Hooked on Fabulous Faucets

by hookedonhouses on August 6, 2009


Welcome to Hooked on Fridays, a blog party I host at the end of each week to celebrate the things that make us happy. I’ve been shopping for a new kitchen faucet and clipping photos of my favorites. Here are a couple that appeal to me (from BHG and HB), but there are so many fabulous faucets to choose from that I can’t seem to pick just one!

Okay, so it doesn’t help that I’m an indecisive person in general. It’s true. I can think the smallest decisions to death (which is why my blog is still plain black and white–choosing one design and logo for Hooked on Houses is tough for me!).


The Designer Plumbing Outlet is giving away a Moen Aberdeen Kitchen Faucet in Oil Rubbed Bronze, which got me all excited. I wonder how this would look in my kitchen? The bronze might look really nice with my white cabinets and black countertops, don’t you think?

The faucet retails for $556 and sells at DPO for $361.40. Click here for giveaway details if you could use a new faucet yourself!


You also might notice the links I’ve got in my right sidebar for faucets. Talk about fabulous! If you’re shopping for a faucet, too, then those links are a good place to start.

Now it’s your turn to tell us what you’re hooked on today! If you have something to share with us on your blog, then add your link below. Just please be sure to:

  1. Add the permalink to the specific blog post, not your general blog address.
  2. Include what you’re hooked on in parentheses after your blog name. Ex: The Red Cottage (antiques)
  3. Link back to the party from your post so that your readers can come and see what everyone else is talking about today!
  4. Visit as many of the other participants as possible and leave comments! That’s what a blog party is all about!
  5. Double-check to make sure your link works and goes to the right page so it doesn’t get deleted! If you come back and see your link is gone, re-read these rules and try again.

Hooked on Fridays Participants

1. Porch Days (my hammock)
2. TidyMom (The WhiteRabbit)
3. Tamara
4. daily decorator
5. Atticmag (Hooked Houses!)
6. Kate @ Stolen Moments (recipe re-creations)
7. Linda @ Restyled Home
8. A Simple Walk (little love notes)
9. Beachbrights (Chapter Three, Our Adoption Story)
10. Becky K.@ Hospitality Lane
11. Things That Inspire (Tudor and English Houses)
12. Terry – DIY Mirrored/Screen/Headboard
13. Oops I Craft My Pants-Crafts
14. Ms.Tee (decorating with Firefly Hill Style)
15. Amanda @ Serenity Now {Pretty, Inexpensive Entertaining}
16. cristin @ simplified bee (giveaway – skincare travel kit)
17. Britt @ A Penny Saved – $987 Kitchen Remodel
18. Your home, only better (B.Y.O. Lobster Party!)
19. pk@room remix (monograms)
20. ABEACHCOTTAGE ~ Giveaway ~
21. sue-in-sydney {hooked on poetry}
22. Daly Essentials(White)
23. Claudia @ DipityRoad (Silver Lake)
24. Edwina
25. Arleen @ Seasons for All at Home (Airy Blue and Green)
26. Sew Pink (upholstered chairs)
27. Olive Rue (Mothology)
28. The Stylish House (Wallpaper BUZZ!)
29. Happy Nester /Hooked on Cricut
31. Erika hooked on Crafts!
32. Flower Patch Farmgirl (farm towns)
33. ImagineCozy (tabletops)
34. SuzyHomemaker (designer golf carts)
35. Newlyweds (blogiversary)
36. Amy @ The Lemon Cottage
37. Ashleys Busy ( New Design )
38. Our Nifty Notebook (Yearbook Pics)
39. Struggling to be Stylish (Free HTML tip sheet)
40. lucy@fourwallsandaroof (cool San Fran house tour)
42. Caroline@FOREVER VINTAGE(chandeliers)
43. ~Really Rainey~ {Las Vegas}
44. graceful creative {hooked on tea parties}
45. m – tales from an oc cottage{roses everywhere!}
46. Embellished Bayou (Spray Paint)
47. The Thrifty Home {Hooked on FREE music and FREE offers}
48. Cass @ That Old House (French Giveaway!)
49. It Feels Like Chaos (stores)
50. Wayfaring Wanderer {Hk’d on FUNGI}
51. Victoria @ DesignTies (I’m Hooked on Michelle!)
52. Jillian@Housewears(hooked on trade show shopping)
53. alea @ Premeditated leftovers (frosted brownies)
54. Why S? @ The House on Red Hill (new taxes)
55. Joan@anythinggoeshere: spice bottle photo holders
56. Alfazema
57. Styling by Coty Farquhar – Hooked on BLOSSOMS
58. The Blushing Hostess
59. Christy(Delightful Giveaway)
60. Steady Mom – meeting my daughter in India
61. Tracey @ Girls to Grow (Treasured Possession)
62. janice | Sharing the Journey{hked on my kitchen table}
63. Dagny @ Beautiful Living (hooked on Norwegian Mountain Spa’s!)
64. Lisa @ A Stitch of Faith (Inspirational)
65. Linda @ Lime in the Coconut {simple fishing hut…ahhh}
66. Liz @ It’sLiz @ IGTBH (contemporary living room – design consult)
67. Creations (new craft project)
68. Results of Implemented Free Advice
69. Tara @ Feels like Home (a video)
70. Kelli@JOY(hooked on sweetness)
71. Carolina Mama (TaxFree & Free Shipping)
72. Ashley @ A Hasty Life (Las Vegas)
73. Amy (Safari Kids’ Tote)
74. Jennifer Dawn
75. Becky @ Farmgirl Paints
76. deidra@jumping tandem {Maggie!}
77. Morning T (yellow interiors)
78. Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship (Birthday, Nursing, and Free Stuff!)
79. JoAnn
80. LaurelStreet: Hooked on Source Collection
81. elizabeth@alizardsdailyjourney.typepad.com
82. Trish@TheOldPostRoad (parkitecture)
83. Geri@heartnsoulcooking
84. TheLittleBeanBlog (Fresh Summer Cooking)
85. CelebrityDigs (Tony Curtis’ Midcentury House)
86. Fruit of the Womb (price matching)
87. RehabOrDie.com — Hooked on “Flying Flowers”
88. Amy @ Living Locurto (Hooked on Cooking & Giveaway)
89. Fifi Flowers hooked on Paris & legwear! GIVEAWAY too!
90. Candi @ Candace Rose
91. Jamie – Hooked on Lavender
92. Tara @ Home Again…
93. Florida Sue-hooked on color
94. The Red Chair Blog (Old Book Photo Frames)
95. Pam at This Humble House (Yumi Art)
96. Debbykay @ Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm (Fabulous French Hats)
97. Jeanette (hooked on Mrs. Howard design style)
98. Diann @ The Thrifty Groove (herbed vinegars)

