Repurpose Flea Market Finds Shop flea markets and antiques stores for unusual pieces that can work as a kitchen island. This work island, made of metal and framed in wood, is a 50-year-old bakery fixture. Cleaned and sanded, it now offers a spacious top for food prep or buffet service and deep drawers and bins for closed storage.
We love stopping in at the neighborhood bakery for a special dessert. But it’s not just about the sweets – the setting is wonderful, too. How can we recreate such a feeling in our own home kitchen? These are a few touches that can bring some of that feeling home:• 1 Not just for bathrooms, we’ve spotted hex mosaic floor tile in more than a few bakeries. Here’s one home kitchen that followed the example set by bakeries and cafes.
A Quaint, Charming & Rustic Bakery Design! | Studio EM
By now most of you who read this blog will know of my love for projects that retain a certain sense of eclectic rustic charm, especially when those projects involve the design of something that you wouldn’t necessarily associate with this type of design. Today’s feature project is an awesome example of this. Th ...
Bake Shop fans !-heres another "faux vintaj" piece by sign painter/folk artist MarkZ, or Zeke. This Bakery style sign is 9 by 17 inches, is made from a 3/4 ' butcher block looking old stair tread i re- cycled, and has quite a creative natural look to it. This piece also has an old rolling pin with hand painted letters-another yard sale "pick". Colors on this Bakery style sign are vintage white, rustic red and a light olive color to the handles of the pin-it came that way, so i can't…
Sullivan Street Bakery: New York's Best Bakery Keeps Rising
If you're a serious eater living in New York City, the Sullivan Street Bakery's Jim Lahey should be one of your gustatory heroes. In recent years, Lahey and his merry band of bakers have greatly expanded beyond the initial trio of dough-based things into sandwiches and other foods that play to Lahey's strengths.