I think the moveable cabinetry in this kitchen is one of the most exciting ideas I've seen in a very long time. Basically, the freestanding cabinets can shift along the shelf and accommodate new introductions and edits as you progress in the space.
Actors Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays have filled their California home with an eclectic mix of fine antiques and flea market bargains. Here, French marble and steel create a console that holds a lovely tableaux. The floors are painted Gray Timber Wolf by Benjamin Moore.
Amanda painted the wooden settee with gray primer — proving sometimes the solution can be the most basic and simple. The portrait is by Scottish painter Peter White.
A giant, antique mahogany dining table takes center stage in the kitchen. The walls areSydney Harbour'sPlaster of Paris, and the lights are re-purposed chicken feeders.
"James Snowden is an interior decorator, shopkeeper and, as he styles himself, 'blog curator’ based in Kentucky... He’s a blogger of few words but many beautiful pictures of things that have caught his eye - furniture and curios that are gently distressed, and interiors of an almost ethereal stillness. It is all seductively soulful and makes you want to hop on a plane to visit his shop with a fistful of dollars." -- Gareth Wyn Davies, The Telegraph