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christy August 6, 2009 at 8:50 pm

I can’t believe I’m the first commenter! Watch, while I’m writing this someone will trump me. Better type fast.

I love nice faucets – the one you featured above is pretty, but I’m just a silver finish type of girl myself. I bet it would lovely in your house though! But ohmygosh they’re expensive aren’t they!? Fabulous hooked on party Julia, as always!!

ps – I, for one, love the black and white design on this site. I think there’s a reason most web sites are black font on white backgrounds – they’re the easiest to read!
.-= christy´s last blog ..A spectacular before AND after =-.

Porch Days August 6, 2009 at 8:51 pm

There are so many choices in faucets these days. No wonder it is hard to make a decision! We recently did a kitchen redo and I love my acrylic sink and high, satin, nickel plated faucet. Good luck choosing!
.-= Porch Days´s last blog ..Lazy Days in the Hammock =-.

Tamara August 6, 2009 at 8:51 pm

I love the faucets you chose! Very modern with those clean lines. Sorry about not putting my description after my name…….my mistake. I’ll put it here. Hooked on Fall, Family and Friends :)

Have a great WEEKEND!
.-= Tamara´s last blog ..Hooked on Fall, Friends and Family =-.

Atticmag August 6, 2009 at 8:52 pm

Julia, you and Jane F. MUST have a chat! She is our faucet Queen and just picked out one for her new kitchen re-do. Word of caution on Oil Rubbed Bronze – if it is a true ORB, remember it is a living finish and will change over time. Others (like Delta Venetian Bronze) are permanent finishes and quite beautiful if I do say so myself (have 2 of them).
Jane T.
.-= Atticmag´s last blog ..Hooked on Houses =-.

Linda@ Restyled Home August 6, 2009 at 8:53 pm

I, too, love the bridge style faucets! I think you couldn’t go wrong with one of those…one would look perfect in your beautiful kitchen!!

