It’s the Friday before Thanksgiving and that makes me think of all the yumminess that will happen in the week ahead. And parades. But mostly yumminess.
And where’s all that yumminess coming from? If you’re lucky, it’s coming from one of these to-die-for kitchens.
Let’s do a little dreaming, shall we?
Perfection. That ceiling gives me goose bumps – arched brick and wood beams? Yes please. And a chandelier. C’mon, people. Who doesn’t secretly want a chandelier in their kitchen? (Or, more realistically, who never really thought about it but now wants one really badly?) And don’t even get me started on those floors. I could make some serious turkey in here.
A walk-in pantry – the perfect accessory to the perfect kitchen. No more rummaging through drawers or navigating a packed counter at Thanksgiving – it’d all be neatly tucked away. And being able to see everything you have would cut down tremendously on re-buying the same cans of pumpkin on every November shopping trip. (Seriously. Dark pantry + the lure of pumpkin spice has resulted in a serious pumpkin surplus at my house.)
Dark wood and white cabinets are the kitchen equivalent of true love. It just works. These floors go on for miles so Thanksgiving prep would be a breeze no matter how many people are milling about. And they’re just calling out for slippered feet.
And can we just take a moment to stare at that tile? Lovely. I’m also a fan of the beautiful wood table in the center – such a gathering kitchen, perfect for the holiday.
To close out the kitchen dreaming…what’s Thanksgiving prep without the perfect sink? And why shouldn’t it be encased in aqua cabinetry? This is my dream sink, large enough for just about anything you can imagine but still a piece of art in its own right. Plus, I’m a sucker for a giant over-the-sink window (especially with that view).
What’s your dream kitchen look like? If you could add one thing to your current kitchen, what would it be?