As you probably know I love interior design and I believe that good design should start in the kitchen. The kitchen is where we not only cook, but also where we spend a good portion of our day. For that reason, I think kitchen design is especially important and deserving of the highest professional knowledge you can have.
Take for example this kitchen designed by Warmington & North, where kitchen design and architecture was evidently taken very seriously.
This kitchen has a very elegant approach with white marble countertops, classic cabinets and dark hardwood floors. The brass found on the cabinet hardware and light fixtures bring the necessary warmth the space deserves.
This is kitchen design as its finest and I hope you feel inspired by it.
Beautifully designed. The dark hardwood floors contrast perfectly with the cabinets. The faucet is by ROHL.
I love the antiqued brass hardware. It adds an old-world feel to this kitchen.
A similar color for the cabinets is Dunn Edwards’ Hidden Hills, DE5569.
The view of the kitchen from the mudroom. I love the bead board paneling.
Atrium White by Benjamin Moore is a similar color for the walls.
I know this post is all about that kitchen, but I couldn’t resist this closet! I had to share it with you.
This is the kind of closet that I love. Everything is tucked away (no dust!) and the space feels just like a chic dressing room.
See more Inspiring Interior Design Ideas in my Archives.
I can’t believe it’s Wednesday already! As I mentioned yesterday, I’m very busy lately and it’s amazing how time seems to fly when you’re busy. I remember when I was a kid and a week seemed to be a month. Do you remember that feeling? I guess the more you have to do, the faster time goes by, right?
Talking about being busy, no matter how busy I am, my kids are always my priority and yesterday I read “Goodnight Moon” to my little one a thousand times. That’s his favorite book and I just love seeing how happy he feels every time I get that book. He smiles, laughs and I can feel happiness right in front of me.
That inspires me to look more around and see what makes me feel happy. We should learn to enjoy more what brings joy to our lives and really show happiness on our face.
Let’s smile more and allow ourselves to be happier today.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Warmington & North.
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