10.15.2013

easy and bright

I stumbled upon this simple and chic kitchen by TerraCotta on Pinterest.  Unlike a lot of the dreamy kitchens I pin, this one actually seems easily attainable.  It's small and inviting, yet bright and open at the same time.  I love the mix of warm grey and white.  The neutral palette is perfectly complimented by the rich colors in the persian rug.


While on TerraCotta's website, I fell in love with so many of their kitchen designs.  Such smart storage solutions.  These are definitely pin-worthy!




13 comments:

  1. That is one of my FAVORITE kitchens! We are currently renting a house while trying to find another one to buy. Looking at kitchens to renovate is much harder than I once thought (too many options)! My parents laugh and say "pretend you do not have Pinterest and go with timeless designs!" Easier said than done...

    ReplyDelete
  2. Love that soft grey cabinet color.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love love LOVE these kitchens!!! That first one looks so happy, crisp, and inviting.

    ReplyDelete
  4. This is gorgeous. I think the kitchen is the most important part of a home!

    Kristin
    Crumbs and Curls

    ReplyDelete
  5. These are gorgeous and you are right, they feel much more attainable than those gorgeous grandiose kitchens all over Pinterest!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Love that first kitchen. You're right it actually does seem attainable. Repinning right now.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Love the look of this kitchen! So simple and timeless!

    ReplyDelete
  8. Obsessed with that first kitchen! So perfect and white :)

    Shannon
    www.clothesanquotes.com

    ReplyDelete
  9. I LOVE this post!! We are designing our new kitchen and are looking for something just like this! Thanks for the heads up! :)

    ReplyDelete
  10. Wish I knew the paint color on the cabinetry.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Ditto on all the above comments. Anyone have any guesses on a similar paint color? This is perfect color alternative to darker grey or white for small kitchens!

    ReplyDelete

 
Code line 7 9 is for loading jQuery library. Remove this line if you’ve already loaded it somewhere else in your blog. Hint: If your blog has an image slider, carousel or something with fading effect running, chances are it is powered by jQuery. If this widget doesn’t work, the first thing you want to do is comment out or remove this line. To use your own button, replace the URL in line 3 with the direct link URL to the image. Make sure to keep the quotes. To reposition the button, replace