The extra room slash guest house slash gym is finished. I wish I could say it was ours, but it belongs to our good friends who live in the San Diego area. It’s a multi-functional room that serves as a Continue reading Whether It’s a Gym or a Guest House – It’s Amazing.
Last week I shared the outside of our friend’s home located in sunny San Diego, here. They purchased this hilltop home a couple of years ago, and completely renovated it – from top to bottom. I don’t have the before shots, Continue reading Home Tour Part 2
While my husband watches his beloved Dodgers, I’ve been doing a Downton Abbey marathon the last few days. Catching up as it were. I missed the whole 5th Season, and went back to Season 4 to refresh my memory. As Continue reading Bidwell Mansion
Stools that belly up to the kitchen counter or raised bar are not unique, but what about using a bench that serves the same purpose? I’ve been noticing more and more of them around the web, so I thought I’d Continue reading Benches at the Bar
I posted about copper awhile ago, and I know it’s becoming quite a trend. It’s not for everyone, but I’m quite taken with this copper counter. What I like about it is the aged patina and uneven surface. It looks Continue reading Copper In The Kitchen
We are not in the remodeling mode at the moment -or if my husband has a say in the matter – ever again. But when I came across this apron sink, I sat up and took notice. It is just Continue reading Everything Plus…The Kitchen Sink
Recently I visited the home of a Soroptimist friend that lives in my former neighborhood. She also happens to have the same floor plan as our old house- with a few minor changes that is. This is her kitchen Continue reading A Pleasant Deja Vu
Pendant lighting is a great addition to your kitchen. It’s been around for awhile now and no wonder – it adds targeted lighting as well as style and personality to your space. But lately I’ve been spotting lots of unique Continue reading Whip Up Some Great Lighting
Solid surface countertops have been the rage for quite awhile, replacing square tiles and grout that required hours of elbow grease. Stone, namely granite, has been the most popular. Our kitchen counter is made of very dark polished granite. Continue reading What Is Your Ideal Countertop?
For kitchens yellow has always been thought of as the quintessential cheery & bright go to color…and this kitchen hits the mark. The eye popping citron table serves as the focal point and the vehicle that leads your eye Continue reading Here Comes the Sun – A Cheery 1940s Kitchen Revamped