Thursday, August 1, 2013

So what is cooking..?

How have you been..? I have been busy, thoughtful & engaged for last few weeks. It kept me away from blogging land. Well, it was always at the back of mind that I have been ignoring this dear blog of mine.

All Reliance TimeOut outlets at Bangalore are having a sale. Entire merchandise on the shop is on sale. Minimum discount is 25% ranging to maximum of 70%..! Go pick all those books you always eyed, thumbed, sighed  at & put back onto the shelf. Now is your chance to get them home!

I & hubby raided the Reliance Timeout outlet at RMM, Bannerghatta Road and bought home like tonnes of books! One particular book "1000-Kitchen Ideas", I had eyed for one whole year was on 70% off..! ". Obviously, it was brought home & drooled at/ continuous to be drooled at for hours together without moving an inch..!

So inspired by the lovely book, I am throwing open my kitchen to you guys!

It is open plan kitchen..We remodelled our kitchen  last year, bringing down the utility wall to make the kitchen larger. I tend to be little more experimental with colours in the kitchen..!The kitchen opens to a tiny terrace, which serves as a garden & a reading nook as well!

So come on in!


 
 
Coffee on coffee table painting done by hubby..!
 
 


 

 

 




 

 

 
Do let me know, what you think!
 
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25 comments:

Amtrips said...

I love the owl stand and the racks... beautiful spacious and so well coordinated kitchen... love the small ideas of keeping the working space creative.. :)

Aparna said...

I love your kitchen! Especially the owl holder for the ladles and the brass mortar and pestle. I see you are a fellow enthusiast when it comes to enamel-ware -- saw a couple of the karaikudi red dabbas up on a shelf :)

Aparna said...

I love your kitchen! Especially the owl holder for the ladles and the brass mortar and pestle. I see you are a fellow enthusiast when it comes to enamel-ware -- saw a couple of the karaikudi red dabbas up on a shelf :)

padmamanasa said...

@ Amtrips, Thanks for dropping by..!

padmamanasa said...

Aparna, Yes! I am a huuuuge fan of Kariakudi enamelware, You can get quite a nice collection at most of the craft fairs @ Bangalore!

Uma said...

Lovely Kitchen..loved the colours, the co-ordinated and organized look to it. Loved the Owl stand.
Would love to see the terrace garden too :-)

Preethe Natarajan said...

Lovely! Awaiting to look at the garden area..

Preethe Natarajan said...

Lovely! Awaiting to look at your garden area..

ipsita said...


awesome!!! one would develop the love for cooking if they get a kitchen this nice...:)

Pallavi S said...

Loved your kitchen!!! I would want to invite myself to take a tour of such beautiful and colourful house..

Pallavi S said...

Loved your kitchen!!!Actually I want to invite myself to take a tour of such beautiful and colourful house!!! Great creativity...

Nivedita Das Narayan said...

Lovely colors & vibrancy carries on through your home; such a delight - and also the adorable baby pics. Really truly brought a smile:)

Nivedita Das Narayan said...

your characteristic love for colors & vibrancy resonates throughout your home; such a delight to see a kitchen in those hues and those adorable baby pics- really truly brought a smile :)

Vasudha S said...

What a lovely kitchen. What should I say umm the owl spoon holder, miniature kettle cups, fan, coffee mugs everything..It must be very inspiring for you to cook and spend time with your loved ones here.

Antara said...

Loved those wooden shelves,the pictures on the walls,the lovely collection of jars and of course the Owl stand!

Aditi said...

Oh the owl stand is such a beauty! Loved hw you've done your kitchen!

Cinzy Johnson said...

First and Foremost A big salute to u for sharing ur kitchen (which many bloggers don't).....Needless to say ur kitchen is just wow!!!loved the way u have arranged everything and making it a plastic-free one(didn't find any!)......

Brinda Nilesh said...

wow such a simple,unpretentious, well organised kitchen!!loved the wooden racks and the ladder in particular :)

leena patel said...

nice.in the second last photo next to the blue jar there is a small tiffen carrier like dabba with spoon.what is it and where did you buy it from ?

Anonymous said...

Hi Padma, it was real feast for the eyes. Truely in love with your kitchen. May i know where u got the owl holder plz...

padmamanasa said...

I got the owl spoon holder online!

padmamanasa said...

Thank you all for your kind comments!

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Anonymous said...

loved the owl spoon holder. Where did you order it from?

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