Wednesday, November 16, 2011

What's Cooking?

I think everyone can agree that cooler temperatures mean a return to comfort food.  At no time is this more prevalent that at Thanksgiving which is coming up soon.  I didn't mind my tiny kitchen when it was the height of summer but now I wish I had more space and an area for a dining table.  Of course, the advantage to living in New York is that I have a million restaurants to choose from for eating out or ordering in but it's still not the same.  Until I have more space, I'll have to be content with drooling over kitchen images and designing my future dream kitchen.  Bon Appétit!


















































 All images from The Life of Polarn Per

20 comments:

stopmeifyouveheardthisone said...

LOVE these photos. I love big rustic white kitchens. Gorgeous.

~Stop Me if You've Heard This One

kacky said...

Ok, you did not post a single kitchen that I would not LOVE to have as my own.

Crissy @ House of Marlowe said...

Wow! Now that's a lot of pretty! I've always loved that first Victoria Hagen kitchen; and those drapes and light fixtures in the one with the turquoise vases.... LOVE! My "pin it" button is on fire. :)

Karena said...

Beautiful Heather! I really love the tables and islands with the zinc tops combined with wood!

My hip replacement rehab has been successful and I am now at home with home health care coming in to assist and continue therapy !! Thank you to all for the encouragement and support!

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Karena

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Latoya said...

My Pinterest account is going to break with all of these pins. Love, love, LOVE this french country style inspiration. So warm and inviting. I really want to go bake something now. Rustic apple tart tonight!

stina auer said...

Wow, wow, wow! Looks like my man's parents big house in south of France. Easy, lovely, warm and cosy.

/Stina Sweden
www.awomanalifeablog.blogspot.com

Big Hug Studio said...

These are great kitchens. I love how you added pics of food in between.

Kate Lewis said...

wow! lovely, lovely, lovely.

pve design said...

Fabulous collection of incredible kitchens for breaking bread and giving thanks!
pve

Bubble and Squeak said...

All the snow is worth dealing with when it comes to all the amazing food ahead! Everything looks even more delicious in these beautiful kitchens. Great post!

La Dolfina said...

Damn I love these images!!
So good

Fashion-isha said...

Wow! This is such an awesome post! Kitchens AND food. I don't know which pics I like better but now I'm hungry!
xo
Sharon

Monni Swizzle said...

BEAUTIFUL kitchens & BEAUTIFUL food! ^^

http://chonkosfoodandstyle.blogspot.com/

Janelle McCulloch said...

Kitchens, as the French and Italians well know, are the real hearts of the home. They're where we gather to cook, chat, laugh, love our families and generally combine all the ingredients that make for a wonderful life. It's interesting that kitchens are getting bigger - and also incorporating dining rooms (which were previously separate spaces). It seems that all we really want to do now is be in the kitchen, where all the action is. Love these images.
JanelleMcCullochLibraryofDesign

HRH The Duchess of State said...

Oh so beautiful & inspiring kitchens dahhling!

Patty Oblack said...

Love all the posts as well. Would be great to just open a fresh box of Kitchen every few months, like another pair of shoes.

jayneonweedstreet said...

Great kitchens! In your next home, I suspect you will have a great big white kitchen!! Beautiful and inspiring!

judith said...

Fabulous post. Love the photos and ideas. I bookmarked many.
Delicious!

Nikki Green Caprara said...

These are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing such lovely kitchens!

Nikki

mmltd said...

love all of these kitchens! plus the food inserts!!!
however...i would love to see some gorgeous kitchens from the "UNDER a million dollar renovation" sector!

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