April 12, 2011

Favorite feature in the room? Least favorite?

via Red Online.

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A Merry Mishap
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Oh I think it’s perfect, no complaints.
Shoot, ok, I’d replace the chairs though. I’m allergic to that style.

Rhoni
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Favorite – the stove. Hands down. *drool*

Least favorite – the shelf as storage. It’s cute in pictures and maybe works for some people but I can’t see it being a viable option for me/my family so I tend to not like it in general.

Katie
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The stove is amazing, love it all, not so sure about the floor.

seesaw designs
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

favorite: that stove… seriously coveting.

least favorite: going to agree with the above comment and say the chairs. never been a fan.

raina
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Love the open shelves- Blue pots-and quiet calm. Wouldn’t normally like those chairs- but they look great in the space.

a' la mode
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

I love the juxtaposition of the modern clean lines in the shelving and lower cabinets vs the rustic farm table, but I am in agreement, don’t love the farm chairs…..also, I ‘d like a cup of joe from the press =) xoxo Shelli

Vintage Scapes
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Favorite Feature: The Lacquered cabinets…

Least Favorite: Missed opportunity for an awesome backsplash with pops with color

katie
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

that’s a lot of plates.

RLG
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Hmm. I agree — lots of plates! Love the stove. Love that there’s a table in the middle instead of an island. Love the utilitarian feel. Where’s the warmth? More comfortable chairs perhaps? Fun post! xoxo

jenn
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

favorite: over all calm feeling… it’s so neat and tidy
least favorite: chairs…. I’d paint them some soft shade of grey, turquoise, teal, or maybe coral… not anything too bold and bright, but something to give a hint of color

Shannon @ What's Up Whimsy
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Favourite – the mix of modern and white with old and rustic

Least Favourite – do they really need that many pepper mills? Ha ha

bink & boo
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Favorite: the mix of modern and rustic comfort–not easy to do, but well done in this space

Least Favorite: Ummm, there’s no butter (that i can see) for that yummy bread.

P.S. Shannon’s comment made me chuckle, I thought the same thing.

Jmae
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

That is a LOT of dishes lol. But I really like all of the room!

Caroline @ Between Your Ears
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Favorite Feature: open shelves, love, love, LOVE THEM

Least Favorite: White walls — I’m just not a fan. I like bold, in-your-face, no-turning-back color. Here, I’d go either midnight blue or goldenrod.

Kirsten
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

That one, thin, and perfect shelf that houses all the kitchen goodies. Love the simplicity of it.

karen @ our slo house
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Favorite? (just one??) — open shelving, the oven/range, the table,… *sigh*

Least favorite? — the chairs

A Merry Mishap
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

I wanted to come back and comment again because I knew something wasn’t right. ALL THOSE PEPPER MILLS! Bizarro. The plates don’t even disturb me, just the pepper mills. Looks like a dozen or more.

Ok, I’m really done this time.

Shari
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

I think it looks clean and comfortable… I couldn’t do this for myself, though, because I like my dishes covered for the most part. Also, I don’t care for those particular chairs. I like retro cafe style chairs… the table is awesome, and the range.

Some of those mills could be for salt… I have three flavored salt mills from salts I got in Italy. One is red chili and sea salt, one is Himalayan pink sea salt, and another is herbed sea salt, ha ha. But you have to be able to TELL what is in each, so these particular mills wouldn’t work for me!

Lindy
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The stove looks amazing. Looks functional but in the coolest way possible. Also it’s hard to see but I may also love the counter tops, is that grey stone I’m seeing?

There’s a wee bit too much open shelving for me. I like a combo of cabinets and open shelves for the pretty things. I have no desire to see our multi coloured sippy cups out in the open all the live long day, haha! I’d have to hide them in a basket or something!

Kelly
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Love it! Favourite is the grey tones and open shelving I don’t have a least favourite.

rachel thomas
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

fav, the shelf!
least fav, the floor (i swear my elementary school had the same floor)

alice
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

favorite- the bread!!! least favorite- the lack of backsplash…. with so many beautiful tiles to choose from, why wouldn’t you take advantage?

Elizabeth
Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The way we cook, anything above the stove would be greasy and dusty in no time. I definitely require a hood in my kitchen- and a backsplash to make cleaning easier!

I love those raw wood elements though, it certainly warms up a spartan kitchen!

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Commented on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Teeny tiny coffee pot for a kitchen with so many plates and pepper mills! Beautifully shot and love the simplicity, but I wonder if it’s actually a bit cold in reality.
I’m drawn to lovely photo shoots like this even though I live in a clutter zone!

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