Monday, March 25, 2013

Everything and the Kitchen Sink

I started a new kitchen folder recently which then expanded to include butler's pantries and open shelved storage.  Which then expanded to include a few shots of food and greenery and flowers.  It's an everything and the kitchen sink post literally and figuratively.  It also seemed fitting to post it now as many will be sitting down to Passover and Easter meals with their families.  Since I celebrate Easter, I didn't realize how much cleaning must be done in preparation for Passover.  Jews must remove all traces of leaven or chametz which "is defined as the result of grain that ferments" from their kitchen and home. I feel like I could stand to remove all leaven from my life too after all the bread I ate this weekend and do some spring cleaning of my own. Happy holidays to all who are celebrating this week.

Larry McGuire of Josephine House in Austin

Photo by Karen Rosenlund.  When I was putting these images together, I didn't realize I had three from Karen who has a great site here and blog here

Photo by Karen Rosenlund

Martha Stewart

via Honey & Jam


Photo by Karen Rosenlund

via Skona Hem

Photo by Laura Moss

via Tricia Foley


via Lonny

Heydt Designs

Sage Design

via House Beautiful

via Tricia Foley

via Bunny Williams

Tim Barber Architecture

via Apartment Therapy


via Chalon

via Desire to Inspire

Ina Garten

Ann Lee Thornton

Roman and Willaims

Top Image: via Sarah Klassen



10 comments:

Preston Davis said...

LOOOOOOOVE this post!! Preston

vicki archer said...

Beautiful kitchens Heather... xv

MJH Design Arts said...

Great post. I love the old fashioned glass fronted cabinets. Open shelves--not too great in earthquake country.
Happy Easter.
Mary

Daryl Wark said...

Love love love , this post, every photo a delight to the eye.
Happy Easter Heather frommdown under in Oz,
xx

Karen Albert said...

Heather I added several pins to my Kitchen and Dining dream folder!
xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

ArchitectDesign™ said...

You've chosen all of my favorite kitchens in my own design files! Martha Stewart always has the best ones though.

Tim Barber Ltd said...

Just wanted to thank you for this inspiring post. We learn so much by sharing good ideas. Thanks for including our work in your post. We are so glad you like it!

Tim Barber Architecture

Kara said...

Thank you for the feature Habitually Chic.
My house / kitchen is in very good company!
Kara xx

Kara Rossenlund

www.kararosenlund.com

Asma' said...

What a beautiful and inspiring post!

ashleyhartswick said...

A feast for the eye! Beautiful...
x

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