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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

K for ABC Wednesday

ABC WEDNESDAY ROUND 6: K is for





Footloose and Kitchenlite


Kissing my Kitchen chores goodbye at the same time I unwed, I turned the self-designed bar height Kitchen table into a comfy computer desk. Sitting on a string art bar stool, I can see through a southern window, a western slider and a northern Kitchen window.

Cupboards originally crafted for extra pots, pans and dishes now hide DVD's, software disks, cords for phones, cameras, assorted computer peripherals, reference books and other clutter I can't find. 

The little Kid who visits finds it decidedly different when lunch time rolls around and we move the stringy bar stools to sit Knee-to-Knee at the cutting board which doubles as a Kid-size Kitchen table. Unusual things happen in the land of a minimal Kitchen.



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27 comments:

photowannabe said...

Fascinating and totally original.

Beverley Baird said...

How original! You have the kitchen you want and need!

Carol said...

Klever and Kreative. Your kitchen sounds like alot more fun than most. Also your southern/western/northern views must be a perfect spot to work/play.

anthonynorth said...

Now that's a handy kitchen. Great post.

Sylvia K said...

Klever and Kreative indeed!! What a great post! I love it! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Joy said...

The Komplete Kitchen, and wonderful use of windows, nothing beats a desk with a window.
I think it would be too much of a temptation for me, the coffee and biscuits would be too handy.

Changnoi said...

Sounds like my kind of kitchen!

Stan Ski said...

You've given me an idea...

Paula Scott said...

Yes, you get the 'originality' award this go-around! Very krafty indeed.

Hildred and Charles said...

I wonder if I could fit a loom and its paraphernalia into the kitchen if I dispensed with all the cooking and cleaning gear?

Lily Hydrangea said...

I like this story, sounds like a fun way to be.

Tash said...

Kitchy! (well, not really - great post - lots of fun to read!)

Roger Owen Green said...

kwite klever reuse!

KRamblin' Kwith KRoger (ABC team)

Naquillity said...

certainly a good way to make use of a not-so-used-kitchen, :)

have a great day.

Gattina said...

That's a kitchen for me !
Gattina from the ABC team

Reader Wil said...

Great kitchen. I noticed that in English "C" is often used where we in Dutch use "K".
Child= kind
church= kerk
can=kan
cork=kurk
cold=koud
cramp=kramp
choir=koor
cup=kop

Marcee said...

That's my kind of kitchen, too!!
Fantastic!

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

That sounds the kind of kitchen I'd be keen to know.

Shady Gardener said...

Hmmm. Do you not cook anything at all? Or just minimally? ;-)

magiceye said...

great allocation of space!

dana said...

Hmmmmmm, I guess I have a minimal kitchen too! Nice post as always.

Lorie Shewbridge said...

I can see why you were more fond of my Kangaroo photo than my kitchen photo.
I am fond of cooking when I am up to it which is why I cannot wait to have our new house with the big kitchen built.
Hope you enjoy the rest of the week.

Nydia said...

Super original. Being creative is a must in everyday life, right?

Kisses from Nydia.

Serline said...

A nice set of desk and window view. Enjoy your day!

Marie said...

A very interesting "conversion"....

RBroeker said...

In Germany "Frankfurter Küche" became a fix term for this. The kitchen reduced by the architect ... and filled with life by the people.

Best wishes
Ralf

Q said...

An extreamly kool kitchen I think!
The kids might think you are kinky but I think you're a krafty kitten indeed.
Happy K!
Sherry