Monday, February 8, 2010

Pantry Redo...


Our pantry doors have been having trouble- were getting ready to just fall right off- probably because we open those doors 50 times a day to get out snacks, homeschool stuff, shoes, etc, etc, etc......it got to the point where we could not even close the doors- and instead of just getting the doors fixed...?? Too easy and normal....:) I decided to do a complete makeover!!!!! I will show the after pics tomorrow- too much editing, and too tired. I am very happy with the outcome.........

But anyway- in the meantime- a question for you...

What is your favorite romantic movie of all time? I really want to see a romantic movie for valentines....what would you watch?

26 comments:

Marsha said...

My all-time favorite romantic movie is An Affair to Remember with Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr.

I also like the Disney movie Enchanted for something "fluffier."

Stephanie said...

The Notebook or Titanic are two really good romantic movies.
Hmmm.... you have me curious, can't wait to see what you did with your pantry doors.

Preppy 101 said...

The original An Affair to Remember! It is so good.

Jenn A said...

I love Jane Eyre, but it is REALLY long. I just watched 17 Again and it is cute, funny, romantic, and has a great overall message.

KQ Sue said...

Sleepless in Seattle

Cindy @ Chalk it Up! said...

Can't wait to see how it turned out!

One of my favorite romantic movies would have to be "The Goodbye Girl" with Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason(She was great in this). I watched it a hundred times when I was a kid. There's just something about this movie that I love.

Cory said...

Hi
I've been checking out your blog for a couple of weeks, found you through Bethany's blog (http://sethandbethany.blogspot.com/)

I love all of your creativity!! Wish I had just a small bit of it :)

Have you seen "P.S. I Love You"? It's probably one of the most recent and most romantic movies I've ever seen. But both times I've watched it, I cried off and on the whole movie, so that's just a warning!

Thanks for blogging!

Jane said...

I am a fan of both An Affair to Remember and the '94 remake Love Affair.

When Harry Met Sally, You've Got Mail and Ghost are also great.

Anouk said...

Pride and Prejudice - the A&E 5 hour version!

Staci Danford said...

LOVE the Notebook, and A WALK in the Clouds.. I saw Dear John this weekend.. OH MY..
Staci

Can't wait to see your redo.

Amy said...

Can't wait to see the pics. My pantry is in total need of a overhaul.

As for the movie, I love The Holiday, When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, and Fever Pitch.

Ms_Pea said...

It's an older movie, but my favorite romantic movie is called Truly, Madly, Deeply with Alan Rickman. And then there's the all-time classic The Princess Bride or Ever After with Drew Barrymore. Let us know what you end up choosing!

Beth said...

I love the inside of you pantry! I remember reading somewhere long ago and far far away....lol about ladies talking about decorating the insides of closets, drawers, pantries, etc. so that everytime you open them you get your own special little surprise! For romantic movies, the first one that comes to mind for me is The Notebook. Love that movie!

Sun-Kissed Scholars said...

Love the inside of your pantry!! I'm sure the doors are going to turn out just as fabulous.

I enjoyed the Notebook. Really, I'm just not a sappy-movie-kinda-person. ;-)

manda said...

The pantry suspense is killing me!

As for movies....The Notebook or Serendipity.

MeganN said...

I only watch romantic movies with a happy ending :) You've Got Mail is my all time favorite movie with French Kiss close behind! I am a Meg Ryan fan too!

The Football Wife said...

Love Affair -- I love it when Katherine Hepburn plays the piano!

Ruth said...

I can't think of another movie off the top of my head but we will be watching Love Happens. I hear it is great. We'll see~

Can't wait to see the pantry makeover.

Ruth

Shelly said...

Oh, Sara! What perfect timing. I have those doors on my Laundry closet. The kids always smash their fingers and now it is getting off track. We were thinking of replacing them with the accordian type doors. Can't wait to see what you did!

My fave romatic movie- The Notebook, 27 dresses,Bride wars, Marley and Me, Made of Honor, How to lose a guy in ten days, and Fireproof.

Annie said...

PS I love you was a cute romantic comedy. The Notebook is a favorite of mine, though. :)

Your use of color and pattern inspired me when I made a little chore chart for my little guy. I blogged about it if you want to check it out.

Can't wait to see the "after" of your pantry! I need to re-do mine, too!

Laura D said...

I can't wait to see the pantry re-do. You always have the most creative ideas.

As far as romantic movies I'd have to say Ever After. (Clean but romantic.) I also love all of the Jane Austin and Elizabeth Gaskell romance movies. My husband loves them as well. ( I know I'm so lucky!) Wives and Daughters is my personal favorite with Pride and Prejudice (long version) and Persuasion (masterpiece version) getting a close second.

Monica said...

While You Were Sleeping

joeandkris513 said...

The Jane Austin Movies were great. Joe was willing to watch 2 of them with me this week while we were snowed in...and enjoyed them. He liked the Pride and Prejudice ( the newer k. knightly one) and I think I liked the Emma Thompson Sense and Sensibility better. We watched PS I Love You after it came out and loved the plot, but were a bit sad at the morals. The Lakehouse is a good one as well from what I remember.

joeandkris513 said...

Oh yeah...and I forgot to say it, but your pantry closet is amazing. Wish I had known what a great decorator you were while you were at my house. I would have put you to work!

Laura said...

I love the movie You've Got Mail!
It is the only one I have ever watched more than once and I don't know how many times I've seen it.
Definitely my fave!

Jenn A said...

There is a newer movie out called Bright Star. I just watched it with my husband and it is very romantic, but has a sad ending. It is about the romantic poet John Keats. It is well done and beautifully shot. Definitely a must see!