Now I am still living with my parents, which has been an absolute life safer as I don't have to pay rent, but it's as long as I'm in school and working. This can happen as long as I stick with both and help out around the house. Obviously I really would like to move out sometime soon and actually be independent. I have dreams of what I would like my apartment to be, and eventually what I would want my house to look like. An essential part of any house is the kitchen. It's the place where you can cook amazing meals, have fun conversations, and decorate with fun and whimsical ideas. My Pinterest has been the perfect place to set up ideas and inspirations on what my DREAM kitchen would look like. Bear with me though, these are just wishes and wants. I have no idea or clue of what my kitchen will look like when I move out, but here's hoping it'll look like any of these.
When I Get An Apartment:
I love the mix of exposed brick and the brightness of light coming in from the windows. This would be a perfect area to eat breakfast and cook dinner. I love how comforting it feels also.
I love this take on an apartment kitchen, it's super open and airy. It'd be a perfect spot to have dinners and maybe even throw some parties.
I also really love this kitchen from an apartment in Sweden. So light and airy, I especially love the runner with a bold pop of blue. It's the perfect space to cook and have a good time.
If I Ever Get A House:
The color scheme in this kitchen is so wonderful and I love the center island being the place where you can sit down and have a cup of coffee. The marble walls and steel appliances don't hurt either.
How cool would this kitchen be? It's called a "Split-Level Kitchen" because it places a staircase in between a upper and lower level. The kitchen sits below the dining room and makes for easy access to either level. SO AWESOME!
I am in love with the seating for this kitchen. The lighting reflects so well on the wooden table and progressively blends into the exposed brick wall. Such a cool concept for a modern and vintage feel. If you go to the website also, it shows pictures of how huge the kitchen actually is. When can I move in?