Fabulous Room Friday 04.23.10

Elle Decor Ellen Pompeophoto by Tim Street-Porter

This week, I am in love with Ellen Pompeo’s kitchen, which is featured in the May issue of ELLE DECOR. The lack of traditional built-in cabinetry has me swooning. It all looks very European, non? The flooring is rustic and beautiful and I love the graphic quality that the striped rug and black and white photograph bring to the room. I could picture myself cooking something wonderful for my friends and family in this gorgeous kitchen.

Could you live with an organic kitchen design such as this? Do you prefer something a bit more traditional?

 

Hope everyone has a fabulous weekend!

Image Credit: Tim Street Porter for ELLE DECOR

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  1. It looks fabulous, but it has to be terribly inconvenient! What an awful place for the fridge, maybe if it opened the other way, just looks frustrating to me!

  2. I love the look, but practically speaking you have to have a large kitchen for this type of storage…most kitchens are to small to have such open storage…we need every inch to be practical and hold a lot! But love the look!

  3. Love this non-traditional kitchen. I could live with the open cabinetry…it would give me more excuses to buy the most beautiful and interesting objects to put on the shelves!
    -Jordana