Oh, boy do I ever have some big exciting news to announce (which, erm, if you follow me on Twitter
you might already know about). But not yet. First, kitchens. If you've been reading this blog for any amount of time, you know that I love a good kitchen picture. Lusting over cabinets, back splash patterns and counter tops is one of my favorite daydream activities. Don't get me wrong; I love my new kitchen. I love the openness and the counter space and the garbage disposal. I love the fridge and the dishwasher and the fact that I can see out into the living room from the sink, even though its "bar" is littered with random odds and ends we've unpacked but not yet put away.
But of course, beautiful kitchens still catch my eye, and there are quite a few that I've been saving to share when I have that elusive "more time" we're always talking about. I'm finding myself with a few spare minutes, so without further ado...the kitchens of my recent daydreams:
Just lovely. And oh yeah, don't forget to enter the $30 CSN Stores Giveaway
! Contest ends Sunday at 11:59pm (PST).
The 2nd to last kitchen is my fav (probably b/c it looks similar to what we just did to our kitchen!).ReplyDelete
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I am lusting over these kitchens!! I'm also quite certain I need white cabinets now. Hmm...ReplyDelete
I think the big pot will be big enough for one of them. They grow pretty hefty root nests. I kept mine together in one pot for too long and they were big but weak. By the time I separated them they were sick and only one survived. The survivor is not a happy camper--the leaves get big and then gradually die, and it does put out courgettes but they're little stumpy things. I planted two others in the ground once they put out some big leaves and they seem happier, but it's pretty late in the season for them. But I bet in Berkeley they'll be crazy happy. Just keep greenfly off of them--they carry cucumber mosaic virus! (i learned that the hard way. organic gardening my ass.)ReplyDelete