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August 01, 2009


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This is inspiring! We are constantly mulling over how to redo our own small kitchen so it is both lovely and functional. I had never heard of AT before, and I'm glad to have another design resource. Thanks for posting, Stacey.

stacey-- just realized:

best - am - PO - !

guess it was meant to be. love seeing the pictures of how the kitchen turned out in the end, especially that green tile-- is it subway? beautiful, makss your little kitchen look like a peaceful urban lagoon...

all best,

What an amazing confluence of connections! And what a treat to read this mini history of the kitchen! It looks great! A real pleasure to see the photos; and all the more so in the context of this blog...

Very best wishes,


Phoebe! You're right: Po's the best! Thanks Po for visiting here. I'm glad you like the kitchen. Phoebe they're glass tiles and I was nervous about using them but am happy I did. Emma, once you get started on AT, it's hard to stop. It is a great resource. I did so much research while planning our kitchen, if there's anything you need to know, just ask.

And let's not forget about the fragrant, tasty things that emerge from Stacey's lovely kitchen. How goes the nocino??

No, you're the best...It was a real pleasure to work for you [DL + SH].


[PS: I am fan of glass tiles.]

How did I miss this? And how do you keep your kitchen so neat and organized? It's lovely!

I love your kitchen.. very beautiful..I wish my kitchen is like yours..

The kitchen is often the heart of the home and a place where friends and family seem to gravitate. Lovely design, like it.

Deirdre G

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