.-= Linda@ Restyled Home´s last blog ..Like No Other… =-.

Things That Inspire August 6, 2009 at 8:59 pm

I recently did a mini-update to my kitchen, as my 21 year old fridge and ovens died. I replaced the fridge and ovens with stainless, had the kitchen cabinets painted white, put in new hardware….and changed out the kitchen faucet! I picked one in stainless, similar to the one you feature. I was tempted to go with the pretty style with the hot and cold handles, but decided I did not want the extra complexity of having to mix hot and cold to get warm!
.-= Things That Inspire´s last blog ..Tudor and English Style Houses =-.

Becky K. August 6, 2009 at 9:01 pm

I love to look at faucets while Warren looks in the electronics or plumbing sections of home improvement stores. They have changed so much over the years.

Thanks for hosting Hooked On…

Becky K.
Hospitality Lane
.-= Becky K.´s last blog ..Hooked on Pottery =-.

Ms.Tee August 6, 2009 at 9:02 pm

I really like the faucet in the second photo – lovely! Have a good weekend, Julia :0)
.-= Ms.Tee´s last blog ..Hooked On… Firefly Hill Style =-.

Amanda @ Serenity Now August 6, 2009 at 9:07 pm

I love that faucet! I won’t enter and screw up your chances of winning. ;) Thanks so much for hosting another fabulous week of Hooked On fun!!! :)
.-= Amanda @ Serenity Now´s last blog ..Thrifty Thursday: It’s Chic to Be Cheap {23} =-.

Susan August 6, 2009 at 9:07 pm

Oh great, another pic of a lovely white kitchen for me to drool over. And the faucets are just the jewelry that makes them extra special! Great post!
.-= Susan´s last blog ..B.Y.O. Lobster Party =-.

Emily@remodelingthislife August 6, 2009 at 9:09 pm

I will never tire of kitchens with subway tile. I know, you were focusing on the faucets and I was all about the backsplash :)
.-= Emily@remodelingthislife´s last blog ..Slipping Away =-.

Cristin August 6, 2009 at 9:10 pm

There are so many great faucet options out there. Love it!

.-= Cristin´s last blog ..Perfect Function – Mick de Giulio Kitchen Design =-.

pk @ room remix August 6, 2009 at 9:15 pm

I can totally relate to the “not being able to make up your mind” problem. I see so many things in my work and love many of them so I can never seem to just decide on one thing! I do like the bronze faucet…
.-= pk @ room remix´s last blog ..Jennifer Flanders Hampton Designer Showhouse Bedroom =-.

Daly Essentials August 6, 2009 at 9:24 pm

I love that faucet in the second pic — I really like the whole kitchen for that matter!!
.-= Daly Essentials´s last blog ..White Inspiration =-.

Rebecca August 6, 2009 at 9:27 pm

I love that kitchen photo with the lime green accents and the green hydrangea blossoms on the counter. That whole room is just gorgeous.
The CT Traveler
.-= Rebecca´s last blog ..Yale Peabody Museum =-.

Why S? August 6, 2009 at 9:29 pm

I love old vintage style faucets as well as high-tech contemporary faucets. I wish that I had thought of installing a foot pedal system like in a hospital. I read somewhere that someone had done that and it seemed like the best idea. I don’t always want to get my wet, soapy hands on the fixture and if both hands are holding a big pot or something, I feel that I waste a lot of water until I can position a free hand to turn it off.
.-= Why S?´s last blog ..Franz Marc and The Yellow Cow =-.

Jenny K August 6, 2009 at 9:40 pm

That top faucet is a lot like mine! We love it!
.-= Jenny K´s last blog ..New Craft Room Inspirations =-.

The Stylish House August 6, 2009 at 9:42 pm

I am designing a kitchen similar to yours. It will have white beadboard cabinets, black countetops and a stainless steel Semi-Pro pull down faucet. It is a great look, classic and chic! Enjoy your weekend.
.-= The Stylish House´s last blog ..Wallpaper Buzz! =-.

Monica August 6, 2009 at 9:43 pm

Thanks for hosting.
I love faucets too. I like to think of them as the jewelery to the kitchen.

