HERE in a clover green.
I LOVED this kitchen. It was so spacious and light. I could fit my living room and kitchen into this space easily.
I really liked these candle holders and the clean white table. Again, not sure how crazy it would make me with kids and spaghetti spilling on it but its a lovely thought. :)
I liked that they put simple ingredients on display. Coffee beans are not surprising but oatmeal had never occured to me and we use a lot of it at my house. If I had more available counter space at home I would probably do this. Also the backspash tile was so pretty. It wrapped around the whole kitchen area and seemed to me a mini metal subway tile similar to THIS one.
In this picture there are two rolling pins with designs on them. I've never seen anything like that and I wondered if they were just decorative or if they had any usefulness. They seem similar to Springerle Rolling Pins (used to make cookies) but were dark stained and pretty intricate. I want to look for some now.
I thought this area was a good idea for a small space office. It could fit in an unused closet, an entry way or that random corner that you may have. Having the floating "desk" and shelves really clears up floor space. I'm not an experienced builder or wood worker but I'm sure there is a way to modify counter tops or build this pretty cheaply. Most wall mounted desks I saw on the market were pretty expensive.
This bedroom wasn't "awesome" but I did like the Ikat inspired bedding and the lamps on the side tables. This bedding is from West Elm and isn't available anymore but a similar color can be found HERE.
Here is a close up of the pillows on the bed. I think my daughter would really like these colors because they remind her of "Ariel" colors and she loves blue.
This is from the master bathroom. The tiles on the wall are so cool and I love the colors in these vases.