For the amount of praise that’s going to come Good Homes’ way, it’s only fair that I begin this post with a caveat: this is neither a sponsored post nor am I associated in any way with BBC Good Homes. Now, tell me, have you run through the March edition of Good Homes? Yes? You beat me to it :( If not, do it now. I just flipped through the pages, and can’t get enough of it. It’s a keeper if you are planning to renovate your kitchen, moving into a new home, looking for ways to organizing your kitchen efficiently all the time (like me!)..phew! isn’t that basically anyone who spends at least 10 minutes a day in the kitchen. And, I’m guessing that would be you!
On this trip, Ikea/all the home stores were on the top of my go-to list before the touristy stuff. I made a board on Pinterest of the things I need to buy that you don’t get easily in India – stuff like peg boards, shelf organizers and such. Imagine my delight when my wishlist gets translated into one issue of Good Homes of all the things I have been dreaming of.
What do you think of this white kitchen? For me, it may be a bit too much to handle, but I totally love it. How about you?
Isn’t this cute kitchen tool guide illustrated well?
Someone once told me that having a good knife is half the prep done. Got one from Chicago Cutlery.
This is the kind of peg board system I have been on the lookout for to segregate my pots and pans. This is from Hafele.
The issue also features some COLORFUL homes, which are a feast to the eyes. A sampler below …..
Isn’t this swing charming?
BBC Good Homes March issue