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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

I've been a fan of artist Morgan West's work - and her excellent site, Panda Head - for about as long as I've been blogging. One of my favorite features? Her series on kitchen sinks, which allows readers a glimpse into a space many of us overlook. (And who wouldn't be interested to know what the Food52 sink looks like, or Molly Yeh's, or Emily Hilliard's?) It's intriguing, refreshing, surprisingly intimate.


See the entire series on Morgan's blog, Panda Head, here. Happy Tuesday!

13 comments:

Ione said...

Such a cool idea. Thanks for the intro!

stateandoccupation.com said...

I need that measurements print! And a pink kitchen!

tara said...

So pretty! I read the blog my favorite and my best (MFAMB) and she shares a lot of beautiful kitchens/bathrooms/homes and I can't get enough. I love seeing how other people decorate/live!

Anonymous said...

LOVE HER.

Shoko said...

Dakota, yes and yes.

Cory said...

What an awesome idea for a series!

rachel dg said...

i have just recently (in the past week or so) become a little obsessed with what my kitchen sink is looking like, while also drooling over other's. i'm excited to check this out!

rachel said...

i have just recently (in the past week or so) become a little obsessed with what my kitchen sink is looking like, while also drooling over other's. i'm excited to check this out!

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burntfeather said...

Sink collections are definitely a fun idea and probably pretty accurate at describing personalities too :P

Tiffany said...

that is brilliant! i had no idea of this series of photographs!

i like to collect pictures of doors and entryways

Rasheeda Ali said...

Hehehe, as of now: I'm following blogs focused on closets, bathrooms/vanities, bookcases, small living spaces, unconventional living spaces, minimalist design, office spaces, bedrooms and now, over-the-sink-spaces! I love ALL of them. And no, I don't read them all everyday, though I seriously wish I could sit at my desk for hours and do just that. Thank you for the link Shoko! Cheers!

Trish said...

I need that framed conversions chart (esp. British measurements to American measurements)! Genius.

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