I suppose I just have a real love for kitchens. Not that I like to do a lot of cooking now that I’m an emptynester and living alone. But when my girls were young I cooked most every night.
Kitchens remind me of my childhood, when there might be chicken frying in a cast iron skillet or a pot of beans simmering on the stove.
A blackberry cobbler, made from the blackberries we picked from our garden, might be setting on the counter cooling.
The array of colors in this kitchen just makes me smile. All the pretty bubble gum colors spread around the room are so pleasing to the eye.
I have always been fond of eat-in kitchens. Having a banquette set up takes up less room and gives you a lot of seating. The vintage table, the kind I grew up with, adds a retro vibe.
This kitchen dazzles with bold minty green paint and a funky retro window treatment that adds a bit of whimsy.
This kitchen is fun with its blackboard wall with pots drawn on it with chalk. I love the open cabinetry/shelves. You can see everything you have and not have to dig around in cabinets looking for what you need.
This kitchen reminds me of an old-fashioned diner. Or a coffee shop. The sunshine yellow chairs are cute paired up with the more rustic counter. The white brick wall adds texture.
How about this cottage-y kitchen all in white? Reminds me of a gingerbread house with the scalloped wood trim over the window.
This eat-in kitchen seems to be well organized and everything right at hand. It is a bit rustic with its mismatched chairs and open shelves.
Which is your favorite? Which one would you love to wake up to and make coffee or tea in and sit down with a crossword puzzle?