02 November 2010

Seeing Spots

Inset cabinets and drawers, painted in a muted palette; the farmhouse sink fitted with ye olde bridge tap; crown molding and cafe curtains—they all add up to a rather straight-laced space. But then the pebble-tile floor enters the picture and shakes things up a bit [much to my personal relief]. The dense yet random pattern is a wholly unexpected design element in the kitchen, and as such really succeeds in imparting a cheeky character to the room. phoebehoward.net


  1. Hello Leslie,
    I came across your blog by googling kitchens! And I am glad I did! Reading your profile, I was so curious about your posts. I red that you have a lot of respect for quality and people who work in that spirit of quality.
    I am an interior designer, and together with my husband I am running a family business of cabinetmakers for the 4th generation.
    So a lot of your posts are so interesting to me! Congratulations with your blog! I already added you to my blogroll!

  2. Hello, Greet. I'm very happy you are enjoying KBCULTURE, and am looking forward to reading your comments on it. With your perspective, I'm sure they will add much insight and enthusiasm to the discussion!

    Thank you.


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