Thursday, August 5, 2010

Two Kitchens



Two kitchens—both beautiful and both completely different.

I came across these two fabulous kitchens while flipping though the latest Elle Decoration, France edition. I instantly fell for the enclosed, cozy feel of the first, with its fantastic built–ins, antique table, espresso machines lined up in a row, and apron sink. The second, a galley style kitchen, with amazing lighting, beams, brick flooring and open shelves. I cannot choose a favorite! What do you think of these spaces?

Also, today, I am thrilled to be a guest on my dear friend Crystal's fantastic blog, Plush Palate—sharing a bit about what Summer means to me... wishing you a wonderful day!

( images 01 + 02 by Pierre Laurent Hahn // image 03 by Gilles Trillard )

22 comments:

  1. in this 1st pic - i looked high and low for that faucet - cuz i needed a "lower" one b/c i have a cabinet over my sink - no luck :o(

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  2. Wow! That floor is to die for... and I love the cabinetry in the first!

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  3. So beautiful. I love the first kitchen. I would feel right at home there.
    Sarah, thank you so much for stopping by yesterday. I appreciated your thoughts.
    Teresa (Splendid Sass)

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  4. I like the light airy feel of the kitchens..

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  5. siiiiigh. woman! these kitchens are gorgeous! i am just addicted to your blog today! xo

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  6. The one with all the windows hands down. Now I'm off to see Crystal's place. Happy Day, darling.

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  7. My husband would die for both of these kitchens. We always say our next house is going to be all kitchen since he loves to cook, I love to eat, and our friends love the chill kitchenside.

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  8. Hi Sarah,
    I like both of them but I prefer the first one, I am charmed with the enormous window illuminating the space,
    I hope that your week is very good,
    Hugs
    Cecilia

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  9. Oh you had me at the first one, light, white, with that worn wooden table + all those great white bowls & espresso machines...I'll move right in, thank you!

    Hoping you're having a wonderful day & I'll pop over to see you on Crystal's blog.
    xo Mary Jo

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  10. I adore the modern look... something about it is so simple and yet sooo classic :)

    Wishing you a lovely day!

    -Marta

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  11. Ashlina -- you are hilarious! Thank you :)

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  12. Those brick floors are to die for. I have always loved that look.

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  13. Loving the transparent cabinetry in the first. How chic are you reading ED France? Love it!

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  14. The faucet in the 1st picture stood out to me the most also. I like it alot.

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  15. Love the second kitchen!! love it! Hope you are having a great week!

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  16. both great kitchens, i would love to have the 1st one :)

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  17. i love them both! the second one slightly more so coz it looks so cozy and warm...just how kitchens are meant too!

    lovely finds!

    Persis.

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  18. I appreciate both styles, really gorgeous.

    Loved your post at Crystal's.
    xoxo

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  19. Hi Sarah

    Love these very much. I bet, whatever people cook in these kitchen tastes delicious. :) Love those wall lights on the second photo, so interesting.

    Wishing you a great day!

    xxx

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  20. I love love LOVE the brick floor with the white cabinets. I think I'd be a great cook if I had that kitchen!

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