|Kitchen decorated by Sheila Bridges, photographed by Annie Schlechter. Artwork by Schulman added via digital simulation to give you decorating inspiration for your own home decor.|
In the summer 2013 edition of House Beautiful, Sheila Bridges uses a Swedish blue color palette and lots of decorating tricks to maximize style in her small New York City apartment. You don't need a kitchen island when you can hang an antique pot rack on the wall. This frees up counter storage and creates sculptural wall decor on a counter-less wall. Add a bit of color underneath the pot rack with original artwork. My pelican painting adds sunny yellow and watercolor blue to the otherwise monochromatic color palette of this small kitchen.
|Hemlock paint by Benjamin Moore|
|polished Nickel Drawer pulls by Restoration Hardware|
|The designer painted her wood floors white to save money in tiles or refinishing. You can too and use Farrow & Ball's All White.|
|Invest in the original watercolor by Miriam Schulman or collect an affordable fine art print of this pelican art.|
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