Published at Monday, October 08th 2018. by Kirsten Cooke in Area Rugs.
New coastal living and we moved into this house in February. This house had been vacant for two years when we found it on the market and we came in and brought it back to life. So we love to cook. The kitchen is really important. I should say my husband and I love to cook together during the week when you have to cook it's not so much fun, but when you're in inviting guests and you're in your home - and you want a space that you can really enjoy, and it has flow To it so there was an island and in the island was an old gas electric brother cook top, and we like gas.
So we took that out and we just laid out this big island so that we'd have places to set our food and our guests could congregate and walk around and surf themselves. We live untouchable, so what better way to show that than having gold? No, I did pin a lot of gold because I really do think that the gold kind of brass fixtures that are in style now are really beautiful and exciting. David will paint them.
But this is a higher-end Virginia Andrews, my picture. It's a higher-end light fixture, but we really think it makes a great statement piece, so we really didn't splurge on that.On the other hand, we bought these from Animal on they were really inexpensive and when they came in, we really liked the look, but the inside was scratched coming from China, and so we went ahead and touched it up with some paint and put them up and Because they're so high, you really don't notice that they're a little bit lower end, but it works at all the ones together and I think it makes a really nice statement.
The gold is beautiful with this island color, which is a iron or iron or our iron or color, and the gold I think, works really really well together, especially with the quartet counter tops. With the gold vein, if you saw the video of our last house, you know this is our st. the same table. We've always had it's from a manual design, and it has a scripture.
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