Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Inspired

 

source, The Wheatfield

It is funny how inspiration happens. You can have a vague idea, that moves around in your thoughts - not quite formed, just on the edge of your consciousness. I have been pondering ideas for an update to my kitchen. Nothing drastic; paint, new curtains and a few decorative items. We have almost new appliances, countertops and a wood floor that I still love and the cabinets were painted a creamy white a few years ago. The basics are there, it is just time for a change.

I saw this print with the wildflowers, and immediately knew this was the inspiration I had been looking for. Wildflowers, natural elements, pale yellow walls and white pottery. Simple and calming, yet bright and cheerful at the same time.

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The kitchen photo above has a very similar look to my existing cabinets and countertops. I love the buttery yellow paint color. The grass cloth could accent the wall above my built in kitchen desk.

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I am picturing a lot of white pottery and natural elements. A clock in my kitchen is essential and something oversized and a little aged would work well.

source, Calico Corner

These possible curtain fabrics, with the wildflower elements found in the inspiration print, would add softness and warmth to the room. I love making curtains and can't wait to get my hands on some pretty fabric.

The weather is still not quite painting weather here, so this will wait for a few months, but I can visualize the final result and it makes me happy. For now, I will order the print that inspired me :-)

Happy Wednesday!

 

12 comments:

  1. This is a dangerous post . . . I too may get inspired. I love the soft yellow, with the whites and the fabric prints. I also like the idea of a desk in the kitchen area . . . (see how dangerous this could be . . .)

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  2. Happy Wednesday to you too Vicki! I am also looking around to find small changes to "Spring Up" the place! Thanks for the inspiration! Have a blessed day, HUGS!

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  3. I love your ideas. I've been bitten by the same bug, only I've been adding some cheer to my laundry room. I'm almost done, then I'll post about it.

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  4. Good Afternoon Vicki, Snap! My kitchen is painted a buttery yellow and I have white kitchen units...but then our tastes differ as I have a lot of blue and white in my kitchen....items I've collected over the years. When the sun shines the buttery yellow on the walls looks gorgeous.
    Have a lovely day,
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  5. Love it you certainly have amazing taste....I wish my kitchen was white.....and that yellow! Have a wonderful day!

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  6. hi vicki... so glad that you checked out the wheatfield... it's hard to make a decision once you're there... so many great prints to choose from... her work is amazing! looks like you're on your way to a very cheerful kitchen...
    angie :)

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  7. Love that print! Such pretty inspiration. Sounds like you have a plan. Best wishes for the rest of the week, Tammy

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  8. Such an inspirational print! Can't wait to see the pics.

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  9. That is a lovely wildflower print. A great inspiration piece!

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  10. Lovely ideas Vicki. Planning is half the fun! Ann

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  11. It's going to be gorgeous, Vicki. I love the idea of the botanical prints and the buttery yellow. So bright and sunny (especially on a dull rainy day like we're having today).

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  12. There are many different curtain fabrics available with great designs from brands such as Sanderson and Harlequin. One of my very favourite fabric ranges is Harlequin Tembok

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