Category Archives: kitchens
This gorgeous kitchen has so many of the elements I’d want in my dream kitchen someday. A bright open layout, beautiful white cabinetry, marble countertops, a large island, white subway tiles, hardwood floors, a built-in bay window breakfast nook with views of the backyard greenery…
For a look at the cool built-in organizational features of the kitchen as well as before photos, check out the homeowner’s blog here.
Photography by Katarina Mojzesz, Interior Design by Papyrus Home Design, Homeowner - Sue Walter
Absolutely love the look of a marble herringbone backsplash in a white kitchen. These beauties are going in my dream home inspiration file:
image credits: 1- house and home, 2- photography by virginia macdonald for style at home, 3- house and home
Loving the look of flowering branches in the kitchen, whether in large or small scale:
image credits: 1- O at home, 2-via inspired design, 3-dominomag
I tend to be most drawn to kitchens that get great natural sunlight, so it’s no surprise I fell for these two:
image credits: 1-via atlanta homes mag, 2-via the architecture blog
…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.