Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Custom Imperial

I live in a brick ranch built in 1968. Since the day that casa Wallace was born, nothing has been changed in it. Sure, it's gotten some paint and repairs, but the kitchen, bathrooms, built-ins, everything is pure 1968. I know from HGTV that my first act upon moving into the house should have been gutting and remodeling the house - but I bought it because of the time capsule charm. I love my yellow tub.


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I've written about my super cool kitchen before. Now that I have a photography class under my belt, I thought I'd share some better pictures of my fab cooking space.

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6 comments:

Relyn said...

Oh, I can't even tell you how much I love these wonderful images of good old fashioned graphics. These are wonderful and just made my day.

Alli (One Pearl Button) said...

Oh my gosh, I LOVE these pictures. Thank you, thank you for not gutting all of this loveliness away to be replaced by boring, ubiquitous stainless steel and marble. HGTV makes me so angry, haha.

alsadventure said...

WOW! Ok your kitchen is the best!

Earth Mama said...

Love that oven!! We have a small rance home built about the same time. When we moved in we had an avacado tiny wall oven. It worked for awhile. A couple years into the house it blew, and we went without an oven for a couple years till we found one that would fit in that tiny hole in the wall.

:)Lisa

goldenbird said...

Love your vintage kitchen! Your photographs are great. Did you take an online photography class? I need take one myself.

Roxanne said...

So pretty!

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