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Sunday, January 8, 2017

for the love of a house kitchen in New Hampshire Magazine




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I am excited to share with you our kitchen featured in New Hampshire Magazine!
The lovely, fun and talented Amy Mitchell of Home Glow Design also writes for New Hampshire Magazine. 
The magazine article is HERE.   Amy also did a blog post on her blog HERE
I love the history of a shaker kitchen that Amy has included in her post and think you might enjoy a different perspective of the kitchen from someone other than myself :)

With permission from the photographer Sabrina Baloun of Sabrina Cole Quinn Photography , I wanted to share with you the photos from the shoot! 






















































To read all the details of the kitchen from my earlier post HERE







64 comments:

  1. Congratulations!!!! I can see why it is featured in a magazine, it is fabulous. One amazing kitchen.

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  2. Your kitchen just might be my favorite room in your house. Oh, who am I kidding? EVERY room is my favorite room in your house. Congratulations on the publication of this lovely feature!

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    1. Thank you! And if I haven't already said this I am happy you are back in Maine:)

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  3. Congratulations! You make your state proud :)
    Are those green peppercorns in the hurricane? What a great idea! Do they perfume the room much? Your kitchen is so beautiful!

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    1. hey Stephen! Actually they are Mung beans! They are my favorite army-green and will last for ever! No smell, but peppercorns do sound interesting. Let me know if you try those;)

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  4. Hi Joan! Sabrina and I had such a wonderful time. Thank you for allowing me to profile your beautiful kitchen -- both in the mag and on my own blog. You are an inspiration to all us design hounds!

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  5. Congratulations! Your kitchen is beautiful and deserves to be appreciated by everyone.
    Happy New Year!

    xo

    Brooke

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    1. Thank you dear Brooke. That means the world to me. xxo

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  6. Love your kitchen Joan. You have such a great style. Your home is just beautiful.I would not want to change anything.

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  7. I love your kitchen, Joan. Every element was so well thought out...a master class in kitchen design. XO, Victoria

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    1. Victoria, thank you for your very lovely comment!!xxo

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  8. Your kitchen is just as pretty today as it was when you completed it. Good Design stands the test of time!

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  9. A well deserved honor. I have hours going through your blog posts and I always find myself back in the kitchen. You are an inspiration. Congratulations from North Texas.

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  10. Congratulations on having your beautiful kitchen in print! I have long admired your kitchen (Who am I kidding?? Your whole house!!!), and even sought your advice on marble counter tops when I was redoing mine. Among other things, you told me to follow my heart. I did, and I love my counter tops, which are quartzite (looks much like your marble) and the island is walnut. I only wish I had copied your stove!! I did not leave my "calling card" on your annual post, as my mother was in the hospital with pneumonia and flu, but you're one of my favorite and most respected bloggers. Happy 2017!

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    1. I hope your mother is better Rhonda. Thank you for your sweet comment. I put quartzite in a client's kitchen and it is amazing and gorgeous!

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  11. Gorgeous! What a lovely place to create memories!

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    1. Thank you Mary Anne! Memories are created on a daily basis with three silly pups!!!

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  12. I just love it and I'm so happy for you that it was published! Do you mind sourcing your waterfall blinds?

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    1. Lisa, Unfortunately the blinds have been discontinued. If you click on the "details" mentioned at the bottom of this post it will take you to a post with all the details.

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  13. I love your kitchen and would almost kill for your stove - almost. I just read an article about Shakers that said there were only two left in the US because of the celibacy. I love their style and the simplicity and usefulness of all that they do. Patty

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    1. Patty, I'm gonna have to fight you over my stove:) It really is a gem to cook on!

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  14. Your kitchen is so beautiful, I remember when you first shared it. I LOVE the dishes in the drawers! Do you have a seperate dining room? Apart from the eat in kitchen, I mean. Congratulations on the feature, it is definitely well deserved!!!

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    1. Thank you Pinky! Yes, we have a formal dining room. If you go to my side bar you will find a photo link for it. Click on it and you will see the dining room. xxo

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  15. Joan,

    I NEVER, EVER get tired of looking at your kitchen...perfection from every angle!

    Deirdre has a few days off (she's now an oncology nurse at Yale-New Haven Hospital) and will be up visiting the horses at camp in Chesterfield, NH and Ruth is on her way to Florida!

    Have a great week!

    Mary
    Fairfield, Ct.

