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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Jill's Kitchen | White Marble, Stained Island, Cream Painted Glass Front Cabinets & Polish Silver Hardwar


After a year of building and a lifetime of dreaming up the perfect kitchen, Jill's (my sister) kitchen (and house) is done!  Last week we ventured to St. Louis for my niece's birthday party and to stay at the new house.  Let me tell you, this kitchen is stunning - really the centerpiece of the entire home.  She incorporated all of my favorite finishes - cream painted cabinetry, dark walnut (huge) center island with marble counter top, vaulted coffered ceiling, polished silver hardware and glass front cabinetry.  I am so in love - and majorly jealous. 

Isn't the hood fabulous?  I also love the runner - ballard designs.  I'm going to pick on up for my own kitchen.
Coffered ceiling - beautiful.  Never underestimate the power of a ceiling.  Room changing.










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18 comments:

  1. Wow, what a gorgeous kitchen! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Wow, so pretty! Love the white and dark oak! And that ceiling is just so beautiful!

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  3. Gloria3:40 PM

    Abosultely beautiful! I loved every sqaure inch of that kitchen. I am envisioning myself in it...jealous.

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  4. This is my dream kitchen, I am so jealous!! Thanks for sharing, it is beautiful!

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  5. Just beautiful! I love marble! All the right combinations. Love the ceiling the most!

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  6. Beautiful! I love the little office nook and the black art prints hanging horizontally. You're making me jealous too. :-)

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  7. Beautiful! What are the countertops made of? It looks like carerra marble, but a little more matte.

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  8. Just gorgeous -- totally my dream kitchen.

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    1. Same here, simple and elegant.

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  9. I've just discovered your blog and can't wait to get my daughter to bed for her nap so I can have a good long look through all your posts and take it all in. It looks like my perfect blog.

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  10. Anonymous9:03 PM

    Can I ask you, do you still love your marble? I'm considering it but so many people say that it etches and it makes the kitchen look dingy after a few years. I would have to disagree with these people but I don't have marble counters! Can you please let me know what you think and if you'd do it again? Thank you! Natasha

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  11. Anonymous9:04 PM

    oops sorry I just re-read and realize that the counters are your sisters. Can you please ask her or report back! haha thank you! Natasha

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  12. Jenny Steffens Hobick9:35 PM

    Natasha - I think she still loves it - I think you get used to the little bit of wear.

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  13. Anonymous10:12 AM

    What color paint did she use? Lovely.

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  14. Will you share info on the bin/ cup pulls?

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  15. I love this.. it is beautiful. I am feeling all inspired.it's so gorgeous thanks for sharing.........
    Marmol blanco

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  16. Anonymous8:32 PM

    This is a dream kitchen. You inspired me. Exactly my style.
    You have very very good taste.
    FH

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  17. Just beautiful! I love marble! All the right combinations. Love the ceiling the most!
    Marble Polishing Miami, how to polish marble

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