A Kitchen Quiz...

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A Kitchen Quiz...
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Mon, 02-18-2008 - 9:11am

Are you Elegant or Contemporary? Cottage or Country?

Take this fun interactive quiz to find out!

Knowing which styles appeal to you most makes it easier to talk to design professionals and choose the materials, appliances, fixtures and design elements that will truly make your kitchen a dream kitchen.



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Mon, 02-18-2008 - 9:12am

While I'm not sure about the quiz style, I think it nailed my preferences pretty good!:

You are mostly French Provincial

You realize that the words "rustic" and "chic" are not mutually exclusive. The French provincial kitchen is a perfect blend of simple elegance and practicality. Rustic and earthy elements are present in the natural materials like terracotta, stone, and wood.

...but also a bit Contemporary

You are drawn to the contemporary kitchen concept because these spaces are bright, functional, and well-lit. They are less formal than traditional kitchen with softer lines than a modern kitchen. Your contemporary-style kitchen is a great space to blend neutral elements with bold accents.



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Mon, 02-18-2008 - 10:44am
Carol, what quiz?
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Mon, 02-18-2008 - 11:03am

No quiz link but I'd like a contemporary kitchen, please!



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Mon, 02-18-2008 - 7:49pm


OOOPS!

And now I can't find that link! Drat!

Try this one:

http://www.merillat.com/style/quiz/index.aspx

Where I came out "Formal Traditional": Characteristics include burnished metals, antiques and vintage, large family gatherings, elegance and grace (LOL), deep rich colors, details and accents...



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Tue, 02-19-2008 - 12:13pm
lol my tastes run to "Formal, traditional" although my life runs to "chaos with crayon"

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Sun, 03-02-2008 - 4:30pm

I found the link! LOL

http://www.merillat.com/style/quiz/index.aspx



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