there was not much light. The knotty pine look was getting on my nerves and so did the ugly, red Formica counter top, including
a 70th look linoleum brick floor all worn and the wood work being a very dark brown didn't help to make this kitchen into a cheery place to work in. I love light! Especially during Colorado's long winter month. I remodeled this entire kitchen from top to bottom for less than $900.00