We’ve Got The “Sunday” Blues

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If each day of the week had a “color”,  I’d have to say Sunday’s would have to be blue.  Not just any blue though.  Not the cobalt, royal, or midnight.  Sunday’s blues are the soft ones…the ones you can “feel”.

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Are All White Kitchens Looking Alike?

5 Ways We Still Love A White Kitchen!

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We agree a white kitchen can be beautiful!  However, as of late, we’ve got more clients asking us what we think of the trend of shaker cabinets, marble tops, farm sinks, and white subway tile.  Today, on another of our Friday Favorites, let’s look at a few new ways we can say, “Oh, How We Love A White Kitchen!”

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The Sunday Spy 3.6.22

We Spy With Our Designer Eye

 

Each  Sunday  we share a design that caught our eye and we took some time to savor.  A design that caught our eye and made us stop and enjoy, like this one shared by archdaily.  Personaly, I am begining to work on our own lower level renovation.  Just as Laurel often gets inspiration from glorious food photos, I use fashion as my muse.  Today let’s look at this amazing lower level design!

 

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Oh My Kitchen Is Too Small To…

The Beauty Of A Galley Kitchen

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Commercial ships, trains, and private aircraft often have small cooking areas designed to utilize space while allowing to cook for the masses. This is where the term “Galley” comes from. Strictly, the term refers to a kitchen with the units in two facing lines. The first galley kitchens, in the 1920s, were actually built outside of homes and “fitted” onsite. Chefs all around the world prefer a galley kitchen more than any other design. So let’s stop bellyaching about small kitchens get over the “oh my kitchen is too small to….

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