The Kitchen in Practical Magic

"Summoning up a true love spell called Amas Veritas. He can flip pancakes in the air. He'll be marvelously kind. And his favorite shape will be a star. And he'll have one green eye and one blue"

Today we're inspired by this heavenly kitchen from this film. We want to use every single unique, handmade dish to whip, mix, bake, and stew every single fresh ingredient from the garden and prepare a feast upon that six foot long farmhouse table.

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I can't be the only one who got weirdly into witchcraft when I was a kid. I would tear apart my parents spice cabinet and whip together "spells" of sorts. Along with The Craft, Griffin Dunne's Practical Magic only made me more intrigued in the secret, spooky lives of witches.


I remember rewatching this movie years later and immediately going, "holy shit..this kitchen is unreal". They have a wooden farmhouse island large enough to fit a body, an entirely tiled wall framing their antique stove, glass shelves lined with gorgeous assorted glass bottles (for potions I assume), an array of dried herbs and vibrant plants, stunning windows reaching the ceiling, a ginormous porcelain farmhouse sink, intricate cabinet detailing, and don't forget the most stunning greenhouse filled with rose petals and sunshine. Plus two kooky aunt there to solve all your problems while slugging tequila.