The breakfast room in this kitchen is lighted up by the stunning French doors which have smooth curvaceous feature.This captivating space is nestled on the either side nearby the picture window round the long dining table. These areas imply the use of open plan concept that merge between the dining area and the culinary space effortlessly. The French doors become the boundaries that separate the indoor areas. Some pendant lightings which are framed by blur glass elements that embrace the bulbs in the center parts. Golden elements support the lighting fixture to hang from the ceiling in a graceful way. The interior décor is a stunning masterpiece of Caroline DeCesare and Berkley Vallone.
Annette English, the ingenious designer of this kitchen has changed a rabbit warren of this stunning room into a more spacious culinary space. She built the kitchen on the 1930s house which has a traditional accent. Then, she pushed the décor forward with the new look which has the eye-catching elements such as the faceted pendant lighting fixtures from Reborn Antique. The idyllic items are just big but offer transparency that makes the space light and airy. The kitchen chimney is quite big which has three sections which are separated by the iron gray. The backsplash of the kitchen is adorned by grayish tiles which have an idyllic and intricate pattern.
I do really like the natural look of the Kitchen Island which preserves its natural woodsy hue and texture which doesn’t use any liquid lacquer for its finishing. The barstools just appear in a stylish way with the unique feature and design of the backs. The island is completed with stools for two at its rightmost part. This kitchen is a part of a Victorian home which is located in San Francisco, California. It emits plenty of enchantment of the great stove with the vintage accent that blends smoothly with the building. For the designer, Antonio Martin, the décor became his major vision to have a fresh culinary space which is filled with a textural mix between the old and new one.