This handmade art piece adorns a prominent wall in the restaurant, showcasing the chef's spoon collection. The collection is the result of a thieving habit of swiping spoons from memorable dining experiences around the world.
The crisp white walls of this sitting room help accent the sculptural qualities of the Regency spoon back chair and silver tripod table. The modern art sculpture on the wall adds a touch of creativity to the room without distracting from the overall feeling of tranquility.
A long, white tufted sofa creates cozy and stylish seating along one side of this wood dining table. A blue throw pillow adds a pop of accent color while a dark orange pillow matches the burnt orange coloring of the chairs. A spoon chandelier adds a unique element and antique style to finish the design.
A vintage stove with a flip-up top is full of old-fashioned charm. White walls and counters become a blank canvas on which to layer bright colors and textures like the subway tiles, even the wooden spoons!
Fourth of July festivities practically beg for vintage decor, so put favorite items of nostalgia to use. Old cheese boxes and blue Mason jars provide antique-inspired storage for forks, knives and spoons.
For a fun and healthier spin on the traditional banana split, slice a banana in half lengthwise, spoon plain or vanilla Greek yogurt over the center, top with fresh berries and granola and drizzle with honey.
Place five Peeps of the same color, one tablespoon coconut oil and one cup flour in a microwaveable bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds, and mix the melted ingredients together with a spoon. Knead until it's firm.
Kellie Clements used her repurposing skills and personal style to create a space that's full of life on a bite-sized budget on HGTV's Design Star. She created a custom art piece using circles of wood and blue painted wooden spoons to fill the blank wall.