I hope everyone had a good Valentines Day!!
This "holiday" always reminds me of....
(Bet you didn't think I'd say that one!)
Maybe it's because I'm always reminded of all the things I'm NOT doing for the one I love. When I grab a Hallmark card and sign my name at the bottom I should be doing things like... making customized tea bags or fortune cookies.
I have to constantly remind myself that Martha has an endless staff of helpers. I repeat: She. Has. Help.
With that in mind, I'd like to introduce you to her SET kitchen... (originally spotted on remodelista -thanks to Angie for sending!)
TTN: *the vintage rolling pins
*the brackets (below the upper cabinets) are such a nice detail that help make the cabinetry feel more custom
* the paint color for this cabinetry... love it. So subtle and different. If all of your bathrooms have the standard 'trim color' cabinetry consider repainting one of your bathroom vanities a soothing color like this one. According to this blog post- the paint color is, in fact, one of Martha's colors. Mourning Dove Gray (MS 151)
*The simple, tiny knobs. I think this is a great addition!! Seriously, I'm thinking about switching out all my knobs to these:
Baldwin Round Cabinet Knob, can be found here for $6.
TTN: Notice how Martha groups similar items together when accessorizing her kitchen.
For a complete list of resources click here.
Martha's fabulous set kitchen is modeled after her real kitchen in Bedford, New York. I'm sure you've seen it many times before but for kicks, here is the original...
Crate and Barrel's classic pottery
Pottery Barn's pottery in Putty
Martha's dinnerware at Macys. Can't go wrong there!
LAST BUT LEAST $
Pier One Ivory Dinnerware
*** Sidenote: I have been a bad blogger. For all of you who are everyday readers, I am sorry I have been MIA. I've been busy with work, traveling a lot, fighting off the southern snow storms (okay- just one), and haven't had much computer time this past month. I plan to be more consistent with my posts. Promise!
Now, if only I could locate my endless staff of helpers...
all martha's images from martha stewart website