Thursday, January 28, 2010

Bon Appetit!













Don't you just love these gorgeous kitchens - full of beautiful and interesting things, they look like the perfect place to cook up a storm!

Image 1 - Velvet Pears (Susan Southam) Images 2 & 3 - Style and Substance (Margaret Russell) Image 4 - here Image 5 - here Image 6 - Celebrity Homes (Women's Weekly)

29 comments:

  1. Each one is so comfy, like a place you can relax in...and cook up a storm in! Love the baker's rack in the last photo along with the black and white tiles!

    You always have the most beautiful images to show us, thank you.

    Bon soirée!

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  2. Gorgeous! Love the french feel of those first few kitchens!

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  3. This is a sweet treat to stop by your place and see these kitchens!!!
    Always neat to see others ideas concerning decorating.
    d

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  4. I can't say the one I love most...

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  5. Yes!!! perfect for a family who enjoys to cook and the company of each other.... Love your blog.. :-)

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  6. I love kitchen inspiration photos. It gives me wonderful ideas to set aside for my future renovation! Thanks for sharing such lovely pictures!

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  7. They are bursting full of life!
    They remind me of kitchen in beautiful American homes ... always so inviting.
    Hope you have a wonderful day dear Leigh!
    Thanks for the gorgeous images ... I always know who to come to for lovely interiors and artwork!
    xx

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  8. They're all gorgeous. My fav is #4 - the vintage blue and white (but I'd be happy in any of them, for sure).

    Joanie

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  9. I could be happy cooking in any of those kitchens, but I'm drawn to #5 with it's rustic table and open shelving...so pretty!

    Kat :)

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  10. They all are so interesting, but I think I'll go with #5.
    xxx

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  11. Gorgeous Leigh, the second is my idea of heaven!

    That last image is maggie Tabberrer's place isn't it?

    jules

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  12. I love all of these kitchens. Why ? Because they look like REAL kitchens, where some serious cooking goes on. ....but, still remaining beautiful. XXXX

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  13. Living in Hong Kong where kitchens are teeny tiny - these look like a dream! Particularly love the first one, although I am sure if it was mine in real life I wouldn't be able to keep it looking this pretty!

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  14. I love stone and kitchen #3! And of course all the others too. Beautiful and inspiring! Congrats on your award from Leeann at FF! -Lili

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  15. The artwork in the second image is insanely beautiful.

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  16. Tasty indeed!
    I've drug that first photo to my desktop. I have a new inspirational folder filled with aqua, greens and honey-amber colored rooms.
    It's labeled "my colors" ..gonna make it happen *wink*
    Have a great evening,
    Lynea

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  17. A feast for the eyes...thank you Julienne

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  18. Leigh,

    You amaze me. These images are absolutely phenomenal. I love #2. So beautiful. Hope you are well.

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  19. I love them all! You always have the greatest post!

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  20. I'd be happy with any of these, but I could move right in and start cooking in number 5! Gorgeous and functional. xo

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  21. Lovely kitchens... I love the fourth one with it's beautiful country table, big enough to fit the whole family!
    :)

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  22. These are all beautiful! They make me want to cook, which is a perfect quality of a wonderful kitchen!

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  23. i love all the eye candy you give us..iam swooning..lulu

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  24. love these!

    You have a beautiful blog!

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  25. I can see myself baking something delicious in any one of these kitchens ;)

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  26. No. 4 with the vintage stove and blue and white would be my first choice. No. 3 would be my second. But I'd be happy in any, although the stove in No. 5 looks awfully small.

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  27. These are the loveliest kitchens filled with so much charm. Your blog does have the most beautiful images!

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  28. I love when the line blurs between a kitchen & a living/entertaining space. I adore the first kitchen photo, but I could live in all of them. So lovely Leigh, thank you! Hope you are doing well?

    x

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