Featured on La Dolce Vita!

I didn't think it was going to be up until next week but what should I find on my daily stroll through blogland?
La Dolce Vita featured Brooklyn Limestone in her Personal Style series!!
When she asked me I was very excited but also a bit nervous. I am by no means a professional and her blog features some really talented designers. I felt a bit out of my league. But that's what got my butt in gear to finish off the kitchen to-do list so its now officially unveiled. Not a huge change, I know but a little tweak to polish it off. Hope you enjoyed the interview. A big thanks to Paloma for asking me to take part!

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Cannot believe your kitchen was a small bedroom! Where was the old kitchen?

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  2. The house was configured differently but the old kitchen was the even tinier room that is now my office. Here is the photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stefanier/2428364997/sizes/l/in/set-72157613088325633/

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  3. i love it. i love it. i love it. i love it. I know we have never formally met, but we will tomorrow morning when I show up on your doorstep, shake your hand, and place my permanent residency in your beloved kitchen. :o)

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  4. I am still trying to figure out how I got to your blog, but I LOVE IT! I love your kitchen. I mean it is perfect. I read the piece on you at La Dolce Vita. I am so glad that you mixed metals cause I do that all the time. Mostly out of necessity in that I can't always afford to redo so that all match! Your home is lovely and I must take time to look at all your pictures on flickr!! This is a dream home! I would never want to leave it ;-)

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  5. stephanie, your kitchen is beautiful. love the finished bar stools. i'm all for mixing metals. gives the room 'texture'. and i'm all for crushed ice, too. pam

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  6. Your kitchen is so perfect - I couldn't imagine changing a single thing!

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  7. Stephanie! May I ask...what brand is your fridge?? I couldn't tell by the pic -- it is sooo beautiful! Well...the entire kitchen is to die for... :)

    Loved seeing it!

    Ruth

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  8. Thanks everyone!

    The fridge is a Geprofile.

    Suzie: I put the wrong link up there. Here is the old kitchen: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2287/2428364997_8e7dcf8b13_b.jpg

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  9. It was a great interview! And I LOVE the way the turquoise stools turned out. Gor-ge-ous.

    I may or may not have read your entire blog from start to finish over the past week or so...such inspiration! Makes me want my own reno project (someday)...

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  10. Uh...I swooned over at Dolce's...plus I'm flirting with your kitchen. Those push botton light switches!! Oh, let me just try them...puhleeeease?????

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  11. The stools look PERFECT. I love them in your kitchen.

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  12. Love the kitchen! Push button light switches have been on my list forever. Someday...

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  13. Congrats! I want to move into your kitchen. Is that odd? LOL!

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  14. Maybe everyone knows this already but you can make a switch to the pushbuttons very easily. You just need the switches and the plates - they work with standard electrical wires.

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  15. Congrats!!!! It looks great of course.

    xoxo,
    Sherry (& John)
    www.thisyounghouse.com

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  16. Wow! You must be kidding... you are not a professional???? Your house is gorgeous, and your projects are so creative! I am totally jealous of your talent (and your house!).
    I've really enjoyed browsing your blog and looking at the pictures. I can't believe the transformations! It's just incredible.

    By the way, I love your new coffee table! It's beautiful. Maybe it was meant to be.

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