"Anything is possible with sunshine and a little pink."
– Lilly Pulitzer
It is mine and it has to be pink, that is the first thought I had about this kitchen. A home is an outward representation of the people who live within it. It should take the best of you and reflect it back to create a warm and safe place for you to create a life within it's walls. I went with the color 'Vintage Tea Rose' by Behr in the trim and cabinet version of their paint. Then I had the added challenge of incorporating my love of lemons and indigo colored Le Creuset cookware into the overall theme.
I created this pattern custom for my kitchen. The pink, yellow, and blue used is an perfect match to my paint, lemon decor, and le creuset cookware.
I named it Pink Mint Lemons and it is available as fabric, wallpaper, and home decor products at spoonflower. I started by ordering fabric to sew tea towels, but you can also order pre-made ones.
I love crystals, so I made these custom knobs out of citrine. Citrine was the obvious choice because it is yellow, but less obvious is it's associated meaning of prosperity and joy. What better way to infuse positive vibes into the kitchen?
I added real gold leafing on the back of each stone for a extra touch of luxury and prosperity.
This is the first section of cabinets finished with one of the two tea towels I sewed. This project is still in progress so stay tuned for updates and the final reveal.