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Windsor Smith’s gorgeous kitchen.

The seating, lighting, colors, and appliances are amazing. The only thing I would add would be more cabinet and counter space, but I’ll just assume it’s on the side of the room we can’t see.
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  1. Ooh! I can’t wait to see pictures of your house once it’s completed, Paige. How much longer until you can move in?

    Circa also carries some lights that are very similar, in fact I think these may be from Circa. Visual Comfort manufactured both so they are most likely very similar.

  2. I am really loving kitchens that look like rooms, which means that the cabinet space is really limited (or tucked away). I do wonder whether it is a trend that is not really practical for family life or for a kitchen where there is a lot of cooking going on! It is pretty, though.

  3. TTI- I know what you mean. Those types of rooms (like Windsor’s kitchen) seem so warm and inviting, but as someone who really likes to cook, I know that it would not be practical for me.