Last week you peeked into my living room… This week it’s my kitchen and dining room area! My cooking space is pretty standard issue rental… basic oak cabinets, tiny stove, tiny fridge, tiny everything… and no storage. I knew I had to get creative while also maintaining my style. See more on Clementine Daily!
Functional storage is at a premium, so I designed my own kitchen cart to help maximize counter space and to provide some much-needed storage space. Can you believe my kitchen didn’t have a single drawer before I acquired this piece?
Kitchen cart c/o Hayneedle and art print c/o Read Between The Lines.
My kitchen is a mix of industrial, functional pieces (like this magnetic knife strip) and vintage family heirlooms. This chicken was my grandmother’s from back in the day, passed down through my mom. Now I use it to hide reusable cloth napkins.
I set up this appliance station to the left of my refrigerator in a strange nook. The space proved perfect for an industrial wire rack to house my appliances and cookbooks.
Cookie jar, mug, and dishtowels from Anthropologie, petal bowl from Suite One Studio, and industrial rack from Lowe’s.
I’ve always wanted a yellow kitchen, but because I’m always on the go, I never splurge on a paint job. A jumbo-sized piece of vintage art gives me the punch of color I desire with minimal commitment. I scored these Philippe Starck chairs on Craigslist and the tablecloth is from Target.
So about the salt and pepper shakers… I bought them with my first paycheck ever, which is sort of a family tradition. My grandmother purchased an owl-shaped cookie jar with her first paycheck.
Colander from Suite One Studio, vintage pitcher, and salt and pepper shakers from Anthropologie.
Photography by the incredible Claire Hudson.
Disclosure: I received product to review for this post. However all opinions are my own, and I would never endorse something I didn’t completely love. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep Jojotastic going.