Good morning! We’re cooking up a delicious color palette this morning, all inspired from this beautiful (and oh-so-tasty) tablescape from Euna Mae’s Heirloom Kitchen & Home Goods in Springdale. As seen in our all-new September “Kitchen & Bath” issue, this pretty breakfast table is made up of lots of goodies from Bonnie’s Jams small-batch preserves and Callie’s Charleston Biscuits to the American-made reproduction jadeite salt-and-pepper shakers, which we are swooning over. The colors run the gamut, but we’re picking out our favorites. And, there’s more vintage-inspired finds to keep you at the breakfast table a little longer in our September “Style” section. Click here to read the full story or find a copy of the new September issue on newsstands. Want even more? Scroll down to find our inspiration board below, which includes a mix of images and paint colors we gathered from around the web, all inspired by our sweet and savory breakfast at Euna Mae’s.
You’ve seen the before and after images of this fun family space in our April issue. Designer Kathryn LeMaster maximized space and functionality for a family of seven in a complete overhaul of their breakfast/kitchen/office area, the hub of their home. This banquette-anchored breakfast nook is really a focal point of the room, and it brings together the earthy-yet-bright palette of rusts, oranges, aquas and neutrals. Knowing that there will be times when this space could use a style freshen-up–whether with a change of season or for a special occasion–LeMaster has equipped them with everything they need to mix up the look a bit.
See what changed? Just the patterened pillows on the banquette and a few of the plates that frame the window. Have a closer look:
These very simple changes make the space more lively and casual and much more summery! Small changes can make a big difference. Are there spaces in your home that could use a little fresh energy like this now that spring has arrived?