This weekend is all about lots of freelance work and birthday planning for Tim (whose birthday is tomorrow!!). This week’s pins all about the kitchen can all be found here.
Maybe it was the snow or the sudden cold snap, but, I’m suddenly really looking forward to the holidays this year. Cookies and lights and greenery and being together.
<<Three>> Holy black floors! PS: Happy Weekend!
I could spend my whole life in this Union Square loft. All those books and that cozy reading nook. Found via 16 House. Originally posted on At Casa.
<<1>> Blue walls, mercury lamps, old wood. Oh, and vintage postcards. Country Living had me at hello.
I’m spending lots of time on Pinterest these days. I only wish that Google Reader and Pinterest could make a beautiful baby together.
<<2>> I can never get my cutting boards to look so well aged. Love the faucet, the window and the rug.
<<3>> This is a kitchen to feed an army! Side by side ranges! Kind of like the Downtown Abbey kitchens, modernized!
<<4>> I love this color scheme for a boys room.
Loving this celestial bedroom << MFAMB
Eleanor Lanahan and John Douglas, Vermont artists, built an addition with a bridge to maintain their private space while living together.
This is fantastic. What married person hasn’t dreamed of this situation at some point?
This is the sort of room I plan to grow old in; comfortable and not too proper; full of books and the spoils of a life well lived. I love the WASPY touches; the dogs, the bar, the eagle mirror.
Melanie Acevedo via the lil bee
Loving the latest issue of Martha Stewart Living. This chic pop of paint on the edge of the door would be so easy and a fun detail.
I’m thoroughly charmed by Keith McNally’s summerhouse on Martha’s Vineyard. See the entire house at Elle Decor. PS remember McNally’s dreamy kitchen?
Yup, still loving symmetry, glossy black paint, kitchen nooks and busts! All from Lonny.
Nice to meet you Martha Stewart Craft Rooms from Home Decorators
Electric blue is one of my favorite colors; the lamp in this room made me squeak; as did these boys t-shirts. Inspired by Ashley and Aron’s door make over, Tim and I are thinking of painting our interior doors in the entryway blue lacquer.
via Desire to Inspire.
I can’t get this old Domino photo out of my head. I love the floral fabric (the white space between flowers seems to make it modern to me) would love to find a similar fabric (any one recognize it?).
The obsession with kitchen nooks continues. Via my mother-in-law’s design library.
Striped chairs make me happy. (via Remodelista)
I know I’d like a pedestal with a funky bust.