Friday, 2 January 2009

Part III kitchen saga ... almost done!

The colour in the photos has been strongly influenced by the snow, creating a light similar to florescents. When we finish the trims and backsplash tiling, I will take new pictures.
The paint is actually a spring leaf green. The dining room is a shade darker.

When you enter from the family room, this is what you see -the cabinet colour is true in this photo. I was able to get the plate rack for my blue pottery.We moved the stovetop from the peninsula and put gas in. I love it! The heat is instant and even. From the dining room, you see ...
As you walk into the dining room and look around, you see that plants grow well here. The dining room is large and bright. The wood trim on the windows is yet to be painted white. The painting of a Japanese Lantern is my watercolour.

I've waited 20 years for this renovation! I'm very happy with the results. The only problem is that the rest of the house now needs upgrading !!!

4 comments:

~ Phyllis ~ said...

Vivian,
It looks beautiful. Glad things are starting to come together for you. Soon you'll be stitching in no time.

margaret said...

Enjoy your new studio - it looks like a wonderful place to work.

Tropical Screamer said...

What a beautiful kitchen. I can only imagine cooking in a kitchen like that.

And I love your work.

Best regards,
Darilyn

Kay Moore said...

It's a beautiful kitchen! You have been through so much this past year. I truly admire your wonderful attitude and outlook on life. Bless you! Kay