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simply color: hannah berman

by Lauren

This lovely kitchen belongs to Hannah Berman of Pie Bird Press. The vintage blue, red and turquoise color combination is classic and adds so much character to a small space. Hannah’s 1950s Wedgewood stove is amazing (notice the turquoise knobs), and I love the tile with red stripes around the countertop. I’m not much help in the kitchen, but with these fun colors, I might be willing to try! — Lauren

Palette
A. Pine Forest (Valspar), PMS 322; B. Beach Sparkle (Valspar), PMS 310; C. Green Sponge (Benjamin Moore), PMS 3265; D. Scarlet Sun (Valspar), PMS 172; E. Posh Red (Valspar), PMS 181

Roundup
1. Amish Pyrex Mixing Bowls, $38; 2. KitchenAid Stand Mixer, $399.99; 3. Critter Cookie Cutters, $10; 4. Printed Jam Jar, $7; 5. Martha Stewart Round Pot, $34.99+; 6. Martha Stewart Blue Gripper Cutting Board, $14.99

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