|Here are some kitchen pictures I've collected. I tried to include some pics that show quite a bit of imagination, not just those that show quite a bit of money. If any of these are your pictures, please step up and take credit.
65. You could do this and other designs with Gallery Glass
87. John Oetgen, designer
That's it for now. Enjoy!
|Fantastic service, Oceanna. Thank you so much. I have really enjoyed this and I think others have as well and perhaps we forget to tell you that we do, but we do!|
|Thanks again, Oceanna! |
I love the wall color on #180. What do y'all think that is? Blonde, maybe?
|Thanks, Oceanna - What a diverse collection! |
I recognized Pirula's, and #180 is one of those kitchen areas I've looked at again and again. Is it Cameron's or someone with "50's" worked into her name?
Great post for inspiration!
|#85 is mine! Wow, I'm in GREAT company! |
|Wow, what a treat. I love kitchens. I love almost every one. Lots of inspiration here. Thanks for posting these. |
|You're all welcome and thanks for letting me know you're enjoying these! |
Laurie, sorry I'm not good with paint color names, but I agree that picture is just gorgeous. I really love that one. Maybe someone else here knows. Or maybe it's in the thread on yellows?
Jo -- congratulations! That's a beautiful kitchen. You must love it.
Amck -- sorry I don't know who owns what as I didn't think to save that to the names of the pictures until I'd saved many. I'm hoping that folks here will step up and claim their own, or someone will know. Those who have done this beautiful work deserve the credit for their creations.
Feel free to add your own pics, folks. If you're proud of your kitchen, show it off. Or if you have a stash of inspiration pics, please share.
|Oceanna the photos you post are a lot of fun, little treasures to savor in. And 'you' are our (garden webers)little treasure for doing this for everyone. Thank you kindly.|
|Thanks, Wisrose! This baby needs a boost -- it was just about to drift around the corner. I wasn't sure if anyone was looking at it because there is a kitchen board.|
|These are my kitchen faves....hope it works|
Here is a link that might be useful: Kitchens
|This is better.....I love looking at great rooms!!!|
Here is a link that might be useful: My kitchen faves
|Great collection, Trudibus. Thanks for sharing!|
|Does anyone know anything about #155? Source or other info? Thanks!|
|Awesome thread...so many great ideas. Thank you very much for posting!|
|Drool! What an awesome post! Thanks, oceanna!|
|Kitchendetective, sorry I don't. |
Quietlife3 & Citymomof3, you're welcome! Thanks for letting me know you're enjoying it. :)
Here's a few more...
|Does anyone know who's kitchen is #45?|
|Sorry Jesemy, I don't. |
Here are some more:
201. Artis1111 from Rate My Space
202. Artis1111 from Rate My Space
203. Artis1111 from Rate My Space
204. KellyNCarolina from Rate My Space
205. KellyNCarolina from Rate My Space
206. KellyNCarolina from Rate My Space
208. KristenB from Rate My Space
209. KristenB from Rate My Space
210. Mackenziesmom from Rate My Space
211. Mackenziesmom from Rate My Space
212. Mackenziesmom from Rate My Space
|Ok, I'll join in (though our kitchen is a little more modest than some of these!). It's an entire DIY, except the countertop installation. |
Before (previous owner... yes, we bought the house anyway):
After - center view
After - left side
After - right side
After - new doors
|Here's the one I fell in love with for my own kitchen a few months ago (although I won't get to actually DO it for a few years). Hate the color though - just can't take that much red - and would probably do that so-Victorian murky green instead. Let's not even talk about the knotty pine beadboard on the walls, okay? :-) |
Stole this picture from the Finished Kitchens Blog - it reminded me of the so-practical pegboard in Julia Child's kitchen:
|Brutuses, thanks for the bump, friend! |
Embees, thanks for posting your pictures. Your new kitch is yummy. I'll bet you're really enjoying it. Nice job! I also need to admit though that I'm the kind of girl who can see the charm in that b&w checked wallpaper. :)
Johnmarie, my daughter is in love with Julia Child's kitchen. It's so humble, but SO utilitarian. I prefer things to be put away out of sight, and I'm not a famous cook, though I may have been infamous on occasion. :/
I love the beadboard. I have the weirdest kitchen cabs. Doing just what you pictured could be the perfect solution for mine, Johnmarie. Thanks for posting the pics!
|Thanks again Oceanna, for all your posts, here's another for you. |
|Thanks Oceanna...more wonderful stuff!!!|
Here is a link that might be useful: Here's Bodica's
|Thanks, Bodica. :) |
Thanks, Jaybird. :)
Here's some more fun...
218. Ellen Ward Scarborough
|Is anyone looking at this thread any more? I found it pushed to page two like yesterday's trash. |
Here are some pantries...
|4th from the last above is Mick De Giulio. |
The one with the marble-topped, two-level, oak baking bench next to a partially visible robin's egg blue armoire is Smallbone from a House Beautiful spread.
|Bringing this up to the top because it is SO what I needed to see tonight. Thanks for posting, everyone! I'm overwhelmed with where to start on my kitchen - the pictures help so much.|
|Great thread, Oceanna! All these kitchens are great inspiration - something for everyone.|
|Oh my! I can't believe I haven't updated this since April. Kitchendetective, you must have reached back a few pages to find it? Thanks for adding the information. |
Lastmango ahd Holleygarden, you're very welcome! I'm glad you enjoy this thread. :o)
Time for an update...
|Just letting you know Oceanna, that I am another happy follower of this thread. Thanks for all your work. Jacque|
|I absolutely love all the white/cream kitchens! I saw one with the seeded glass doors in the cathedral shape frames. That is what I am thinking of doing on some of my doors. We are having old cabinets painted either white or creamy white. I wish I know how to find this pic fast to show husband later. Thanks for all your wonderful ideas! Debbie|
|I love this thread! I've scanned thru it many times and still haven't gotten back to check out all of the links added! I've saved out some that have something that i like and could possibly use in my kitchen... or an idea I had that so far I hadn't seen in a pic of a kitchen! |
|Fourth from bottom is in Houston, TX. Paint is BM November Rain (on walls). Cabinet paint is same, however, layers of glaze are applied on top of it. I believe this photo came from House Beautiful. Cabinetry probably from Bellacasa Design.|
|Glad you're enjoying it, thanks for letting me know, and thanks to those who added pics and information. :)|
|I just enjoyed my first time through this thread. I mostly hang out on the kitchen forum and am getting into the fun part of my remodel now (planning for paint and fabric choices) so I thought I'd see what good ideas I might from this forum. |
Thanks to all those that contributed to this thread. even though a good number of pictures are now missing, it was still fun to look through, thanks!
|You're welcome, Craftlady! Thanks for letting me know you enjoyed this thread. I've spent many nights working on it. While you're here, you might want to do a search on other rooms of the house, and one on cottage decor -- hundreds of gorgeous pictures in those folders and they need to be bumped back up to the front page. Be sure to see the dining thread, too, as many of the tables pictured there are in kitchens. |
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