The thought of painting a wall black 3/4 of the wall up a wall would have never occurred to me. But thank you Restless Oasis for opening my eyes to a brand new awesome world.
Simple reason why this is obsession worthy: you get to capture all the drama and elegance that goes with painting walls super dark colors, but you maintain that light airy open feeling.
Amazeballs (yep, I’m bringing that word back into circulation, unless you can think of a better one)
Yeah…… HUGE DIFFERENCE…..
Not only does it really open up the space, it draws attention to the amazing vaulted ceilings. So from now one, whenever I look at a not so loverly and perfect house, I am going to think to myself, ‘how many walls can I take out?’
OPEN = AWESOME
Seriously impressive. The thing that boggles me the most is how did they get such detail on the front? Stencil? Projector? Mad drawing ability? Giant stamp?
From Garbage to Gorgeous. Seriously, who would want to continue to live in a kitchen with pink bead board walls and pale blue kitchen cabinets? No one. Exactly my point.
But honestly, I’m not sure what the stand out feature of this kitchen is? all the wonderful coordinated pops of red? The combination of white cabinets with black countertops? Or the black and white cat sitting on the counter?
But I’m not a cat person, so that’s just disguisting…
images via Apartment Therapy