kitchen love…

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in the kitchen with is on vacation this week (kristina is in amsterdam, lucky!) so i thought i’d share some beautiful photos from artist bobbie burger’s kitchen. talk about color- woo! that would be one cheerful place to make dinner every night.

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bobbie’s paintings give the kitchen a bold blast of color- i love the way she isn’t afraid to inject some seriously intense color into her home. if you’d like to see more of bobbie’s work, you can contact the bau-xi gallery in vancouver which represents bobbie. thanks, julie! [all images from canadian house and home, may 2009]

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  1. ohh I loooooove the yellow oven! Love love love!

  2. Jessica says:

    If I walked into a house and it had that stove. I would buy it on the spot. Not that I am partial to yellow or anything…

  3. kim miller says:

    Amazing kitchen! Awesome use of color! No way does the counter need color…that would be over done and would detract from the perfection.

  4. susan says:

    As a certified kitchen designer, I’ve tirelessly advised my clients to think in terms of decorative layers and to include artwork, REAL artwork, in the kitchen! This is a wonderful kitchen. It sings, it’s joyous, it’s happy! I love to see a kitchen that is connected to art in a significant way. Love it!

  5. Rain says:

    I am digging the yellow stove and the wooden table. So yummy!

  6. Lisa Murphy says:

    Thanks so much for featuring Canadian House & Home! Feel free to link to us. This kitchen was featured online: http://www.houseandhome.com/design/photo-gallery-yellow-rooms

  7. Pollyanna says:

    if the walls are light yellow, cabinets are white, what color should be my countertop? can anyone help?

  8. Joan says:

    love the yellow stove, love the paintings

  9. Roy, Marie-France says:

    Que c’est beau, les couleurs me ravissent

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