Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Southern Comfort Post Script

The truth is, I've been on vacation for the last two weeks. We drove from Kansas City to Carmel and back stopping at several spots in between; I'll fill you in soon. But in posting yesterday, I accidentally deleted this image from the Rheinstein story and as it is one of my favorite kitchens ever I am using it as a bookmark for today.

And, yes, I said we drove from Kansas City to Carmel. I'd do it again (though not soon.)

11 comments:

Emom said...

I too just returned from a rather long drive.....and I can so relate....fun but not willing to do again soon....smiles.

Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...

Sounds like you all had a great time. Glad to be back in the world of blog. I've missed all my friends!

Gwen

Boxwood Terrace said...

This is one of my favorite kitchens of all time and it had me fixated on marble topped French baker's tables for months. And, it's a wonder you have time to post at all with three boys, a vacation, and car trip. There should be a blog award for this feat with your name on it. Seriously.
Deborah

Kate said...

I just found your blog through Katiedid. It is fabulous! I look forward to becoming a regular reader. You have great style. Cheers, Kate

Karena said...

Patricia, so happy you had a wonderful vacation. Carmel is one of my favorite spots in the world! Beautiful image.

Karena
Art by Karena

linda said...

Carmel, California?!? wow!!!

Lee said...

Her island table is enough for its own post. it's the perfect piece to finish the kitchen. What a find!

Carmel is one of our favorite destinations since our older son chose Pacific Grove as his first home after graduation. I can't wait to read about your trip and places you've discovered. (Longing sigh)

Linenqueen said...

Carmel, just the thought makes be giddy with desire. The shops, the small architecturally adorable houses, it's clean, upscale and so desirable. I wonder if it that quality wears out if you live there?

You have my award for keeping us loyal blog watchers entertained while you vacationed. What a loss my mornings would be without you. Ann

Blissitydoodah said...

I'm dying over that kitchen...I'd surely make it into a bookmark too LOL. We honeymooned in Monterey :) 21 years ago...

Barbara said...

Looking forward to your vacation
stories and pics as only you can
tell it.
BarbaraG

Anonymous said...

Very nice. Currently looking for a range and this one has all the details I like. Can anyone help me out? I've gone to the usual websites for high end appliances. None of them quite match the "exact" details on this one Please, somebody?