Can a kitchen be romantic?
Why of course!
That one above is definitely romantic.
The frilly details of the cabinets and the sconces make it so.
This one is - in a bright airy way.
Pretty brackets, dishes and flowers makes this one dreamy.
That marble doesn't hurt either.
The hot pink towels make it clear that this kitchen is intended for romance.
This kitchen is divine.
Chandeliers....beautiful furniture and a fireplace...complete the romantic ambiance.
More marble, pretty china and flowers take this kitchen from ordinary to precious.
This is a glamorous kitchen. Clean and pretty and flowers.
This kitchen is for romance most assuredly.
Perhaps too much romance going on here and not enough cooking.
This I think would be the most romantic kitchen of all...side by side stoves.
You each have your own stove to cook on!
It's a great kitchen too!
Though I don't live with another person...I do have someone to cook with.
I cook pasta a lot and rice too...things that need to boil and then simmer for awhile.
I will start the pot and then come in and get on the computer and before I know it I've forgotten all
about my cooking pot.
But Violet doesn't...she will come in when she knows it's done.
She can smell that it's ready.
So many times I've forgotten I was even cooking anything and then here she comes
with her demanding bark.
Many times...I've said.."Now, hush!"
"You've already been out and you've eaten."
"What could you possibly want?"
I totally have forgotten I had something on the stove.
Violet becomes more insistent.
Barking her loudest bark and lunging forward.
Finally, I get up to go see what she wants only to discover my pasta is boiling or
the rice is about to scorch!
And then I feel so bad for putting her off!
She knows the food is done and has come to tell me!
She always gets a big thank you and bites of whatever I'm cooking.
Of course she knows she will get her share which is why she watches it so closely.
She doesn't want me to burn her dinner!
So I'm thinking about kitchen stuff because I bought a new kitchen faucet about a month ago.
And now that life has settled down...I'm thinking of installing it.
Have any of you installed a kitchen faucet yourself?
The only thing that has me worried is where you turn the water off.
I'm not sure about that.
Let me know if you've done it and if it was very hard.
I watched my Dad install a bathroom faucet once in my old house.
He made an awful ruckus about having to be under the sink.
I fear that is the hardest part.