Here's some pretty vintage kitchens and a few shots of my kitchen.
We dodged the snow bullet this time, not even getting a dusting here in Central Connecticut. It's still bitterly cold though, and not a single sign of spring. I'm started to get both depressed and desperate. Perhaps spring will never come :(
|A row of antique scoops make a great bit of minimalist art for this kitchen.|
|Love the creamy gray color of these cabinets. Outstanding.|
|Typical of an early 20th century kitchen, there are no real cabinets, just narrow built-in shelves, and a center table as an island/work station.|
|Who doesn't adore a nice collection of antique bowls!|
|This kitchen is absolutely spectacular. It gives me serious kitchen envy.|
|The combination of brick, stainless steel, and mint green is unexpected and very effective here.|
|I think I've shared this picture before, but it's one of my all time favorite kitchens.|
|And here's what my kitchen looked like late last summer. I might put the ducks back up soon. |
They're so delightfully cheeky.
|I would love to score something like this baker's cabinet for my kitchen. Even though I have no spot for it, I'd have to buy one if I found it.|
|It takes courage to go so bold on the flooring. That bravery paid off big time for this homeowner. |
This space is gorgeous!
|And finally another neat painting showing an early 20th century kitchen. I think this space is stunning.|