Thursday, 21 February 2013

Kitchen Details...On the Hob..

Pretty Colorful flags: Kitchen hob from Gingerbread house via Introducing new worlds
Coffee and Tea: Image by Alicia on Flickr
Some beautiful Finish pans Via Vihrea Talo
Idba by More&co
Kettle/ teapot by Natalie Knows on flickr
Ford Wheeler's home in NY Times Style Magazine
It doesn't have to be Grand or Stylish. You dont have to have matching designer pans or an expensive wizzy-machine. What makes a great kitchen is born from passion, where food is made from the heart, even if it is just a crisp sandwich and a glass of Ribena...

8 comments:

Rebecca said...

With these fascinating kitchens, you've jettisoned into one of my favorite style blogs. I love the eclectic look and could spend hours looking at posts like this!

northsouthmenology said...

True words Gabi and beautiful images. I will always enjoy the amazing things you find! :)

gypsie sister said...

I completely agree! There is so much more interest and these are just lovely.

Zoe xx

feiticeira said...

Wow! That white and red teapot!

Kath said...

Crisp sandwich- oh YES!

Carissa Clark said...

Oh my goodness, these are adorable!!

Judy C said...

I have a kitchen with the new appliances but I'd love to have an old fashioned stove. I love them.

Jilly said...

I completely agree with your last statement. it is what is cooked in the kitchen that is important. If it is cooked with love to serve to those you love then nothing else matters. Those are some lovely bright kitchens in your photos.