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Marketplace and Mainstore

Decorations included

Available Marketplace and In world store!

2019P52 - Home sweet home

Saturday Self-Challenge -New Year's resolution .I don't make any real resolutions but had to do one for this challenge I really like cooking, but I always go back to my trusted recepies. This year I aim to try more new things

Flickr Lounge weekly theme - resolutions

Students in the Culinary Arts program kitchen preparing for their noon luncheon. . . most will have jobs waiting for them when they graduate. A great weekend to everyone!!

Leica MP 50F1.4 ASPH #34 Kodak Portra 400

Late Afternoon Rainy Day shot of our Kitchen My Wife Pat Designed, Needed to Do Something in the Rain and photgraph something, shot around the house for fun

MP #27,Kodak Portra 160

If I had a little land, I would name it There.There would be my home, be it storm be it fair.

Pentax 6x7 #11 kodak portra 400

In this kitchen we have a bar table and two seats, an induction stove and upper cabinets with no handles. A black fridgerator gives a nice counterbalance for the white surfaces.

  

Ambient base and a couple flash frames CL towards the stools. Flash frames used to bring down the brightness from the window to the left of camera. Also one in the pantry.

 

Adjustments in PS.

 

CC appreciated.

i can't believe i'm actually showing this... please don't look too closely!!

Our kitchen remains small but much more functional...now onto the new back porch, front vestibule, and bathroom reno :-)

The basic design of this kitchen is the galley or corridor layout. There is plenty of room for 1 or 2 people to work in the kitchen at the same time. The contemporary, clean lines make this a fun space to work in.

Our kitchen in our new house

This was the kitchen at the apartment we rented in Pacific Heights. It was small and narrow but very modern and cozy. I especially liked the frosted glass cupboards and the fridge built into the wall was really neat....

This remodeled kitchen retains the authenticity of the age of the home (1940's) by using white Shaker style cabinets, white glazed subway tile and a subtle pattern on the countertops.. Stainless Steel appliances were accented with the cup pulls on the drawers. The flooring is the original concrete with a waxed finish.

Single exposure

Two lights on the floor bounced off the island for fill.

One light CL with STU for fill

Charlotte is making a batch of blueberry muffins in the bakery kitchen.

 

Might as well use all of the Kenmore Kitchen pieces before putting this all away. Sort of odd to have 2 refrigerators in a kitchen, but since this is a bakery, they need more storage space. Now to stop procrastinating and clean up.

 

Pardon the wonky walls. I need to glue this paper onto a surface so everything stays lined up.

 

Kitchen cabinet/sink set: Kenmore kitchen

Clay food on table (bread, jam, jelly filled pastries, rolls, cinnamon rolls): made by me

Table: antique show

Cabinet: thrift store - Muffy the Bear

Fridge: Salvaged from a Barbie dollhouse, just repainted it

Red apron and red tipped rolling pin: vintage Barbie

White tables: Barbie medical set repainted

Teal mixer, bowl, spoon: Our Generation, Target

Basket on table: Barbie

Cutting boards, bamboo tray, baskets on fridge, scale, apples, blueberry muffin stuff, Pyrex bowls: Rement

Yellow mixer: vintage

Cardboard foil and plastic bag boxes: vintage

Yellow bowl: jewelry charm, thrift store

Food in cabinet: combo of erasers, minis from Hobby Lobby, Rement, and a Deluxe Reading Kitchen chocolate cake

Aqua bowls and pots in sink: Liv

Crock: 1:12 dollhouse

Walls and floor: scrap book paper

This space is a renovation project that I designed and installed.

It is for sale - contact me if you are interested.

 

Real Estate info

 

Luxurious desert living. Golf club access, swimming, tennis, health club all in the best winter climate in the west.

Link for More Info.

 

See the latest publication of this online at: "Condo" (A European Design Magazine)

 

See a slide show of this House at www.iphotoarts.com

Ideal Cardboard House, 1960s, made for Tammy and Barbie scale dolls

Vintage pink glass

Orbits box made by me

Rement bird

Barbie soap pump

Vintage tea kettle repaired and repainted

Vintage clone pan

Deluxe Reading Kitchen table and chairs (repainted chairs)

Started working on the pink kitchen. I bought this YEARS ago! Painted the handles and pulls black and silver. Added plastic dollhouse tile as backsplash. Scrapbook paper inside glass cabinet. Removed the light-up mechanism in the stove.

Now to make the walls and floor.

 

I've been working on my kitchens. I have gathered all this kitchen stuff over the years and done nothing. Each one will have designated accessories and details. That will make set-up and photoshots so much easier.

 

All the excess accessories will go to Etsy or ebay.

Our completed facelift. The bamboo roman shades were added just last night to finish the job off. We could not be happier.

 

See my blog entry here.

I like to take a shots from as far back as possible and zoom in on a kitchen, shot with 55mm otus.

 

Lights

4 CL, 2 CR

CamRanger and an iPad to control the Camera. Manually blended in PS

 

I tend to have 8 strobes with me, and use various mixtures of them.

Canon 600RT x 2

Canon 430RT x 2

YN 600RT

Nikon SB700

Nikon SB800 x 2

 

www.BMLmedia.ie

 

While Scott was out walking Sock yesterday evening I figured I would get a head start on dinner prep.

 

It was a pretty easy dinner, nachos, but I'm always a fan of having as much prepared in advance as possible.

 

Let's me do other things while dinner is cooking. It also gave me the opportunity to get a photo of the day done while there was still light coming through the windows.

 

Win/Win.

 

Hope everyone has had a good day.

 

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My friend's Kitchen design in Final Fantasy XIV

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