The Anchor HouseBeach Style Kitchen

This house is over 100 years old, located in Elliston on the Bonavista Peninsula in Newfoundland Canada

Example of a coastal kitchen design in Other with a drop-in sink, beaded inset cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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  • beebeebrown
    Has anyone determined the kind of countertop?
Carolyn Macmillan wrote:Aug 28, 2012

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    maryjobowling
    Mary Jo Bowling added this to So Your Style Is: American GothicJul 29, 2014

    Something different: A flowered apron hangs at the ready on a hook in this kitchen; the flowered window covering adds a similar playful pattern.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Kitchen Touches Anyone Can DoNov 11, 2013

    Display your apron. Hang a hook on the back of the door or the side of a cabinet so that you can show off that cute apron you love so much.

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to Fashion a Fall Cocoon With Fabulous TextilesSep 6, 2012

    Kitchen: Hang up those aprons. Whether yours leans toward cute vintage aprons or elegantly simple linen numbers, they will look great on hooks near the stove.

    wendyrocks
    Wendy Shott added this to Get the Scoop on Dish DisplayMar 10, 2012

    6. Ditch the cupboards. Allow your taste in kitchenware to shine by embracing open shelving. Neat stacks and artful arrangements are the trick to pretty displays.

    beth_zeigler
    Bneato Professional Organizing added this to Show, Don't Store, Your KitchenwareFeb 14, 2012

    Mixing bowls are another large item that can easily find room on an open shelf. The pop of color works really well here, making the room feel bright and cheery. Notice that the apron is hanging on a hook instead of hiding in a drawer. Let's add that as one more item we'd be able to show off.

    vanessa_brunner
    Vanessa Brunner added this to 5 Easy Ways to Summer-ize Your HomeJun 5, 2011

    Try to incorporate color in unexpected areas in your home for that extra pop of summer cheer. Kitchens can often become pristine, all-white spaces. Mix it up a bit with a few colorful dishes, dish cloths or aprons.

    lilygahagan
    Lily Gahagan added this to A Rainbow of Colorful Kitchen AccessoriesMay 4, 2011

    If expensive pots and mixers aren't in the immediate future, no fear; there are plenty of more affordable ways to add color in the kitchen. Here, a set of mixing bowls arranged on an open shelf helps to perk up the space.

    lilygahagan
    Lily Gahagan added this to Spring Color in the KitchenMar 24, 2011

    A row of colorful bowls and an aqua-trimmed doorway helps too.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    rachelconlydesignllc
    Rachel Conly Design LLC added this to 40 PleasantJun 4, 2019

    Most likely, the scope will include all new interior finishes as a result of insulation, electrical, and plumbing updates. At this time, we could introduce wood wall finishes throughout, or in select areas. It is a nice way to give a nod to the original interiors.

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