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farmhouse sink, white cabinets and clean subway tile + pretty aqua paint color (Benjamin Moore Kensington Green #710)
Super-cute cottage kitchen! Most of the kitchens I see in real life are usually around this size. (Though never this stylish!) I love the white cabinets and clean subway tile next to the pretty aqua paint color (Benjamin Moore Kensington Green #710) I love everything!
kitchen remodel ideas. farmhouse sink, white subway tile, corner storage.
love this kitchen, love the farmhouse sink, love the white cabinets, and love the wall color!
yay, how exciting!
White Cabinets, black or gray counters, and maybe a lighter green than we've got currently. Love the character of these shelves.
Found on House of Turquoise. Interior designer Gina Viscusi Elson worked with designer Melissa Nierman of the handcrafted cabinetry company Rutt of Los Altos to design this super-cute cottage kitchen.
Benjamin Moore "Kensington Green"
I like so many things about this kitchen. The dark wide plank floors, the white & glass cupboards to display pretty white dishes, the commercial grade appliances, ample amounts of counter space...
Knack Studio by decor8, via Flickr...pretty painted dresser
Grey-blue walls with sisal rug, driftwood coffee table and blue accents. Perfect for a glamorous yet comfortable seaside home.
A pink Moroccan tea glass as cosmetic brush / toothbrush holder.... a perfect size for the dressing table.
Love the colors. Maybe Benjamin Moore's Niagra Falls?? Idea for bedroom- this color walls, white bedding (maybe a grey flat sheet), red throw, plus beige textured throw pillows and yellow accents
blue and red kitchen... if i had simple cabinets this would be a great color and set up
this kitchen is super gorgeous. the details make me swoon. La Dolce Vita: Dream Home: The Peak of Tres Chic
I like pretty wood too much to paint cabinets in most cases, but if I move somewhere with outdated cabinets, or where they've already been painted, this color might have to happen! How fun!
Friday Link Love - Cottage and Vine. anyone know the source?