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Category Archives: kitchens
…french cafe bistro chairs…
See my previous post on french bistro chairs here.
image credits: 1- via because it’s awesome, 2-via chapman interiors
Both with cabinets all the way up to the (high!) ceiling and painted in such a happy color
image credits: 1-photography by ditte isager, via harpers bazaar; 2-photography by michael graydon, via house and home
Stacks of wood warm up the decor of these two lovely spaces:
1- via haute mamas faves, 2- photography by simon upton via elle decor
Loving these kitchens with cabinetry going all the way up to ceiling and a library ladder to reach them:
Last week I did a post on hanging pot racks, which featured mostly large kitchens. This kitchen below shows how a hanging pot rack can be integrated into smaller quarters:
image credit: photography by patrick cline for lonny mag
Hanging racks are a great option for storing and displaying beautiful cookware. Hung right above a center island, they make pots and pans easily accessible and create a visual centerpiece. Additionally, pot racks free up cabinet space so there’s more room to store dinnerware, food items, etc.
image credits: 1- nate berkus, 2- via house beautiful, 3- via elle decor, 4- via home bunch, 5- martha stewart, 6- country living, 7- via elle decor, 8- via elle decor, 9-mick de giulio
image credits: 1- wendy’s lookbook, 2- via jacquelyn nicole , 3- honey and jam
Loving how white paired with a bit of soft turqoise helps make these spaces look so fresh.
Hope you have a great start to your week!
image credits: 1- douglas friedman, 2- country living
Just had a chance to flip through my copy of the latest issue of C Magazine and was delighted to see featured this beautiful Hollywood Hills home. Especially loving the gorgeous outdoor living area and the living room with big windows and views of the green garden. I think they shall be the newest additions to my dream home inspiration file.
photography by Douglas Friedman
A kitchen rail positioned above or near the stove is a great way to keep frequently used cooking utensils easily accessible and in a neat row.
Make your own with a short metal curtain rod and steel s-hooks. Check out this example.
image credits: 1-photography by Bernard Touillon for Cote Sud via dress design decor ; 2- photography by Roger Davies via Architectural Digest; 3- livingetc, via sycamore street press ; 4-photography by Tim Melideo as seen in the glitter guide; 5- livingetc, via sycamore street press.; 6-photography by Scott Hawkins as seen in Beachside Home; 7-domino magazine