As much time as I spend helping clients update kitchens, I suppose I’m a bit of a hypocrite. Because there’s nothing “updated” about my own kitchen. My home was built in 1939, and the kitchen appears to have been updated in the late 1950s or early 1960s. when life gives you lemons . . .
I found a pair of mid-century lamps last week at a Barn Sale here in Nashville that I couldn’t pass up. I bought them without knowing whether or not they worked, so I set them up in the kitchen to test them with light bulbs. quick photo with my cell phone
I recently read House Beautiful‘s Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes, and for the most part I agree with their list! Joan Schlinder One that made the list was not taking your cabinets to the ceiling. Leaving a space above the cabinetry typically results in a breeding ground for faux ivy covered in dust. Am I wrong? […]
If you are paying attention at all, you probably know that painted kitchen cabinetry is where it’s at – particularly white kitchen cabinetry. Wood finished cabinets date themselves quickly based on the undertone of the wood. Because I frequently stage homes for sale in the Nashville area, I can tell you that dark cherry cabinets are […]