BOLD indeed... but fantastic!
LOVE that! And, yes, that is the frustrating part about Pinterest. People pin the entire blog instead of the specific post, so it's so hard to find the source!
Love it! It's a cool, preppy kitchen!
I like that bold color, and what looks to be a glo-ball light.I agree with you about image sources being difficult to find but you can find it with google image search if you want - as long as the original is posted on a public page online. I posted a tutorial on this last week if you would like to know to do it.http://iheartinteriors.blogspot.com/2012/01/tutorial-finding-image-source.htmlThe pictures are small, I'm going try to make them more clear at some point, but hopefully it will still be helpful.jeanine
Jeanine, thanks for posting this!! I'll hop over and learn how, I know this will be very useful! Janell
That's my favorite color! My front door is this color. It took seven trips to the paint store but I finally got what I wanted!
I love Kelly green! I pinned that same thing, but mine came with a source. Here it is:http://fromscandinaviawithlove.tumblr.com/post/655989883/photo-by-karl-anderson
That color is amazing. Always impressed with people that can go that bold on such a key part of their room.
LOVING this green!... definitely risky!...I agree: sometimes you find something SO AWESOME on Pinterest ...and there's not original link! I went so far as to stumble upon this useful and trusty website...I use this site quite a bit "Tiny eye"....you attach your image and it will search the internet and try and find its originator...genius really :)http://www.tineye.com/
Love it! Kind of like painting an accent wall but it's your kitchen!!
That is really bold, but I kinda like it. I would never have thought of that color in the kitchen.
That IS the trouble with pinterest, but the kitchen is AWESOME. I love that green!!Jenna
Bold shot of color...high ceilings...herringbone floor. Will you marry me?
Wow that is bold! Looks so great with all the white and black.
Love how fresh that green is in that Kitchen! I could never be that brave either. But it's awesome.I hate it when you can't locate a source, whether it be on Pinterest, Tumbler or another blog! I've tried TinEye (www.tineye.com) before to try to locate sources, but haven't always been successful in my attempts. So incredibly frustrating!
Love this kitchen - and yes, it gets frustrating. When adding the images to my pinterest that have been saved on my computer from years and years - I really try to find the original source or blog I got it from. It's lots of work but I know it's worth it, sometimes though I really cannot find the source and I just have to put it up there unknown.
This bold color is so awesome! Just enough to make a classy statement.
I agree with using Google image search - if you drag the photo into the search bar you can usually find the original site, or a blog citing the original source of the photo without many issues.
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