Sunday, September 4, 2011

THE KITCHEN

video

12 comments:

the gardener's cottage said...

ok it's official. i'm in love. i hope you have a spare room. i can cook.

betsy said...

Kevin- You are fearless when it comes to color and pattern. So unique- And I love the borrowed scenery of the house seen through the window. What a fascinating neighborhood you live in!

An Urban Cottage said...

Great vintage kitchen. Love the color.

Does the cat always hang out on the ironing board?

Patty said...

Thanks for the tour of your kitchen....love your color and whimsy! And your kitty too...

Midcenturymadam said...

I'm spellbound with every episode...can't wait for the next installment. Wow, what a fantastic home. You are the designer extraordinaire. How much did you pay the beautiful black cat for his/her part? Plenty of Kibbles I hope. Love the soundtrack too.

suzieQ said...

The detail is difficult to see when looking at the post full screen, so imagine my surprise (shades of Dusty...oh how I wish!) when I realized that there is a black kittah on top of the red and white fabric on the ironing board. Kittahs are such helpers and black ones are THE best. I wonder if cats get little instruction booklets suggesting the most helpful places to lay in each home?

diane said...

Kevin - Has the same feel of Prospect
you could make a cardboard box adorable. keep up the great work
your Prospect Avenue neighbor in SB

ATrainToNowhere said...

I love the checkerboard tiles, very cool. Also, those hollowed out watermelons are great with the chopped up bits put back in with a bit of vodka. It makes a nice summer treat.

la gitana said...

We are truly kindred spirits...this video was the ultimate proof.

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

I was wondering if the black cat near the floorboard is the full metal Chat Noir with marbles for eyes that is hung from a tree to scare birds away...or if it is painted on the wall. I have the 'head only' Chat Noir. It wouldn't surprise me if you had one too. Loving your videos, Kevin!
Catherine

Suzanne said...

Your kitchen makes me want to be your "back door neighbor" as we call them around here. So inviting, so charming. I love it. Sorry to be a stranger lately.

I almost have enough bottle caps saved up to make my "bottle cap snake" of my own. Can't wait to make it. I am almost there.

XO
Suzanne from Old Lyme, CT.

Leslie said...

I love your kitchen!!!! It feels like a place I would want to hang out and have coffee or iced tea and talk for hours.

By the way, the white and blue sign on your neighbors wall that says Oleander Ave. is from my neighborhood here Bakersfield. In fact I live 4 blocks from that street. Oleander has the coolest and most beautiful old houses on it.

Take Care
Leslie