The Kitchen Should Make You Smile — Workbook
The Kitchen Should Make You Smile You might think me asking Chuck Reece, editor-in-chief of The Bitter Southerner, to write an article on designing your dream kitchen was a little out of the box. But the kitchen is the heart and soul of the home, and I wanted a soulful story. Talking kitchen design with a master storyteller made me smile.
Kitchen Reveal - A Work In Progress
Hello everyone, I hope you've had a fab week! Well, here it is - my big kitchen reveal. Before I go any further, I will of course point out that that this is still very much a work in progress! As with any DIY project, it takes time to get the details in place, and if you look closely you can see tiles missing! Let's just take a look at what I was faced with as soon as I got the keys to the house on January 6th this year - See that floor? It was dreadful, greasy lino tiles stuck on more…
Alisha’s Kitchen Under the Sleeping Loft
This tiny cottage guest house in Fairfax, California is big on happy, bright, vintage style. The cottage itself is only 320 square feet, but it has high ceilings which make it feel a lot more open—and enable a sleeping loft! It’s beneath that sleeping loft that you’ll find the tiny kitchen, decked out with vintage dishes and energy-efficient appliances.