I recently had the opportunity to partner with Drees Homes and decorate one of their gorgeous model homes’ kitchen (see more HERE). I partnered with the Indianapolis Crate and Barrel, and I’m sharing my best decor finds from Crate and Barrel.
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The kitchen is gorgeous and the perfect backdrop for decorating. I broke the kitchen into 8 different decorating areas (and I also decorated the hearth room and living just off the kitchen):
- Juice Station
- Food Prep
- Table Setting
- Baking Center
- Upper Cabinet Decor
- Kitchen Island
I rarely make smoothies and never squeeze fresh juice, but in a perfect kitchen, I would! I set up the prettiest little station, and the fresh fruit added such beautiful color to the white kitchen.
The stovetop is the center of the kitchen, so I wanted to make sure it was pretty – but useful pretty. Crate and Barrel offers a huge selection of cutting boards, kettles and dutch ovens.
This kitchen has so much working space. On the other side of the juice station, I set up a food prep area – complete with a cookbook holder.
The large island is perfect for homework, hanging out, and eating meals.
The kitchen had a separate butler’s pantry with a usable countertop. I set up a baking center complete with a fun kitchen aid mixer.
- Green Mixer
- Mixing Bowls
- Cake Stand
- Colorful Measuring Cups
- Colorful Measuring Spoons
- Chambray Dish Towel
- French Rolling Pin
- Chambray Apron
- Large Chalkboard Canister
- Medium Chalkboard Canister
- Small Chalkboard Canister
UPPER CABINET DECOR
The kitchen had beautiful upper cabinets with glass doors that were the perfect space to display pretty pieces.
The large kitchen island was definitely my favorite feature of the kitchen. Not only is there is room for people to sit and eat, but there is space for prepping food and setting up a buffet.
This room was a fun little addition to the kitchen with plenty of natural light.
This space is the perfect space to entertain with the kitchen directly behind.
Just beyond the butler’s pantry is a storage pantry that has plenty of space.
What’s your favorite Crate and Barrel decor find? I can’t pick just one!
Thank you to the Indianapolis Crate and Barrel for partnering with me on this project. Your decor pieces made the space!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Crate and Barrel. All opinions are 100% mine.
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