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Megan Pflug’s Kitchen Makeover + Best of the Web

by Grace Bonney


Sometimes the best design ideas come in the smallest of packages. And for me, that tiny design wonder is . She unveiled her mini kitchen makeover earlier this year, but I’ve found myself going back to this one room over and over again for inspiration and ideas. Not only has she inspired me to consider accordion sconces for our kitchen, but she’s made me want to spend hours digging around eBay and other sites to try to find a stunning little sink like this one (paired with that cute checked skirt? perfect). If you need a little makeover inspiration and want to see how her amazing kitchen came together, click to check it all out online. Until Monday, I hope you all have a wonderful and restful weekend. xo, grace



  • Face massages are literally the best physical thing I’ve ever done for myself. I get one (with a facial) maybe 1-2 times a year, but now (with gifs!) to doing one on your own and I will definitely be starting my day like this from now on.
  • is seriously smart, small and stylish. Once again, a reminder that Megan Pflug is a genius.
  • This American Life and Serial put out a brand new podcast called S-Town and you can listen to all 7 episodes at once . Goodbye, weekend productivity.
  • I can mostly get behind these , especially the soft madras and terra cotta tiles.
  • Speaking of Remodelista, I loved this home tour they ran. But ? I love anything with caning like that, but I have a feeling I’d really miss the back of a chair. But of course, this isn’t my house, so I know it really doesn’t matter what I think.
  • Is cutting board envy a thing? If so, I’ve got it big time with .


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