A quick tour of the new kitchen
Scrambled eggs, omlettes, pancakes, oatmeal, with a piping hot cup of coffee, now being served at 120 Queen St. Yup, the kitchen is done! This is the 3rd kitchen that we have tackled, and I think this will be the last. But I never say, "Never." This kitchen was a little over 100 square ft. so we had to maximize this space the best that we could. I will admit when the cabinets arrived in large boxes and sat waiting in the living room for 2 months, I lost some sleep. Not believing my measurements and carefully planned layout, I worried a bit. As we placed each cabinet in the kitchen it soon revealed that my instinct was pretty good. I wanted a place where we could gather, simple meals could be made and we could focus on the conversations and time spent together. I emphasized SIMPLE as my mantra for this room...I think we achieved that. I love the simple lines, uncomplicated layout, limited color palette, and basic materials used. Nothing fancy just utilizing the basics! It is simply a great kitchen re-do, if I do say so myself!
(just a couple more accents for the walls and it is a wrap!)
a look back at the old kitchen
Ed Fenstemacher- construction basics and beyond
John Duffy-help with the kitchen island countertop
Krauss-sink and faucet
GE-apartment frig and Slide in stove
Ikea-Hammarp Walnut Countertops
Walls Need Love–Wall paper
OXO-best toaster ever!!
WELCOME TO QUEEN ST.
I started in interior design right after I graduated college. I was drafts person for a well know designer on the Main Line (suburb of Philadelphia) ...got married, had a couple kids, always kept myself involved within the design community. Flash forward - I am back to designing interiors. It's Good to be home again!