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EJ Sooley House, Heart's Delight NewfoundlandTraditional Kitchen

This coastal home was restored for CapeRace Cultural Adventures Eco-Culture Experience travel. Photo by Donna Griffith

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Jayne Black wrote:Mar 13, 2012
Ann Katherine Richards wrote:Mar 5, 2013
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    It was original to the house-- but you can purchase it at Home Depot. Print the picture and shop it around to Lowes, RONA, and Home Depot... Ken
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    Ann, think hard about that metal edging... looks cute, but i used to snag clothing constantly working at the sink, when I had it

Nicole Finnen wrote:Jan 28, 2013
trishmoxon wrote:Jan 5, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 12 Ways to Decorate With PastelsFeb 8, 2016

    4. Cover your cabinets. Give your kitchen cabinets a fresh coat of pastel blue. This color is perfect for the place where you prepare your cup of morning joe.Cabinet paint: Windy Hill, Dulux

    Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘It’s Different ... But Then, Aren’t You?’ and More WisdomSep 18, 2014

    “Adding to the pressure, in this age of instant everything, it’s easy to think that you ought to have a perfectly appointed home within seconds of moving in.” — Alison HodgsonIn other words, give yourself a break. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and your whole house won’t be decorated in one either. Hodgson, in her usual comforting way, helps us all take a deep breath, assess what needs to be done and figure out how that will happen — whether or not we have the energy, skills or desire to do it ourselves. She helps us decide what our budgets will allow and craft a master plan. Finally, I love her final tip — while tackling public spaces first is tempting, nothing really tops having a bedroom that’s a haven. Think about yourself first (if you have kids, apply the airplane-oxygen-mask rule). Full story: First Things First: How to Prioritize Home Projects

    Alison Hodgson added this to First Things First: How to Prioritize Home ProjectsSep 8, 2014

    Look at your budget. This is where it can get discouraging. You may be brimming with plans and excitement but can’t even afford a can of paint, let alone a room full of furniture. When I was a new homeowner, I read a magazine article showing an incredible budget kitchen makeover for $871. The point was how little money was spent, but for me it may as well have been $100,000, because our renovation and decorating budget was $0. It can be disappointing to wait because of money, but accruing a lot of debt to do a house project will not feel good.What to Know About Budgeting for Your Home Remodel

    Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to Catch a Splash of Ocean Blue This SummerJun 16, 2013

    Try a monochromatic palette. This light shade of turquoise is soft enough to use everywhere in this retro-inspired kitchen. My guess is that this kitchen is on the older side and was freshened up with this great shade. Tip: Turquoise looks great with citrus colors like chartreuse and yellow. For a similar shade of turquoise to what's shown here, try Turquoise Mist 695 by Benjamin Moore.

    Samantha Schoech added this to 12 Inspiring Real-Life Vintage KitchensSep 25, 2012

    Going monochromatic in a fun, vintage color has a similar result to going all white: It makes everything look fresh and bright.

    Laura Gaskill added this to Wake Up Your Kitchen With Eye-Catching ColorJul 10, 2012

    Wash your kitchen in soothing shades of a single hue. For a tranquil look, try working in several shades of the same cool color in different parts of the kitchen. Here, a pretty turquoise was used to repaint cabinets, while a paler, watered-down version of the same hue was used on the walls to great effect. More:Get ideas from more colorful kitchens

    Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Cultural Adventure in NewfoundlandJan 10, 2012

    The original vintage kitchen hardware contributes to the nostalgic atmosphere.

    Jen L'Italien added this to Color Crush: A Pop of TurquoiseNov 9, 2011

    There's a reason spas use this watery turquoise in their designs — the color is calming. Here, the layers of watery turquoise blues have a vintage appeal. Tip: Using the same color on the walls and cabinets in a kitchen help the space look less busy.

    Kelly Porter added this to Celebrate Summer Year-Round With Water ColorsSep 23, 2011

    Pool blue. Immerse yourself in a beautiful blue kitchen. Paint both the walls and cabinets with the same (or similar) blue and install a blue backsplash. You'll feel as if you're taking a dip in the pool.Paint pick: River's Edge 510C-3 by Behr

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    cbeagye added this to KitchensJan 2, 2019

    Going monochromatic in a fun, vintage color has a similar result to going all white: It makes everything look fresh and bright. Do this in mint green.

    HU-594655366 added this to Kitchen ideasJun 18, 2018

    Going monochromatic in a fun, vintage color has a similar result to going all white: It makes everything look fresh and bright.

    Nathalie S. added this to kitchen paintMay 22, 2018

    Seaside Resort 725 Benjamin Moore is cabinet color. Would be interested in this for accent.

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