HIGH SHINE IN THE KITCHEN!

I like shiny things. I love hanging out in my kitchen. So, I should probably really really love this mini metallic trend of super glamorous cabinets in materials like brass and mirror…

mirrored kitchen cabinets greg natale

brass kitchen island

But the practical side of me just sees little babes running around putting their fingerprints all over these beauties and me constantly right behind them with the rag muttering about what a poor decision this was…

high shine gold kitchen floating cabinet cupboards

mirrored kitchen cabinets herringbone floors graphic wallpaper

This could be a very good case for never having children… (Just kidding. Kind of.) What do you think? Do you even like the look of this for a kitchen? I’m a pretty big fan of the gold upper cabinets contrasted with wood and marble…

images :: via emma’s design blogg // greg natale // fiona lynch // via skona hem // unknown

10 responses on “HIGH SHINE IN THE KITCHEN!

  1. Linda

    Maybe best not to have a husband either if you want to keep these pristine. i don’t feel like these are kitchens that see actual use but they sure look nice in pictures.

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  2. ABC Dragoo

    These kitchens are beauties – I agree with you though, they are apparently made for looking at not actually cooking in.

    (Same finger print idea goes for black kitchen cabinets too.) From experience, husbands don’t always use the hardware on cabinets either – which makes for finger prints in the most unlikely of spots.

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About Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.