I have a crush. A chevron crush. And not the Chevron of the corner gas station variety. Rather, that sassy geometric pattern that's been seen gracing everything from rugs to my newest Lilly dress.
I constructed the template by cutting eight inch wide strips of poster board. I then taped them together at right angles to make the chevron pattern. (Sister is now the proud new owner of my template, however I have a feeling she is going to have to be more creative than lipstick and a casserole to convince her Mister.)
Number 411 custom monogram outfit one side of the sink.
Bulleit Bourbon bottle signed by Hollis Bulleit, the First Lady of Bourbon (I SO need a title), are at home on the other side of the sink.
coveting a few weeks back (thanks bestie S).
We enjoyed a smashing night out with fun friend M and Coach S - dining alfresco over divine steaks, bottles of wine and hours of compelling conversation - and it's now waaay past my "school night" bedtime.
PS. If you haven't been following along with our basement project, this wall was completely empty before we started our gussy-up. The cabinets were pre-assembled and unfinished from Home Depot, painted in Fieldstone by Benjamin Moore. The sink and counters are from Ikea, the dishwasher from super duper sale at Best Buy, shelves a splurge from Ballard Designs and the wine fridge was a closing day gift from the previous owners of our house.