Wednesday, August 1, 2012



(Clockwise from top left: Pomegranate by Nancy Desmond; "It is raining strawberries" by Lucile Prache; "Bowl Stack" by strawberryluna; and "Milk bottles" by Mrs Eliot Books.)

I'm not really a fan of kitchens decorated top to bottom with roosters and hens and eggs and...you get the picture. However, I do love food-themed art, especially when it's colorful and a bit tongue-in-cheek. These four pieces would bring a bright pop of color and style to any room but would be especially nice, I think, in a breakfast nook.

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13 comments:

  1. Hahaha, kitchens with roosters and eggs crack me up. My mother-in-law used to have hers decorated that way, but after they did a few renovations the chickens never made their way back out. It actually made the room look a lot bigger because there's so much less visual clutter.

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  2. Great picks! I love the mixing bowls!
    My husbands grandma's kitchen is filled with roosters! We call her grandma rooster. She doesn't know that.

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    1. Hahaha. Grandma rooster. Made me smile.

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  3. These are my favorite of your posts. :) I adore that stacked bowls print. The glass bottles one is really cool too. I'm on the same page as you as far as kitchen decor goes.

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  4. Ah, the strawberries... early summer forever!

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  5. i've just stumbled across your blog and have spent ages looking through it, lovely posts full of great imagery and inspiration, love the colours in these!

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  6. Hey girl! It was the first Anais Nin book I read after her book on philosophy, and I really regret not reading it with a dictionary in hand. I mean it was beautifully written and the female character was completely complex and fascinating, but I was not prepared for the language she used- completely different to anything I had ever read before.
    Surprisingly i found the erotica to not be so explicit, but I sense it's 'tamer' than her other novels

    much love
    alexa xxx
    naivebones.blogspot.com

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  7. Great finds! THe nesting bowls are uber-sweet! I love food themed pieces as kitchen art too. A bowl of lemons or oranges are always nice in lieu of sculpture art too.

    Yay for summer!

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  8. Love your scenes fro life. What I'd really love is to eat that cupcake! It looks delicious.

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