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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Cesare's Palace

As I was quickly flipping through the new Harper's Bazaar the other day, a story on the Italian home of shoe designer Cesare Paciotti caught my eye.  I haven't been able to stop thinking about his navy and white kitchen.  I have always loved white kitchens and probably always will.  But the white cabinets and rustic tile floor constrasted with the glossy navy stove and hood, accentuated with shiny brass hardware is just breathtaking.  Usually I don't really love the "runway to room" concepts that turn an outfit into a room, but this kitchen seems like the perfect way to infuse your home with chic nautical fashion.


See more of his home here.  The views are amazing. 

What do you think?  Would you love a navy and white kitchen?

7 comments:

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

LOVE that blue stove!

Simply Brookes: said...

Navy is always sophisticated, sharp and smart. Can't go wrong.
Thanks for posting.

The Copper Pot said...

I clicked on the link and looked at the rest of the pictures. Man, that place is a dump, eh? lol.

Alena said...

I love navy and white together. Looks fabulous in this kitchen!

The Vintique Object said...

Why yes, I WOULD love a navy and white kitchen!
That's probably the prettiest hood I've ever seen.

traci zeller designs said...

I LOVE it! But I am a bit worried that I would get tired of it before it would be time to replace the stove ...

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

I haven't thought much about navy in a kitchen but this looks great!

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