Apparently I was a good girl last year, because for Christmas I got a Kitchenaid mixer, in pistachio no less! I’ve been dreaming about this for a long time. In fact, I’ve boycotted all hand held mixers, opting to mix batters and dough with an archaic device: a wooden spoon. I was determined to call one of these my own.
I’m a huge fan of white in the kitchen, and always assumed I would end up with a white Kitchenaid. Then I saw the pistachio one and I fell head over heels. For me, it was an identity crisis. My standard has always been go classic with the things that will last and accessorize with color. My parents have had their Kitchenaid since I was small, so for me, these mixers are family heirloom material. While I love the minty green now, will I love it in 20 years? What if I want to change my kitchen colors dramatically and I’m stuck with a mint green, dated-looking Kitchenaid? I never knew I would have such color anxiety! These kitchens below helped soothe my fears; you can have a bright, white airy kitchen with color. And white kitchens can be so pretty with dashes of a pale green, mint.
Everygirl | an-magritt | The Cross Interior Design | Sarah Phipps Design | Loppe Leah | Becky Harris | Little Lessy | Mirror Mirror