Country Kitchens for your Country Home; Decorating Ideas, Design and Images
Country kitchens; ideas, design, decor for modern to traditional English, Italian, Colonial, Spanish, French country kitchens.
Skeeter's House from The Help Movie For Sale
Skeeter's House in The Help movie for sale in Greenwood MS. The grand staircase, kitchen & other rooms are famous from the movie. A grand Prairie Style home
Watching Old Movies for Old Home Decorating and Design
Old Home Decorating is made easy through old movie scenes. Notice the wallpaper, light fixtures and bulbs, etc to create the pefectly decorated home.
49 Reasons Why Green is Gorgeous ...
Green Dress Via Louche Noviaz Green Dress One of the reasons why green is gorgeous is that it makes a fabulous fashion statement. Green Necklace Via Emerald green steampunk heart with ... All manner of green things are gorgeous. Lupita Nyong'o in Green Via #theLIST: BAFTA Awards: The 10 ... Hollywood ...
Inspiration from Mid-Century Modern Kitchens
Catalog kitchens in this era could be lurid, but today's Mid-Century Modern kitchen revival remembers hominess and bright colors.
Hoosier Cabinets and Bin Tables
There has been so much happening here at the farm. I want to tell you more and have photos, but need to download some pictures before ...
Why Your Kitchen Looks the Way It Looks
The idea that housework is work now seems like a commonplace. We contract it out to housekeepers, laundromats, cleaning services, takeout places. We...
1924 Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Ad
The Hoosier cabinet made it possible for the 1920s housewife to be super efficient. Everything you needed was organized close at hand ... scientific testing was underway by the first efficiency experts to reduce wear and tear on homemakers. These pages must have been very inspirational to the readers of Ladies Home Journal and, later, BH&G. For more vintage design inspiration, see Antique Home & Style.
HOOSIER STYLE CABINETS
This is a true Hoosier cabinet produced by the Hoosier Manufacturing Co of New Castle, Indiana. The reason I tell you this is because a real Hoosier cabinet is usually higher priced and desired over all the copy/similar type kitchen cabinets of the time. For most the only way to know the difference is if the cabinet still maintains the original paper or metal tag. Also did you know its predecessor was what is called a Baker's Cabinet, sometimes called possum bottom, because of the rounded…