7/27/2008

Laurel Ridge Kitchen




The kitchen at Laurel Ridge Bed and Breakfast in Chatham County North Carolina has been painted and decorated by me with a theme of wildflowers on the walls and on the cabinets. First I faux finished the walls and cabinets in a pale blue/aqua ragged finish. Then I painted flowers on the walls, above the tiles, on the cabinets and along the baseboards. There are also some bugs and butterflies that the guests have fun discovering. There's a ceramic sculpture by Joyce Bryan of Stone Crow Pottery in one corner, with a "faux" garden behind him.

7 comments:

The Filigree Garden said...

Lovely work. The hand-painted flowers must make that kitchen very special!

Chauncey said...

kate, you do such beautiful work.

Rose said...

Absolutely gorgeous Kate.. wish you could come paint my kitchen:)

joonbeam said...

This is wonderful, Kate! Thanks so much for sharing.

jstinson said...

What a fresh and amazing job! Wish my kitchen looked as beautiful. Also love the tables. The guests must feel very special!

Bee Skelton said...

What a unique space you've created! Your client must be absolutely delighted :)

dianeclancy said...

Wow, Kate -

I didn't know you did this - this is fantastic!! WOW!!

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