Arleen @ Seasons for All at Home August 6, 2009 at 10:00 pm

Hi Julia. Faucets are such a unique detail and a perfect way to express design preferences. Subtle but always there! As always, thank you for hosting Hooked on Fridays! ~Arleen
.-= Arleen @ Seasons for All at Home´s last blog ..Decorating with Airy Blue and Green =-.

Shannan August 6, 2009 at 10:06 pm

What a beautiful kitchen! I couldn’t get over how expensive faucets were when we did ours. I ended up with a budget-friendly option from Lowes – and then found it even cheaper on Ebay. Drat! My #1 priority was to have just one lever. Those vintage-style faucets are beautiful, but imagine having to finagle two knobs to get the temp you wanted!
.-= Shannan´s last blog ..Never Leaving – Part II =-.

Suzy August 6, 2009 at 10:09 pm

I love searching for the ultimate faucet. Unfortunately, the one I want is never in my price range. Just had to settle for the best price fit when doing our gourmet kitchen.
Thanks for the post!
.-= Suzy´s last blog ..Hooked on Designer Golf Carts….. =-.

Jenny August 6, 2009 at 10:44 pm

Beautiful facet! It wouldn’t look good in my kitchen, but maybe I could win it are redesign my whole kitchen around it. LOL, just kidding. Great giveaway though.
.-= Jenny´s last blog ..The Good & The Bad =-.

Struggler August 6, 2009 at 10:55 pm

I saw a kitchen faucet advertised recently where you just have to touch any part of it and it comes on (like the touchable lamps, I guess). That seemed pretty handy, when you’re fingers are covered in gunk/pastry/whatever!
OK, I found a link – seems I was thinking of Delta, but I’m sure there are others.
.-= Struggler´s last blog ..Free HTML tip sheet =-.

lucyatfourwallsandaroof August 6, 2009 at 11:03 pm

I know what you mean about making decisions. Not helped by the fact that faucets are so expensive! That’s why this giveaway tip is great! (Like that second kitchen pic by the way – the blue behind the cupboards is great).
.-= lucyatfourwallsandaroof´s last blog ..These four walls: house tour =-.

~Really Rainey~ August 6, 2009 at 11:58 pm

Hi Julia! I just love participating in your Hooked on Fridays Party! Its been so much fun! Thanks so much! Have a wonderful weekend!
~Really Rainey~
.-= ~Really Rainey~´s last blog ..Foodie Friday & Hooked on Fridays =-.

Jen August 7, 2009 at 12:18 am

Faucets not only have to look good, they have to be functional. So worth the extra money to get a good one.

Alea August 7, 2009 at 2:13 am

The second thing I noticed about my house was the nice faucets (the first was the view). I saw the house without my husband (the beauty of a POA) and he kept calling from some undisclosed location and asking silly questions about the water heater and wiring, when all I wanted to talk about were the lovely faucets (and the view).
.-= Alea´s last blog ..There Must be a 50 Ways to Frost a Brownie =-.

Joan@anythinggoeshere August 7, 2009 at 2:48 am

At this point I would just like a faucet that doesn’t leak! If I could have a fabulous one that would be great and I’d certainly become hooked on that!
.-= Joan@anythinggoeshere´s last blog ..We have a Winner! =-.

Coty Farquhar August 7, 2009 at 3:52 am

Hi Julia,
Just in from a busy week of work and have missed being a part of your great parties, hope your well and having a lovely summer over there.

I love taps too, except, don’t ever ask you father to fix your taps for you, a couple of weeks ago he added a new washer to stop a little drip on all my taps in the house and has left horrible scratch marks on all my taps with his bloody wrench… SCREAM……

xx Coty
.-= Coty Farquhar´s last blog ..Snow blossoms – come and visit a beautiful winter garden near my home =-.

janice August 7, 2009 at 6:19 am

We call them taps and the one in the photo is very much like ours. We got one that had a simple lever like surgeons use so that I could use it easily with a toddler on my hip.

I completely understand your overwhelm at choosing something for your blog that expresses you – you have such an artist’s eye and there so many possibilities! But I’m sure it’ll be beautiful. You can always rotate the banners with it being a Thesis theme; that way you don’t need to choose just one!

Melanie August 7, 2009 at 6:44 am

I feel your pain about the decisions…when we got new countertops, we got a new sink and of course faucet…I spent more time looking at faucets than the countertops :)

I choose a very sleek and simple one and it makes me happy every day. Make sure you choose one that makes you smile. After all, ya have to do dishes there !

