Friday, 17 December 2010

Inspiration for my Kitchen




Having browsed what seems like a million "Homes & Gardens", "25 Beautiful Homes" etc etc, and not finding anything that "grabbed" me, I finally found the look I am going to go for in my kitchen on a wonderful blog. When you peer through the windows, I want it to look like THIS. Be warned, this is a seriously beautiful blog. Many thanks Mia for giving me permission to show one of your many beautiful photographs, of your stunning home. Blogland is the best place ever for inspiration.

21 comments:

dubgirl said...

Too beautiful x

Orkneyflowers said...

Wow - lovely!

bad penny said...

ooh isn't that beautiful? I'm off to have a nose at the blog !

Green thumb said...

I'm really looking forward to seeing your new kitchen!
Have a great weekend!
xxxxx

Rosie said...

What a lovely blog I could have spent ages there. The photos are stunning. Glad you've found some inspiration for planning your new kitchen - it will look wonderful, I'm sure:)

jennyfreckles said...

That Swedish style appeals to me too. I look forward to seeing yours!

Jo said...

You can get loads of inspiration on every subject possible from blogs. That kitchen is lovely, it would be a start if I could keep mine tidy.

diane said...

It is a lovely picture. Simplicity and feeling.

Tabiboo said...

That is so gorgeous.

Thank you for the link and all your funny, beautiful and wonderful comments this year and of course for your fabulous blog too.

Nina xxx

periwinkle said...

that is just lovely , one of my faves is very similar -- http://theswenglishhome.blogspot.com

crafty cat corner said...

That looks just how I like it, clean and fresh. It's always a job to pick the right colour for a kitchen, it needs to be just right as we spend so much time in them.

Vintage Tea Time said...

That's a lovely picture and a beautiful blog. The Swedes know how to do style, don't they?! The Swenglish Home is another, even lovelier, blog, with gorgeous ideas..

Sandie's Patch said...

Oooh yes! This is simply beautiful!
I quite like the Scandinavian look but, like Chintz too!
Sandie xx

harmony and rosie said...

Ooh I'd love that kitchen too. Gorgeous.

cieldequimper said...

Keep it simple and bright, you can't go wrong!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

my kitchen is full of dog hair, dog smells and the occassional puddle from an incontinent bulldog!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I am more than happy for someone to peer through my window at my kitchen in France but heavan help anyone who should try it in the UK!! Diane

Kathy said...

That's a lovely kitchen .... we changed our kitchen last year and went for something similar. White shaker style units and oak worktops. I love it because it's so light and fresh. Obviously it's not as beautiful as that one because I'm not that tidy and we have a big dog!!!!
Love Kathy xxx

P.S. That craft show is on the 5th Feb!

Lydia @ Twelve said...

Oooo now that is a lovely lovely kitchen....

The paper chains were from the Christmas shop in the Millenium Galleries @ Sheffield, not Kath Kidston though....

Love Lydia x

elsy said...

and it will diane.......am so envious of your chatsworth trip, that is one of my most favourite houses and gardens anywhere.....

Lisa said...

It's very beautiful in it's simplicity. I love those tiles. If we ever changed our kitchen those are the ones I'd go for. Can't wait to see your kitchen evolve.
Lisa x