An Inspiring Painted Kitchen in Pastel Hues and Candy Colours
How fabulous are these cabinets?! I don’t have the confidence to pull something like this off in my own kitchen but I do love these candy kitchen colours.
This is my favourite colour palette, which I’m sure many of you already know! I love everything about this image, there is so much packed into one little area.
The mosaic tiles are in a bit of a random order but they look fabulous, especially with that tiny little wall mounted plate.
*faints* painted chairs, the longest dining room table I’ve ever seen, neon pink candles on a chandelier, gorgeous open shelving in the kitchen and fabulous, pastel kitchen accessories! That’s it! I’m moving in!!!
This is such an impressive open living space. I’m not too sure how keen I am on the olive colour throughout this living room. In fact, I know I’m not a fan. But I do appreciate that too much of that colour palette in the house could be a little bit too sickly sweet.
I do love the shade of pink on the walls and on the ‘office’ chair. I really must go to a local DIY store and get lots of paint cards. I couldn’t really be bothered dealing with waiting for paint to be mixed, as I’m almost certain that I only want little tester pots. I would also want some eco paint or chalk paint that is suitable for multiple surfaces and is low on VOC’s (volatile organic compounds).
I have a really sensitive sense of smell, the last time we had some woodwork painted in my home I had the worst headache for about a week. It was strong it made me very sick too so I made a vow to avoid it at all costs!
Look at that little face! He’s beautiful! Anyway, I included this photograph, so you could see this fabulous exterior. You don’t see wooden houses here in the UK, they’re mostly red brick.
I would love to go and see all the creative houses in Finland! This kitchen is via the Finnish magazine site, kotijakeittio; you should probably make some tea as you could be browsing that site for hours