Ashley August 7, 2009 at 6:49 am

I Julia! Thanks for stopping by and thanks for posting such great kitchen photos. I never tire of beautiful white kitchens :)
.-= Ashley´s last blog ..My BIG Announcement =-.

Dagny @ Beautiful Living August 7, 2009 at 7:08 am

I’m completely hooked on faucets as well! They’re such an important part of the kitchen! :) My hook this week was Norwegian Mountain Spa’s and one in particular is out of this world! (decor as well)
.-= Dagny @ Beautiful Living´s last blog ..OFF TOPIC: Why you don’t take your hubby shopping at Target =-.

Liz @ It's Great To Be Home August 7, 2009 at 7:37 am

Whoops, my name got a little crazy on Mr. Linky! Sorry about that. :) P.S. I’m loving that blue and white kitchen!!
.-= Liz @ It’s Great To Be Home´s last blog ..Design Consult: A Living Room To Love =-.

Kristin August 7, 2009 at 8:10 am

I like the one in the 2nd pic. The turquoise on the backs of the cabinets is divine. Love my black and white. It’s classic, never goes out of style and when your mood changes you can add any color to the combo for a change.

Carolina Mama August 7, 2009 at 8:15 am

Good things! Love the faucet in the Giveaway! We are fans of brushed looking beautiful things. Thanks for the awesome Hooked on Fridays! Have a great weekend!
.-= Carolina Mama´s last blog ..Enjoy Tax Free Weekend! (and some Free Shipping) =-.

Becky @ Farmgirl Paints August 7, 2009 at 8:53 am

I’d love a new faucet. I really like the tall ones that the faucet end comes off so you can hold it in your hand. Great description huh? Have a great weekend.
.-= Becky @ Farmgirl Paints´s last blog ..Biking for Ice Cream! =-.

Victoria @ DesignTies August 7, 2009 at 9:35 am

I hooked on beautiful faucets too, Julia… they’re the bling and jewelery of the kitchen!!
Victoria @ DesignTies
.-= Victoria @ DesignTies´s last blog ..I’m Hooked on Michelle! =-.

Kathy August 7, 2009 at 10:16 am

I put oil rubbed bronze fixtures in my Master bath a couple of years ago and I love them. They still look great and I would love them in my kitchen.

AnNicole@OurSuburbanCottage August 7, 2009 at 11:38 am

I think the curtain in that first photo is quite possibly the cutest curtain I’ve ever seen! Oh, and I’m with you on the logo thing. I want to update my blog look, but I think I would drive a designer nuts with all of my tweaking and indecision.

Have a great weekend!
.-= AnNicole@OurSuburbanCottage´s last blog ..Anthropologie Girl =-.

bungalowbliss August 7, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Ha, Julia, I am with you on overanalyzing even the smallest decision. But, hey, it’s all in the details, right? ;-)

I am SMITTEN with deck-mounted faucets. There is something so classy, clean, and old-school about them. Can’t wait to add one to my kitchen!
.-= bungalowbliss´s last blog ..She’s Ready for her Close-Up! =-.

RehabOrDie August 7, 2009 at 12:18 pm

If anyone is interested, I’ve can dig up links for the outfit that we bought are large professional commercial style faucet and sprayer. It was very heavy duty, pretty, and amazingly affordable (a fraction of HD and higher quality).

You can sort of see it here, but I really need a
.-= RehabOrDie´s last blog ..Finches finches everywhere =-.

Amy @ Living Locurto August 7, 2009 at 12:23 pm

New faucets would be a great way to update a kitchen or bathroom. I think I’m hooked too!
.-= Amy @ Living Locurto´s last blog ..Mini BBQ Beef Pies =-.

Fifi Flowers August 7, 2009 at 12:28 pm

FAB kitchen! J’adore kitchens!
BTW… email moi if you have any SPECIAL ad rates!!!
ENJOY your weekend!
.-= Fifi Flowers´s last blog ..Get a Leg Up… =-.

Jamie Goldberg, AKBD, CAPS August 7, 2009 at 2:02 pm

Check out Roh’s Integrated Filter Faucets for the added benefit of purified water, plus great style!

