If you’re into those home flipping shows, or even home redecorating in general, Kitchen of the Week might seem like a really fun thing for you to check out. Margot Guralnick posts issues of uniquely designed kitchens on a weekly basis for you to visually enjoy and even learn about the process behind the design. She provides an in-depth analysis of the kitchen and closes in on details such as cabinet handles, lighting fixtures and hiding the sore thumb refrigerator and ovens.
- The author states that her kitchen is a vintage icebox white kitchen but she has often wondered about adding more colors to it.
- When she takes a look at classic British design she defines it as plain English and Devol and would want paint palettes for dinner.
- When Sara Aargaard wanted to redesign and make over her own room which she shared with her design mother in Copenhagen, she took inspiration from the Brits.
“They specified it be painted in Farrow & Ball shades—dusky green and wild-card orange—to create an airy, ethereal space that feels both old-world proper and fresh. And yes, unmistakably English cast in a magical Scandinavian light.”