Rich Blue-Greens and Stone Surfaces Transform a Formerly "Cold and Sad" Kitchen. For California designer Caitlin Moran, color was key in renovating a 1920s Dallas kitchen for a childhood friend and her family. “I encourage clients to look beyond a white kitchen,” says Moran, who came up with a budget-friendly update that was more than a paint job but did not require a complete gut. The result: a richly hued space that only looks like an extreme makeover.
This California Kitchen Is Made for Holiday Entertaining. Kitchen designer Alison Pickart hails from a long line of engineers — her great-grandfather founded the model-railroad company Walthers — so it’s no surprise that every millimeter of her renovated double-height kitchen, in a 1932 cottage in Ross, California, is as charming and carefully plotted as a train set. “Every area around our farmhouse table has a purpose,” Pickart says. As a parent and frequent party giver, she created “stations” so that nearly every family member can partake in the prep work. In this house, there’s no such thing as too many cooks in the kitchen. “It gets beat up and keeps on ticking,” she says.
This Has Just Been Voted the World's Favorite Color. "Marrs Green" has been voted the World's Favorite Color. The findings follow a global survey by papermakers G . F Smith, where thousands of people spanning over 100 countries worldwide voted for their most loved color. The teal shade has been named "Marrs Green" in honor of survey participant Annie Marrs, who chose the shade closest to the winning hue.
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