Candy @ SoBella Creations August 7, 2009 at 2:09 pm

The faucet was one of the first things I changed in my house. Our kitchen had a very low faucet. I knew we needed something nice and high. Esp since we have one of those pur filters attached to the faucet.
.-= Candy @ SoBella Creations´s last blog ..Daisy Scouts =-.

Misti England August 7, 2009 at 2:46 pm

Ugh! I want to change every faucet in our house! I just have to wait a few more years, so the house is not “new” anymore– to convince my husband. WOW! Your link party has gotten so huge! I have been out of the loop, painstakingly trying to finish my online course. It’s brutal! Can’t wait to finish so that I can get back to blogging.

Have a great weekend, Julia!
.-= Misti England´s last blog ..I Confess my Love of… =-.

Cass @ That Old House August 7, 2009 at 8:11 pm

Timely post! My hideous old faucet is leaking and the finish is chipping away. I am having a hard time choosing a new one — too many wonderful ones to choose from. Thanks for the link to the online outlet — great savings!!!
.-= Cass @ That Old House´s last blog ..Ooh la la — A Giveaway, a Summer Salad, and a Big Tease =-.

Terry Kearns August 7, 2009 at 8:19 pm

The best thing about expensive faucets is that they work better from day one and last many times longer that your standard big box $100 faucet. So they are a great value.
.-= Terry Kearns´s last blog ..Making a headboard from a screen – with "mirrors" =-.

Debbykay August 7, 2009 at 11:51 pm

Love all the white cupboards–it makes the kitchens so cheery and fresh! The yellow and the hydranga green are perfect compliments to the white. The vintage style faucet is fabulous with the “vintage nouveau” kitchen designs!

Have a great weekend!
.-= Debbykay´s last blog ..Heavenly French Lavender =-.

Florida Sue August 8, 2009 at 8:32 am

Urgh..I thought I had left a comment to say how happy I am with my new Price Pfister 529-7DSS Treviso Single Handle Kitchen Faucet with Pull-Down Spray and Soap Dispenser, Stainless Steel, that I ordered from Amazon, but I see that I did not not. My blog was blocked yesterday for a short time by Google for unknown reasons, so I couldn’t even get the correct URL for my post. Basically, I apologize for screwing up.
.-= Florida Sue´s last blog ..P Is For PINK =-.

Jeanette August 8, 2009 at 9:58 am

Faucets can be very fascinating and costly the more unique the style is. It is fun way to accessorize your kitchen.

I am currently hooked on the design style of Mrs. Howard and am very anxious to take a road trip to Charlotte, NC just to check out her new shop.

Have a great weekend!
.-= Jeanette´s last blog ..Mrs. Howard goes to Charlotte… =-.

Cheri Peoples August 9, 2009 at 11:18 am

What a cute curtain–spoons and forks are so big right now.

Sorry-I’ve been out of commission — terribly sick for over a week– but do you want to know how I cut my grocery bill in half? go to Cut your grocery bills now plus I have a give a way and a new Mr Linky party starting tomorrow but Mr Linky will be up by 8 p.m. tonight

Its So Very Cheri
.-= Cheri Peoples´s last blog ..Give-a-way, KNOCK OFF KNOCK OUT, quotes of the week, AND grocery shopping tips =-.

Grohe March 31, 2010 at 4:42 pm

Is it too late to add stuff to the “hooked on” stuff list mentioned above?

hookedonhouses March 31, 2010 at 4:55 pm

Sorry, Jackie, but that blog party was from last year and is closed to new entries. -Julia

Laurie Santurbano October 21, 2010 at 10:53 pm

Hi Julia,

I emailed you 2 years ago with a list of movies that I would like to see. I haven’t seen any of them yet! I have some new ones for you if you can’t find the others I asked for:

“Stella ” with Barbara Stanwick ( double staircase)

“Jezebel” with Bette Davis (Plantation House. Front of house and inside)

“The 2 Mr. Kissels (John Stamo’s Mansion. Outside and inside long hallway and living rooms)

“Hush” with Jessica Lange ( Kitchen, entrance and staircase)

“The Witches of Eastwick” with Cher. (Jack Nicolson’s kitchen).

“Zombieland” (Kitchen and Living rooms)


hookedonhouses October 22, 2010 at 6:44 am

If it makes you feel any better, I’ve written a post about “Zombieland” that’s coming soon. Thanks for the suggestions! -Julia :-)

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