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Wednesday
Apr042007

French Country Kitchens - Oooh La La!

I've hunted for a week to bring you the most wonderful, delicious, sweet and charming, and yes, also austere and elegant, kitchens that are uniquely French, mostly French country, and ah, so magnifique! (That is all the French I know). They are the real thing!

To go along with the kitchens, also, please take a look at some interiors to complete the look. Linda, from Surroundings recently had a post on a new Paris Hotel, always a great type of venue to view interiors. And, if that is not enough, go to Decor8 to do some shopping in Paris, with the fantastic list of Paris shops on the right side of the page, under, well, Paris! And, enjoy a great short read about one woman's love of France over at Hygge House.

Please go to the French Country Kitchens gallery to see the kitchens. I recommend a glass of red wine before you go!

 

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Reader Comments (1)

I had a friend in high school from an exchange program from France. She had this type of kitchen. Forget about an "island" covered in granite. We all just sat around the table and helped prepare and eat... There was a farm table in the center of the room with benches. It was great.

What was nice is that it was not crowded full with cabinets so there was an ease to the space, like what you see here. You could walk easily around the table....

Standards for clear passage are so important.

Less is more. Well not for clear passage. Then just right is best...

AbbeyK
www.OnInteriorDesign.com
www.AbbeyK.com

April 5, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAbbeyK

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