I’ve just stumbled upon a fun piece on Barbara Westbrook’s approach to kitchen design by Chuck Reece, and three lessons about kitchen design. 1. The kitchen should make you smile 2. No kitchen is an island 3. A kitchen is more than its features Well, four, but the fourth one you can read it yourself here. Aaaand my favorite kitchen designed
Just a wonderful minimal kitchen by Dutch interior architect Remy Meijers. via desire to inspire
Well, another fabulous space ready for Christmas. This time a beautiful kitchen in Maresme, Spain in newly renovated house built back in 1865. Project Fairytale is always such an inspiration. elmueble via dustjacketattic via projectfairytale
Christina & Meg got it right with this amazing kitchen and dinning area, nonetheless their whole home is beautiful. The kitchen features herringbone floors and fab black & wood cabinetry, and I love the built-in banquette in the breakfast nook. see more on lonny
Still staying strong in the interior design trends, two-tone walls make up as a great choice in any space. Always go for a darker tone at the bottom and a lighter one up to create height. Bright kitchen furniture and soft shades of green look swell against the two-tone walls. livethemma
A lot of grey shades actually! This modern yet traditional beauty is the work of Blakes London. Timeless design, clean lines and fab details, love it.
You know, there are some spaces that you wonder if they are real. Yes, so dreamy that they seem surreal. This is the case of the beautiful Como loft of Marco Vido, posted by S on Project Fairytale a couple of days ago. I selected just two shots from the home but go see it. The rooms burst with light
This month I came up with a mad, let’s say, resolution for the rest of the year and beyond, what am I talking about? Well, I’m talking about cooking more, or actually cooking for an instance. Due to the nature of this blog, I’m always looking at food pictures, tablescape pictures and last but not least, a lot of kitchens.
…to properly start the weekend.. all via
A 9-by-12-foot kitchen, tucked in corridor in a Victorian house in Noe Valley, San Francisco, without any, guess what? Natural light! Awkward no? Giving the fact that space looks just floded with natural light. That is because designer Alison Davin did a wonderful job renovating this kitchen. See more and the before on remodelista.