Very elegant kitchen, I think I would have loved simple flax linen cushions.. But the over all kitchen is lovely!Best,Karolyn
I love the floors! I kinda love the fireplace!I just hesitate.....Texas........I love love love! It is a whole different world!Penelope
Beautiful, I could live with that too :)
Love this kitchen too....and I agree about the gingham, it works but its a little more country than what I would use...I would probably use a gorgeous blue and white chinoiserie fabric.....stunning though!
I think the gingham is nice and helps to tone down the opulence which can sometimes make people afraid to even pull out that chair and sit on it. I want people to feel relaxed in my home and not as if they cannot touch or use the furniture.
Amazing and incredible this kitchen worktop: wood and powder light blue, wonderful! Baci e abbracci
I agree Marsha, Such opulence deserves a little more than gingham...a bit too homey for this kitchen....I am currently in the bar stool angst situation...what fabric to choose...this makes me feel a little better about my indecision...not simple! N.xo
Marsha-I am with you on the kitchen, and I would love to have a fireplace in my kitchen.Happy Sunday, sweet lady.Teresaxoxo
Hello Marsha, sorry to be absent for so long, and thanks for your lovely comment last week.This is such a lovely kitchen, how wonderful to be able to have a fire there!Being an avant-garde person I'd cover those cushions in a fabulous fabric from The Designers Guild by Trisha Guild.Punchy and vibrant!Love to you Marsha xHugs Jane
The gingham doesn't bother me, its the bows that are over done. Gingham is a big staple in provincial France and so for me it works. Would love a fireplace in my kitchen!
Marsha, I agree, the gingham doesn't work so well for that room.
I agree about the cushions...can't handle anything that resembles a bow!!
Marsha,I agree totally....love this kitchen!Tracy
Love this.....I would put a French Toile on the chairs. Thanks for sharing!
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