Thursday, July 7, 2011

Style Series No. 3 - Cottage, Country, Shabby Chic, and Glam Kitchen Style

June was a big ol' whirlwind, so I didn't get around to posting a monthly style series, BUT better late than never...I do so enjoy doing the Style Series...hope you like it too!  This month we have oodles of kitchen inspiration including, Country Cottage, Farmhouse, and Chic and Fancy.  I just finished a mini makeover of my kitchen, go HERE to see if you haven't already.  Let's get the show on the road, shall we?
{all photos via Pinterest}

Country Cottage

{Full of whimsy, this is my blog design masquerading as a kitchen, no?}

{I am a big fan of the Yvestown kitchen}

{Look how all these patterns work together magically}

{love all the quirky details in here}

{just goes to show all you need sometimes is cottage and vintage need to remodel}

{So sweet}

{nothing better than a Farmhouse Sink in a kitchen}

{The hanky curtains are the star of the show here}


{American country farm goodness}

{Pretty Farmhouse perfect}

{Simple country style}

{Love these counter tops and cabinets}

{Just the dining area here, but it's so lovely, just had to share.  Check out those glass pendant lights!}

{such a pretty cornflower blue hue in here}

Chic & Fancy

{The fanciest of them all}

{French Country Fancy}

{Rustic meets Fancy}

{Glamorous Fancy}

{Very chic and fancy}

{Last, but not least, my friend Michele's kitchen, from Hello Lovely Inc.,
Lovely indeed}

What's your favorite kitchen style and/or photo here?  Do tell...



Anonymous said...

These are all gorgeous kitchens! I tend to like the more simple farmhouse style but I think I would take any one of these!

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Vicki @ vickidesigner said...

So, since I can't afford to take a vaca this year. I think I'll just hop from pic to pic to see if anyone's home and make myself home in one of these pretty spots. (I think that's called squatting!) ha! A change of scenery is needed here.. BIG TIME! Thanks for inspiring me :)

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

Goodness, I loved these pics so much that I pinned several of them to my pinterest boards!
Great stuff, thanks for sharing. :-)


michele at hellolovelyinc said...

i do love farmhouse style!

these kitchens have such happy factor.

thanks so much for showing off my kitchen--how fun and thoughtful of you, sweet Stacey.


Elyse said...

sigh ...

i like so many of them ... the yellow chair, the quirky elements, the hanky curtains ... so fun to see so many ideas in 1 place! thanks for putting this fun post together.

happy weekend, sweets!


Elyse said...


i may be hunting for a window to hang on a kitchen wall. LOVE that!


Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Such inspiration, and you confirmed it for me....I'm a cottage gal - whimsy and all! Sill fun to look at the other pretty kitchens.

Kristin @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia said...

All so fabulous and gorgeous in there own way :)

Shanon at Vintage Sparkle Chic said...

I love "chic and fancy" and "the fanciest of them all" the most. So adorable! I love all of the colors in all of them.


Ikealady said...

Love them all !!

that sort of thing. said...

I LOVE the butcher board counters in all these photos! great inspiration, thanks.

Jami said...

I love every one!

Carol-Anne (Use the Good Dishes!) said...

I love the kitchen with the hanky curtains.....the wall colour, the painting on the wall...gorgeous. YOUR kitchen looks amazing by the way! You've got a new reader!

Janie said...

I love the fanciest of them all! Mom always said I had champagne taste and a beer budget.

Romantic Domestic

Pamela said...

Those are all such beautiful kitchens! I could be happy in any of them. Those hankie curtains do steal the show! What a great idea for a craft room or even nursery!

Anonymous said...

Hi! I would have to say that the country cottage style kitchens would be my faves. Love those pops of colour :)

Veronica said...

Oh I am delighted to find this post. Not only because i am new to blogging and this is my first link up but also I have started to explore and learn more about colour! This week I posted on aqua, a colour that I have never really considered and I enjyed it so much and your post has some lovely lessons in colour! thank you. Also had a peek at your kitchen post which is lovely! I need another look at your pics...


Jessie said...

I love the first kitchens since I live in a small house and the first thing we plan on doing is expanding and remodeling. i am dying for that country sink. I have a whole list of new options now!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful pictures, very inspiring. I guess my favourite one is the first because it's a bit messy, in the good sense, meaning I would feel right at home there.

Anonymous said...

Hanky kitchen is my fave - but honestly, there are sooo many gorgeous ones, it's hard to choose. I also love that beautiful kitchen from Meadowbrook Farm, the one with the EAT sign on the wall, Teresa is an artist. So many talented ladies out there making beautiful kitchens. Thanks for sharing all the eye candy with us! What a treat!

Mary @ Redo 101

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

What a great lesson on the effective use of red in the kitchen!


Give me red ribbon to tie in my hair,
Not yellow or purple or green;
But burgundy, chestnut, carmine or rose—
These are the colors with sheen!

Give me red ribbon to tie in my hair,
Not saffron or opal or blue;
But fuchsia, magenta, ruby or blush—
Something of sanguinous hue!

Give me red ribbon to tie in my hair,
Not indigo, azure or grey;
But scarlet, vermilion, dahlia or pink—
Colors like these make my day!

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

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LV said...

It would be a pleasure having either one of these pretty kitchens.

Jeannies Bottle said...

Those first six kitchens all remind me of my kitchen, so many similar aspects. This was a super post!! Thank you.


~~Carol~~ said...

I am in desperate need of a kitchen overhaul! Nothing expensive, just paint and accessories, so I am SO inspired by all of these kitchens! I want to run to the paint store right now and paint my cabinets that lovely shade of blue!
Happy REDnesday,

Cherry Chick said...

Cute stuff! Lots of inspiration for your kitchen Kinda Redo. ;-)
You made great use of the paint. Thanks for sharing with us all on Rednesday.

P.S. "the fanciest of them all" is a photo that I've pinned, too, over @ Pinterest. Love! That kitchen!

Anonymous said...

Love all the pictures!! the vintage cheerful kitchens with lots of color are so sweet!

Something Nice and Pretty said...

All so beautiful but was so glad to see the one with the glass pendant lights...I just did a table white that is exactly like that one!

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

I'm country cottage all the way! The first pic is my fav! Thanks for posting all of these. ♥

FlyAwayHome said...

How funny...i think we have the same exact taste. I am pretty sure I downloaded all but maybe 2 of the same kitchen pic's. If you would like to check my kitchen makeover out come visit at:

SueLovesCherries said...

I'm definitely the Country Cottage style, but trying to choose a favorite of them is hard! I like the fabric hiding the dishwasher in #1, and the {So Sweet} photo, too!

Carmella said...

What great inspiration, and I do believe the first kitchen was designed after they saw your blog! Thanks so much for sharing with Creative Bloggers' Party and Hop, I am co-hosting this week and I am so happy I found you there!I am now following, I hope you can stop by and visit when you get a chance!

Maggie said...

wow these are great.
I'll be honored for you to join our linking party every Wednesday at
Have a fabulous week,

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

I'm so honored that you chose to join the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop. Thank you for adding this special masterpiece to rock my party :)

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MasterShake13 said...

I love the green hutch in the {So Sweet} kitchen! I'm in the process of formulating my plan for my Northern Virginia kitchen remodeling project...I really wanted to do a retro 1950s-style kitchen with modern accents, like an island with bar-stool seating and a gas-range inlay. But after seeing all these beautiful kitchen photos, it's so hard for me to decide what to do! The kitchen is my favorite room in the house, so I'd better make it a good one! Thanks for the ideas! Can't wait to get started! :D