Villa Style

Looking for kitchen design inspiration today, I came across a photo of a glorious kitchen – my guess is Paris or similar environ. While not right for what I am currently working on, it was instant kitchen love. I normally don’t like Ghost Chairs. But here, my first thought was Perfect!!! Cabinets become modern sculpture in the space, acting as a foil for the exuberance of the crown molding. Most of the time blue walls leave me cold. If this room gets evening light, I’ll bet the paint absolutely glows and changes color, mimicking the changing evening/night sky. Spot on!!!

Beautiful European Kitchen, Source Unknown

 My regret is I was moving so fast I failed to note the image source or if there was a designer credit.

So if you see this and can help me credit the designer, let me know who it is.

Cheers,

John

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It’s been a hectic weekend at the WKD Ranch – especially the becoming a Grandpa part… Still needed to do one or two things for meetings tomorrow. This client wanted to explore how a pass thru window might work and look. Both schemes use sliders that stack a la Japanese screens. I felt they need to be high enough that you didn’t need to stoop to see thru from either side of the wall. Meant loosing the upper cabinets, but I love the clean horizontal line above the counter and the deep 2′-0″ wide pantry more than compensates for the lost cabinets.

kitchen pass thru ideas, Wilson Kelsey Design

The slightly off balance scheme is growing on me…

Have a great week!

John

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I fell in love with this image the moment I saw it. It’s intimacy. The sweep of the floating stair. How the bureau is tucked in under the stair. The gold framed sunburst mirrors and table lamp on the bureau scare the shadows away. The rose quartz beckons to me, while grandfather presides over the proceedings. The zebra stripe adds a touch of the exotic.

foyer accessories; source unknown

Mmmmm! Delish!

Cheers,

John Kelsey, Wilson Kelsey Design

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