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Wanted: In My Kitchen!

April 3rd, 2012 | Posted by Holly Waterfall in Uncategorized

I don’t know about you, but I have a wishlist that’s a mile long.  If you were to look through my full wishlist, I can guarantee that over half of those things would be for my kitchen.  Unfortunately though, we just have a small apartment kitchen that is absolutely filled to the brim.  Until we buy a house and get some more space, these items will have to just stay on the wishlist, and I’m ok with that.  But hey, it’s fun for a girl to dream, yeah?

I love seeing other people’s “wants”.  As an online community, we rely on a lot of pictures and stories to get a feel of our blogging friends.  Believe me, I wish I could invite you all over for dinner so you could see my place, but I’m pretty confident that 5,000 or so of you would feel a little crammed in our 2 bedroom, 1000 sq/ft apartment.  Once we have a big house, you’re all invited, but until then, you’ll have to use my wishlist as a way to see a bit inside my mind and personality.

This is, by no means, a comprehensive list of kitchen wants, but it’s definitely a start.

Textiles & Prints

Etsy

West Elm

West Elm

Storage & Organization

Le Creuset

Uncommon Goods

Crate and Barrel

West Elm

Food Prep & Gadgets

Crate and Barrel

West Elm

King Arthur Flour

King Arthur Flour

Zoku

Big Ticket Item

I know an electric grill is not prime, but since we live in an apartment, they ban gas and charcoal grills.  Because of that, we haven’t been able to grill up veggie burgers, hot dogs, fish, or veggies at all in the past couple of years.  I would love to be able to grill again in the summer, even if it is on an electric grill!

Charbroil

I want to hear about your wishlist!

What’s on it?!

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