Brass is becoming a popular choice when it comes to hardware and accent pieces. It pairs well with multiple color choices as seen in this stunning project. There are several extra features that make this a unique design such as louvered and glass front cabinet doors. The homeowners were as delighted as we were with the final results.
Objective: Design an open kitchen with a coastal vibe
The clean, soft white color palette was an excellent choice for this kitchen design as it creates a bright and inviting space for the family to gather together. One unique aspect to this area is the choice to not have lighting above the island but instead have lamps that can be removed when needed. This immediately gives it a look different from standard kitchens and we love the result. The focal point in this space has to be the glass corner glass front door cabinet with the extended brass pull hardware and lighting. The kitchen cabinet layout was also carried over into the small dining area and features a beverage refrigerator and tall cabinet perfect for additional storage. Everything about this kitchen says, “Welcome, have a seat and stay awhile.”
Laundry + Mud Room
Objective: Design elegant spaces that are functional as well.
The laundry room is an essential area of the home which means it should be a pleasant environment. The choice to use a blush pink and gray countertops was an excellent one. The extended countertop length provides enough space to sort and fold laundry before delivering it to the correct areas in the home. There are also several helpful drying elements inserted into this space such as a metal hanging rod and a drying rack drawer. Adding a sink was a smart choice as it provides an easy way to spot clean clothes before putting them in the wash. Even though laundry may not be your favorite chore this place can make it a little more cheerful.
The color choice for this mudroom is nothing short of stunning, it is a soft black with blue undertones that creates an elegant and dramatic look. Pairing it with a patterned wall paper which continues to be seen behind the cabinet due to the open back and glass doors makes this a magazine worthy space.