Adorably Cozy Kitchens

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There's something about a cozy old-fashioned kitchen that reminds me of homemade cobbler and cold days with stew simmering on the stove. 


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Vintage tablecloths and rolling pins. Reminds me of rolling out biscuit dough for breakfast. Back then people often had gravy with biscuits and ham and eggs. 

You'd pour gravy over the biscuits, and it was so good.

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 Coffee or tea while sitting in the kitchen thumbing through cookbooks.

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Simple spaces. Using what you have. Making it work.



Fresh bread straight out of the oven, with some butter or honey. The kitchen smelling of yeast and flour.


Eat-in kitchens have always been my favorite. I don't like the formality of dining rooms. I like to eat where the food was prepared.


Organization. A piece of pegboard can take care of a lot of kitchen items.

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Bright cheerful colors give a kitchen spirit. Make you want to linger.

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Open cabinets, oh how I love thee. 

19 comments

  1. The best cozy home kitchens have never changed over the decades: cobbler on the counter, and a loving pup right in the kitchen with ya oxox

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  2. I like eat in kitchens too. That first picture of the old fashioned stove looks like a toy stove to me! It doesn't look real even though I'm sure it is.

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  3. That blue kitchen with white cabinets is to die for!

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  4. Oh so pretty, practical and fun! You have some sweet memories, I'm certain, of your grandmother's farm kitchen, where you baked up many a cobbler and bundles of biscuits. Such sweet memories.

    Poppy

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  5. These are all so nice..I think the first one is my favorite. The boys grandmother used to make sausage gravy to go over the biscuits. When she'd do that her various brothers would stop by all morning to eat, and leave a little money in a jar to help pay for the food. I guess that way they would ensure she'd do it often, which she did. I never had that as a kid and was not used to it so the gravy seemed too rich and greasy and creamy to me to have at breakfast time but for them it was a special treat and reminder of childhood.

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  6. These are all so cute, Brenda. I just love a cozy, cottage kitchen. They're informal but lovely at the same time. I especially like the one with the little dog in the picture.

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  7. The kitchen in the house where I grew up had a hoosier. Only back then I didn't know it, and wish now I had it. I have a cozy kitchen now. Shelving for my things. Bright cheery curtains. I have red patterned for the window and a yellow pattern for over the sink. I have my neighbors scarred and beautiful oak table. I love to sit at my table and gaze out the window while planning my next meal.

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  8. The pink fridge is to die for! I painted over the dark kitchen cabinets 10 years ago now my cozy kitchen features upper cabinet insets of the sweetest frosting pink and the lower cabinet insets of sage green all edged in vanilla cream....I still love the colors after all these years! Thank you for sharing all these gorgeous cozy Kitchens...

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  9. I have always thought of the kitchen as the soul of the home. The cozier, the better. xo Laura

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  10. All these kitchens have elements of the kitchen of the first 18 years of my life, although ours probably wasn't as nice or as large as some of these. I enjoyed the reminder, and we had many breakfasts with biscuits and gravy with with ham or country sausage. I would love to have red appliances... sigh.

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  11. Oh my Brenda..I would love to have any one of these kitchens..I would love to have your kitchen too..

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  12. They all are really nice. I think if you have an eat in kitchen you don't need a dining room. But how do you use that space.

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