Montage: 12 Navy Blue + Brass Kitchens

Grey kitchens seem to have taken over. And paired with brass hardware, grey kitchens are gorgeous. I did a post back in 2013— 32 Brass Kitchens when brass hardware started infiltrating kitchens. Mainly those kitchens with brass hardware were white or grey, with the occasional innovative green. And lots of subway tile Now we’re seeing a lot more navy kitchen cabinets. From azure to the deepest stormy navy, blue cabinetry in the kitchen, finished with angular brass hardware, is the look, preferably with expanses of marble backsplashes. Here are 12 gorgeous examples of kitchens with brass hardware and navy cabinetry.

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Toronto Interior Design Group

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Devol Kitchens

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Joy Street Design

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Blair Harris  •  Photo by Jessica Glynn

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Emily Henderson

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One Fine Stay

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Elegueller Arquitetos

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Taylor Jacobson Design  •  My Domaine  •  Photo by Amy Bartlam

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Craig O’Connell Architecture  •  Vonnegut Thoreau Construction

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Stacy Begg •  Photo by Michael Graydon  •  House & Home

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Get the Look: Creating a Bohemian Style Backyard

Continuing with the theme of creating a bohemian style backyard—following up on Montage: 14 Bohemian Style Patios and Fine Print: Casa Bohemia—I partnered with World Market to curate a backyard with boho vibe Using an outdoor space designed by Consort Design as inspiration, I pulled together pieces from the global bazaar-like retailer to create an easy-to-follow shopping scheme.

Turns out creating a bohemian style patio is pretty easy when there’s a good selection of affordable finds. Today is the last day to take $50 off every $250 spent online or in-store at World Market with online code: HOORAYMAY

How to Create a Bohemian Style Patio

Inset photo by Phil Sanchez for Domaine

Shop StyleCarrot partner World Market to curate your own bohemian style patio.

S H O P P I N G 

Aqua Wire Wall Unit

Mini Succulent Pots

Faux Succulents in Rocks

Copper Punched Lanterns

Silver Dollar Stems

Segovia Whitewashed Mirror

Nomad Tiles Indoor/Outdoor Rug

Turquoise + Fuchsia Nesting Tables

Embossed Metal + Wood Daybed

Spotted Moth Outdoor Pillow

Grommet Top Outdoor Curtains  

More boho backyard decor from World Market

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ARTmonday: Cig Harvey’s Gardening at Night

Maine-based photographer Cig Harvey‘s new book Gardening at Night is both a visual and literary treat. The poetic prose that weaves through the book accompanying her dreamlike photographs is as magical as the images themselves.

A former photography teacher and city dweller, and current mother and Midcoast Mainer, Cig Harvey is represented in Boston by the Robert Klein Gallery on Newbury Street, where the Gardening at Night exhibition is on display through June 13.

I blogged about Cig Harvey’s photographs last March, when I first discovered them through Artsy. I’ve since connected with her and count her among my favorites. I am excited to be displaying “The Goldfinch” in the model apartment I am decorating at Troy Boston this spring. Many thanks to Cig and Maja at Robert Klein for making that happen.

Here is a sampling of images straight from the pages of Harvey’s book, and a quick shot from the gallery too. (Cig, if you see this, I am sorry to have missed you at the opening!)

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Fine Art Photo Book By New England Photographer Cig Harvey

Gardening at Night  •  Cig Harvey

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“Gardening at Night” on view in Boston through June 13
Robert Klein Gallery

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Happy Mother’s Day

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J. Falkner

Happy Mother’s Day tomorrow.

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Fine Print: Casa Bohemia

Casa Bohemia: The Spanish Style House by Linda Leigh Paul (Rizzoli 2015) showcases 29 bohemian style homes—vibrant Spanish-style houses in the southwestern and southern United States, Mexico, and Spain, from restored haciendas in Mexico to early and recent 20th century California mission styles. Rich colors abound and details include ornate wrought-iron, wood balconies, graceful arches, crafted glass, and patterned tiles and textiles. 

Here’s a peek at half a dozen interiors of the bohemian style homes found in Casa Bohemia. Also, if this is your kind of look, have a look back at yesterday’s post 14 Bohemian Style Patios.

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Photo by Jim Bartsch

Casa Ablitt designed by ar is full of colorful tile and walnut wood details. The cutting and placement of this bohemian style home’s 10,000 tiles took 44 weeks to complete. In the living room there are tiles in stripes and chevrons, as well as other distinctive tile patterns. In the back corner of the room, there’s a built in bar adjacent to the walnut keyhole windows.

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Photo by Jim Bartsch

The kitchen of Casa Ablitt is also one in green and blue, with decorative tiles and painted cabinets.The smaller windows have custom wrought-iron gates.

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Photo by Jim Bartsch

A child’s room in Casa Oak Tree, also designed by Santa Barbara, California-based architect Jeff Shelton.

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Photo by Ricardo Vidargas

Undulating walls and woven tile patterns are signature Spanish style elements. Note the succulent plantings too.

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Photo by Albert Font

Casa Eivissa, a farmhouse on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, off the coast of Spain belonging to a design and fashion photographer and restored by J.A. Martinez Lapena & Elias Torres Architects. Original ceiling beams, made from twisted Sabina trees, were removed, cleaned, and replaced one at a time during the home’s restoration.

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Photo by Albert Font

The south-facing terrace at Casa Eivissa is sheltered by a reed canopy designed by Barcelona-based architect Elias Torres.

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Casa Bohemia: The Spanish Style House
Rizzoli 2015

 

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