Wednesday, January 20, 2010

supper time

photo Margot Austin, Style at Home, Canadian Magazine
How much would I love to prepare "supper" in this pretty kitchen. I love the light, the white, the slim island. LEB posted this today. Hop on over and take a look, while I whip up some dinner.

22 comments:

Easy and Elegant Life said...

While I was first put off by the all-white kitchen (trying too hard, nightmare to keep clean, cookie-cutter), I have since changed my tune. Perhaps it's because I spend a lot more time in the kitchen these days. Bright, clean, well-lit, luxurious in its quiet elegance, I think I'd like an all (shades of) white kitchen.

What's on the menu?

pve design said...

Chris,
Menu-
Free Range Roasted chicken
French Beans
Mashed Potatos
Green Salad
Fresh Rolls
come on over, but my kitchen is not all white. and my new kitchen will probably be woodsy and earthy, as much as I love the all white, it may not love me back.
I love Nigella Lawsons kitchen.
pve

The Buzz -Diane James Home said...

Love the floors, too! Hope you're cooking for a crowd since we're all coming over!
- The Buzz -

Emily said...

I LOVE the floors here. I'll grab my apron and get going. The images are so great!

ashlina said...

oh yes. i so dream of open shelving in my kitchen where everything can be displayed...
ooh la la.
*dreaming of baking in this blissful kitchen*
:)

Debra said...

Love it! In fact I just toured the rest of the home-fabulous!
Nice menu tonight!

Menu~
Escarole soup
Salad
Toasted pitas

Bon appetit

La Maison Fou said...

Supper time is what I call to my pup when it is time to eat!!
He comes a running!
Leslie

Jo said...

It's lovely ~ we just redid our kitchen in white and taupe.

Dinner sounds delicious ~ any room for a couple more?

Jo

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

I love all white, pretty much in any context - and most especially in my workspace. That said, my kitchen is Chinese lacquer red, painting by myself after many days of hard work and layering to get it just right. That was almost three years ago and I love it still. Of course, it's my husband that cooks, not me...so I hope he enjoys it as much as I do ;)

So sorry we didn't manage to get in touch while in NY...in the end, we managed to actually see only about half of the people we had intended to see. The best-laid plans, you know...We will try again next trip! Why is there just never, ever enough time?

Averill said...

Wow that's gorgeous. Love the light fixture and dark gray island in particular.

sheila said...

Gorgeous! Love your blog! Come visit me to at http://apunchofcolor.blogspot.com/
:) Happy Wednesday!

The Lucy and Dick Show said...

It would be a dream, wouldn't it?

Easy and Elegant Life said...

That menu is my idea of a perfect meal. I might roast the potatoes in a little goose fat, but other than that....

pve design said...

Chris,
I was going to roast the potatoes, but then I spotted that mixer -
pve

Joyce said...

You can call me J, you can call me Joy, but don't call me late for supper. What time is supper? I'll bring the wine. Enjoy my friend it sounds heavenly. xo

LuLu said...

Oh my I am so with you!!! Cooking dinner in this dreamy kitchen would make my food so much better :)
xo,
LuLu

gina said...

Beautiful kitchen! Followed the link to 'everything LEB' to see more of the kitchen -- swoon!!

LindsB said...

I would love to cook dinner in this kitchen every evening- it would maybe make it less of a chore to me :)

Your dinner sounds amazing, you have one lucky family!!

style chronicle said...

lovely, lovely, lovely.

Liz said...

the floors are gorgeous, too... so much character.

Frau said...

That kitchen is gorgeous!

margot said...

hey, that's my kitchen! YAY! Thanks for the nice comments. Photos are by the very talented Donna Griffith and the kitchen reno story originally appeared in STYLE AT HOME, the mag where I work. Visit styleathome.com