I spotted this kitchen the other day and just had to share — is it just me or does this kitchen inspire you to make little pretty French macarons?
Not only would this room fit in with Pink Rooms That I Don't Hate but there is also a Chinese lantern in it!
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Hmm...I have more of an urge to make cupcakes with Red Hots sprinkled on the icing. :)
It does make me smile.
I think I'd feel like Barbie in her dreamhouse in this kitchen. It's so girly and fun!
I love this kitchen, but what I really want to know is where this person found their floral thermos flasks. I've been searching high and low for them on the web and can't find them at all. This lucky person has five.
This is the second pink kitchen I've seen that I like. Meg Ryan's kitchen in Sleepless in Seattle is also pink, and SO CUTE. All 1950's appliances, pink with turquoise accents. It's adorable.
Very sweet. Definitely a cupcake kitchen.
Not my style - But very fun and bright......You just couldn't have a fight with someone in this kitchen!
RoseCampion, i'm pretty sure pearl river carries those floral thermoses.
Wow I can't believe I actually like this! I love the bar stools, the Chinese lantern and the dried chiles hanging on the wall.
Pretty! What shade of pink is it?
Yay! I love this. I REALLY want a pink kitchen. Anyway, if you're in San Francisco, you should have no problem finding those floral metal flasks in Chinatown.
Love love love love!!!!
What a luscious kitchen...as already mentioned, like a delicious cupcake. Not normally a fan of pink, I like this very much. I could hang out there.
I adore this kitchen, including the lantern. It's the touches of red & other colours that keep it from going over the top girlypoo.It feels very fresh and fun. Thanks, enjoyed that.
This kitchen brings a whole new meaning to "Pretty in Pink!" Ever since I had a pink bedroom when I was a kid, I hate the color pink, but this kitchen's so cute that I don't mind the pink. If it was me I'd probably do something similar with an aqua, seafoam or a sunny yellow, but that's more about me and my issues.Adorable kitchen! Time for tea and crumpets!
I absolutely adore this. I am just having a hard time picturing my husband in there too.
I think this is the Nottinghill kitchen of Suzanne and Chris Sharp of The Rug Company...
Hi- Pearl River is one of the first places I looked on-line for one. And sadly, I'm not in SF, but Chicago. I'm going to try to get to our much smaller Chinatown on the weekend and look there.
This is such a cheerful kitchen. It makes me want a cupcake!
This is so fun and happy and wonderful and original...... but I wouldn't want to dust it. I wish my brain didn't work this way, but it does.
Cute kitchen, but I'm intrigued by anyone who needs five thermos flasks.
Harbourbridge: I get it--I have multiple travel mugs in various colours and styles. It's an accessory thing, like I don't wear the same clothing/jewelery every day. Buuuut that could just be me. :)
RoseCampion--you might also try Argyle St. Or the super market on Broadway just south of Argyle. Most of the stores are Vietnamese owned. I feel like I have definitely seen those thermoses in that area.I have a pink and green kitchen and I love it. This one is fabulous!
@harbourbridge:"but I'm intrigued by anyone who needs five thermos flasks."That's easy. Suzanne and Chris Sharp have 4 kids, so they actually need 6 flasks.And I believe they got them at Graham & Greene.
I have two similar flasks that I got at World Market. And I use them for picnics sometimes but mostly just decoration. Does everything in your kitchen have to be more than decorative?
I wouldn't have it myself but I still think it's really cool. Different, fun and pretty.
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