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Pinterest Project: Dream Kitchen

dream kitchen

Photo Credit: Segreto Finishes

We can all dream…right?  If I had a kitchen like this I would cook 24/7 or well, maybe I would just look at my pretty kitchen all day!  Today’s Pinterest Project, I thought I would share what my dream kitchen would look like.  This would be it, this is my style.  I love the butcher block technique as the counter top which I had a version of the same thing in my old house.  It was a MUCH cheaper version.  I love the rustic fixtures and the built in hutch.

My favorite thing in this kitchen is the water faucet above the stove to fill the pots…if only!

There is nothing about this that I don’t love…well maybe the chairs.  Those are an easy fix though!

What would be in your dream kitchen?

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7 Responses to “Pinterest Project: Dream Kitchen”

  1. JulieDposted January 5, 2012 at 12:18 pm

    That’s a beautiful kitchen! My dream would be to have a bigger kitchen but then it wouldn’t be the little kitchen anymore right? I need an extra freezer for the garage and I would love, love the dual drawer dishwasher and a double oven. Dreaming…


    • Kristyreplied January 5th, 2012 at 12:19 pm

      Haha…You could just say the ‘little bit bigger kitchen’ :)
      The dishwasher and double over are definitely a must!

  2. Melissa C.posted January 5, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    I would LOVE a double oven…. I think that my only regret when we redid our kitchen a few years back…


    • Melissa C.replied January 5th, 2012 at 1:31 pm

      oops wait I lied…I also regret the “pretty beveled edged” I thought I need on the granite counter tops…it makes wiping down the counters such a task with the little lips and curves, I always end up with crumbs on the floor LOL Oh well lesson learned!! LOL!

      • Kristyreplied January 5th, 2012 at 2:20 pm

        My coutertops are granite tiles instead of the slab. They were put in by the previous owners. I love the granite…hate all the grooves with the grout. Insanely hard to get them cleaned!

        • Melissa C.replied January 6th, 2012 at 1:02 pm

          Oh golly that would probably drive me crazy too…eeekkkk….

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