Thursday, September 8, 2011

Margie McCulloch





Charmingly old yet refreshingly new is the perfect description of Colorado Homes and Lifestyles's Kitchen of the Year designed by Margie McCulloch of Red Pepper Kitchen and Bath Design out of Boulder. The owners wanted the space to have an Old-World feel but modern functionality, and the materials had to be interesting, textural and top of the line. I love the distressed cabinets painted Benjamin Moore's Aegean Teal, all the interesting hardware and the gorgeous three-dimensional tiles from Ann Sacks! To read all about the space and see more photos by Linda Hanselman, head over here!


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21 comments:

mbwife said...

you find the best kitchens!

Sarah (Mrs. Ruffled Flats) said...

This is a very masculine kitchen, but I really like it! Usually the turquoise shades are used in a more feminine way, but it is so nice to see it looking a little rugged and smokey! I really love the backsplash as well and the distressed look. Very unique and cozy!

Kim Schuessler said...

I would Love to have that kitchen! It has so much more room than mine. I just love the color of the cabinets.

Joanna said...

Looks very lovely! I just like the distressed cabinets and the finishes is smooth and appealing. Nice work on that! Check out also 3D Rendering

Cozy Little House said...

I love to ogle pretty kitchens!
Brenda

Cove and Grey said...

The back splash behind the stove is GORGEOUS!Great kitchen

BluefrontedParrot said...

Obviously, love the color of the cabinets....I'm about to dart out my door to the nearest BM paint shop and get paintchip cards in all those colors coming off of your site!! I just have to! My parrot will look absolutely stunning next to those colors in my home...(if you look closely, she has a torquoise blue patch on her head, near her beak...the color is beautiful.)
Also, love the laterns hanging...they 'look' old, not shiny and new giving the kitchen a very cozy feeling.

Best Design Coach Blog said...

Of course, I love the color 'Turquoise' but in a kitchen shown in your post, it's soft and refreshing. The tile is a great change from the subway style that we often see.
Great work on your blog!

Sizzle and Zoom said...

I love the details and the island is beautiful. The color is perfect. It's so cheerful.

Fashion-isha said...

There's something about the color of this kitchen that I find really soothing! Gorgeous kitchen!
xo
Sharon

Leslie said...

What a gorgeous kitchen!! The coloring is really divine!

L

Danya said...

Gorgeous kitchen! Where do you find these places?? Amazing.

Danya from PinkPeonyStyle.com

Dixie Mom said...

Yummy kitchen!

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Love this kitchen. The turquoise cabinets are so pretty.

deni said...

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hesty said...

great kitchen!

SarahW said...

Beautiful kitchen! The wood work surfaces and tile floor really warm it up. Love the lamps in the window.

Gild and Grace said...

Fab kitchen! Love those tiles and lights :)
Abbey x

{hooked on hickory} said...

as rachel zoe would say...i die! cabinetry color is awesome! you post the very best! thanks for the eye candy!

ashley

toronto house painters said...

Woderful exterior design. You are doing perfect work wit your home. And great color combination. I like the your home floor, This type flooring look great.I think, Red floors present an unusual challenge. On the one hand, red is an exciting, passionate color with many opportunities for theme decorating your kitchen. A "pepper" theme, "tomato" theme or an "apple" theme all spring to mind. On the other hand, you may wonder how in the world to match your cabinets to a color so loud, dominating and bold. Don't worry as there are many possibilities.
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Julie Abbott Art said...

hi just wondering if this color is Aegean Teal? benjamin moore doesn't have an oregon teal that I can find and I am obsessed with painting my cabinets this fabulous color- thanks! Julie

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