a day in the life | a view of my kitchen and laundry room

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  1. Paula says:

    Beth, thanks for the tour. Love the red accents. Also love the heart sweater.

  2. Jo-Ann Mazliach says:

    Beth, it is so great of you to share your beautiful home with all of us.
    Love, love, love the laundry room! And the great touches in the kitchen really make it flow.
    Finally your ootd is a hit ❤️
    Feeling inspired!
    Jo-Ann

  3. Maggie says:

    You kitchen is charming. I must suggest that you store your heavy appliances like your mixer and food processor at an ergonomic height. Lifting heavy items from below knee level or above shoulder height usually results in awkward postures thus increasing the potential of a musculoskeletal injury.

  4. Susan says:

    Beth, thank you for sharing your home with us! I just realized my laundry needs a facelift! OOTD is adorable, look forward to your blog everyday. Thank you for all your wonderful ideas!

  5. Julie Mycock says:

    Hi Beth, thank you for the tour of your kitchen and laundry room, it’s lovely that you feel you can share your home with everyone. After recently moving into our new home we are getting sorted and I’m loving going through the process. Thank you again xoxo

    • Beth Djalali says:

      thanks, julie! and i bet you and graham are having fun getting your house organized and decorated. there’s nothing more fun than putting your house in order.

  6. Julianne Leistner says:

    Thanks for sharing the home tour with us, Beth! I really enjoyed all of these posts. I love the mix of functionality and style you’ve achieved in your home.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      you can have the most beautiful room but if it doesn’t pull double duty by being functional something is missing. form and function work hand in hand. thanks so much for stopping by!

  7. Mary campbell says:

    Love it especially the laundry room

  8. Sherry Shepherd says:

    Had to chuckle a bit after reading your kitchen/laundry tour. I enjoy your blog, love your style and have felt a kinship each time I read a new post. I too live in the Athens area ( Watkinsville) have short, grey hair and love a classic style. We even have the same kitchen counters.🙂. Sherry

  9. Suzanne Smith says:

    Very nice. Funny–we also removed the doors to a set of our cabinets on one wall that face our great room–the cathedral ceiling family room and dining area. I can store and display pretty items and then the cabinets that don’t face that area still have doors on them and I store canned goods and pots/pans, etc. We don’t have a pantry, but it works this way. I love your built-in shelves in your kitchen area! We painted all our cabinets white as they were a dark wood stain and I felt it darkened the room too much. It made a huge difference and highlights the pieces we put in the open shelving area. I love it.
    Your sweater/jeggings are a fun look, too.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i bet you love your white cabinets. it does brighten up a room. even though we have lots and lots of windows the house is still dark what with all of the mature trees that surround the house. white was definitely the way to go. we even painted the fireplace bricks white. love it!

  10. Marsha R says:

    Your home is very stylish, just like you. While I think style can be learned, I believe some people have an innate sense of style…and you are clearly the latter!

  11. Bette says:

    Love your laundry room ideas!
    Always love your style.
    Thank you 😊

  12. Nancy says:

    Especially loved the tour of your laundry room. I’m jealous that you have a large room to display things. I was happy to see the heart sweater. I wore a sweater today with a big red apple on it that reminded me of your sweater. I also noticed that you are letting your hair grow. I love it.

  13. lorena says:

    I like the industrial feel to the laundry room, we are working on ours and i might take some inspiration from yours.

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