One of my favorite blogs — Hooked on Houses — recently posted about Drew Barrymore’s house.
Go there now:
I fell head-over-heels in love
with the retro-style refrigerator + freezer in her kitchen.
Who’s hip to the totally awesome + retro SMEG brand?
My retail bestie — West Elm — sells them! $2 grand!
Of course, they come in all sorts of colors, but I ‘need’ red!
See for yourself
how the West Elm hipsters styled these beauties in room settings:
While I did intend for this post to be about Smeg refrigerators
+ my love for them . . .
. . . my short attention span was diverted once again . . .
. . . this time, by Drew’s yummy yellow + white checkerboard floor:
The product is Marmoleum Click:
a substainable + natural floating floor
that’s easy to install + glueless!
Say no more!
I quickly proceeded to research Marmoleum images online,
+ look what I found:
Are you swooning?
If you’re like me, you are.
I mean, it’s all about the mildly-odd-yet-tasteful factor in my little décor world.
Plus, how period-appropriate would this be in our 30’s-era Dutch colonial?
The good news is that I’ve chosen my favorite pattern o’ tiles, + here ’tis:
I think it has kind of a gingham check vibe, don’t you?
The off-white, pink + gray is on-trend + darling,
but my kitchen is calling for something like this:
Okay, I’m about to swoon,
+ meanwhile, I have a prediction:
G.O. is going to nix this idea, the minute I
ask make him look at this post.
Why doesn’t he trust me yet? 😉