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    1. xxo to you Mary and Ruth! I still love the story on how we became friends;);)

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  16. Congratulations! You deserve to be in ALL kitchen publications! The photos are beautiful but your everyday styling is more cozy and appealing to me. Just sayin...

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  17. Congratulations on the article. It's fun to see some different views of your incredible kitchen.
    xo,
    Karen

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it Karen. xxo Happy New Year!

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  18. Congratulations! It's one of the most beautiful kitchens I've seen and so is your home. I have to confess I copied your shaker cabinets as well and the pewter cup drawer pulls when we remolded our kitchen in 2013. I wanted the marble counter tops as well, but I was unable convience my husband, so I settled for Granite (Exidus). I always look forward to your posts.

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    1. I am honored to have been copied Linda!! I'm sure your granite is beautiful!!

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  19. I agree!! It is soo beautiful and has a nice clean look that we all love! It is a design that appeals to the majority! It makes us all want to be there with you. Did you design everything? The darker counters on one part and lighter ones on the other....stunning!

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    1. I did Alice! Dog bed (thought not in these photos) and all!!! xxo

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  20. Hello Joan, It was nice watching your kitchen develop in your blog--every piece was so well thought out and chosen with taste. The prize-winning result is no wonder. My favorite luxury is the three windows behind the sink.
    --Jim

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    1. Happy New Year Jim!! Your comment made me see it from the other side, as someone who watched the whole process, so thank you for that. I usually just visualize that people are looking at the end result but you were here for the nitty gritty process. Thankfully it seems like a long time ago yet I can still remember every detail. Thank you for coming along on the ride! xxo

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  21. ...thrilling!...blessings...laney

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    1. thank you sweet laney! and thank you for your Christmas card. xxo

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  22. It is such a hard working beauty.... and deserves the accolades! Never tire of soaking in all of the details! Beautiful images! They did a stellar job❤

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    1. and you've been in the kitchen... and the fridge!!!!! xxo

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  23. Such a gorgeous one of a kind kitchen!!! The detailing & the fireplace are to die for!!! Congratulations!!

    Paige.Rose
    from
    www.TheQuaintSanctuary.blogspot.com

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  24. Just ordered that issue , I did not know there was a NH magazine. I will have to check with my daughter in Jackson to see if she subscribes. Your kitchen is a dream, I am not much of a cook but would love to just making cups of tea there. Congratulations.

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    1. yes, tea taste pretty good in there every morning Mary!!

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  25. MANY MANY MANY MANY Rounds of applause Joan! Congrats! So deserving!

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    1. thank you Artie! Love that you've been in the kitchen too!

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  26. Congratulations, Joan! Love your kitchen, love your house! Oh yeah, and love your yard too!

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  27. Hi Joan. Great article. Congratulations on a job well done. As a lover of rescue dogs, please check out Wink's Wish FB page. Wink was adopted by a young woman in my town, Raymond, MS. She adopted him after he was severely beaten. The story of their journey to Winks recovery from his injuries is amazing. I think you will fall for Wink too!

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    1. Omgosh Isla... what an amazing rescue story of precious Wink. I hope his abusers get the karma coming to them. Thank you for sharing. xxo

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    2. I'm sure there will be posts on his FB page regarding his upcoming surgery. Stay tuned and stay hopeful!

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  28. Gorgeous!!! Happy New Year from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

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  29. Love it, every single touch - nicely done - elegant, functional, warm.

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  30. Always loved your kitchen - it's timeless! Please tell us your secret in keeping it spotless - where do you hide all the little elves :) Congratulations!

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  31. Beautiful photos of a beautiful kitchen! I liked seeing it from the different vantage points and connectivity between the rooms. No doggie bed, I noticed too!?

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  32. Your kitchen ranks Number Uno with me! I did my best to recreate the look when we remodeled our kitchen 4 yrs ago. Of course, my budget was ever present but I'm happy with my new kitchen. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  33. I love your copper roof. I don't know if this is where I comment - had a little trouble finding the comment section. Anyway, love your blog, love your precious puppies and your beautiful old home. We also live in an old home (1939) and the section of our town has many old homes that have bay windows with copper roofs. Love them as they age. Your blog is wonderful and is great inspiration.

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  34. Just found this blog and my first thought was "Aw thats not fair!" But I can't stop looking. LOVE it. Still saying not fair though...;)

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