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A bright sun shinny day

March 9, 2009
The weather here is BEAUTIFUL today so in honor of that I wish I was sitting under this:
Mirasol Flaminco Umbrella
Mirasol Flaminco Umbrella

(Found on  www.logangardens.com)

on top of this:

Andalusia Double Chaise
Andalusia Double Chaise

(found on www.authenteak.com)

when the sun sets I will sit inside of this:

A perfectly white screened porch
A perfectly white screened porch

On the screened porch, a Turkish kilim, made with recycled flour bags and flat-woven carpets, softens the limestone floor. Rug, Rugs by Robinson. Chandelier, Fontana Arte, (404) 835-6150. Pillows and birch logs, Max & Co., Atlanta, (404) 816-3831. Bowl, Christmas trees and ornaments by Roost. Round resin coffee table by Oly Studio.

when I get hungry I will go inside to this and open a bottle of wine and start dinner:

Perfect French Kitchen
Perfect French Kitchen

In the kitchen, dual islands reference a traditional French kitchen—one for prep and the other for pastry-making. The Calcutta gold marble tiles of the backsplash are carried around the windows and doors to unify the space while industrial pendant lights add a sense of casualness. Cabinetry, Morgan Creek Cabinet Company, (770) 975-9244. Pendants, South of Market. Tile and plumbing, Waterworks, (404) 266-1080. Built-in coffee maker, Miele. Range, Wolf. Refrigerator/freezer, Sub-Zero. Dishwasher, Bosch. Cupcakes, Star Provisions, (404) 365-0410.

Now wouldn’t that just be perfect?

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One Comment leave one →
  1. September 6, 2009 11:06 am

    Wow. I’ve never seen a French kitchen that looks like that! They are rather plain, without all that fancy stuff – more about function than style!

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