Monday, August 16, 2010

A Remodeled Cottage

Browsing the internet this weekend and came across this remodeled craftsman inspired cottage.  It was love at first sight.
Love the open feel of the kitchen and grass colored green backsplash.  And, how about that box beamed ceiling?  Yes, please!

The contrast between the ebony stained island and flooring with the white cabinetry is so attractive.  I love the hardware on the cabinetry and I'm digging the light pendant.  
Ahh...that window seat and look at the built in bookcases and all that storage space!  Heaven!
Love the clean lines of the staircase!  
I wonder if the color of the door is intended to be a foreshadow of the pop of green to come from the kitchen backsplash!  
To see more of this cottage, go here.  And, they even detail all the paint colors used in this home here.

12 comments:

  1. I love this home. It's absolutely perfect.

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  2. Great find! Love that tile back splash.

    -Rene

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  3. I'm usually not a big fan of Craftsman style, but this is so bright and fresh.

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  4. in love with this house! Everything is so crisp and clean looking, it would be my dream!

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  5. My OCD self loves all the storage and clean spaces!!!

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  6. Oh that kitchen is so fresh and happy! Lovely!

    Luvs!

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  7. What a great house! So crisp and clean. I agree with you that the door (even though it is craftsman) is telling people that it is modern up in here! Hope you're good! Julie

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  8. Oh, you are so right...that is a great house! I especially love the kitchen.

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  9. Hi Fran,

    Thanks so much for the re-post. Just got over here to check it out... love your site!

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  10. WOW I JUST LOVE that ceiling...just the entire kitchen! :)))))))))))

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  11. Love that backsplash. Can you tell me where those oval green tiles are available?

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  12. All of the sourcing for this space is available at my blog, Tar Paper Crane. Click the "Completed Projects" Tab. Thanks!

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