Love this lake house eat-in kitchen designed by renowned New York architect Gil Schafer.
The kitchen is in a lake side home built in 1919. The home was clearly renovated respecting the history and charm but updated adding modern conveniences and stylish detailing.
I am a little obsessed with built in banquette seating so I’m loving the wrap around built in window bench that doubles as breakfast nook seating. And the windows…hello! The corner of paned windows is magnificent…letting light and cheer stream into this sweet cooking and eating space. I also am adoring the shiny painted wood floor (looks like a light blue or grey color).
|The kitchen has a modern country feel with bead board cabinet doors, a stainless farmhouse sink and upper cabinet interiors getting a lovely dose of lime green color! (above)|
What do you think of this lake house eat-in? Would you want to eat in here? What might you take…what might you leave? Please tell.
P.S. 1) I need a lake house; 2) wearing a cute purple Tory Burch dress to work today…have drinks tonight; 3) Now that Lent is over and I can go back to eating bread…need to show some restraint…difficult; 4) was up until 2:30a dealing with a potential COCOCOZY client abroad; 5) caffeine essential this morning; 6) back to purple dress, was getting it fitted and the tailor kept looking at my hips and shaking his head…I think he thinks dress is too tight or that I need bigger…dress is size 4…I think it fits just right but we’ll see…now I think everyone is looking at hips and shaking head thanks to tailor…lady tailor though thought dress was just right; 7) Juan, my handy guy, rescued my huge market umbrella from my roof on Tuesday…now I need new market umbrella as this one keeps flying out of stand, see COCOCOZY Twitter feed for pictures of flying market umbrella under Dilemma of the Day; 8) I could go on and on but I will let you get back to your day! Have a good one dear readers!
Photo: Don Freeman, i2i