If you want to bring the Hacienda-style to your kitchen décor, this superb culinary space may be able to be a good reference for you. This kitchen is a part of a stunning home in Santa Monica, which the centerpiece of the space is a walnut-top island with 12-foot-long. The top has dark woodsy hue in brown with glossy surface. Beneath it, there is huge wooden element in white which has some open cabinetry to store some books and decorative ornaments. Tiles of Hand painted Talavera from Mission Tile West have brightened up the overall look of this space. The glass pendants over the island have a very idyllic feature which are similar like flower buds, but in upside down positions. These impressive lighting fixtures are from Global Views that have illuminated this 1920s Hacienda kitchen in an elegant way.
Punch of idyllic Ikat pattern of the curtain in this culinary space has enhanced the look of this neutral white kitchen. The designer, Lindsey Coral Harper made an elegant Roman shade which has the same fabric as the sofa in the kitchen. The curtain adorns the décor in subtle hues of white, yellow, and grayish. It covers the window in a graceful way precisely in front of the kitchen sink. The window is stapled by wall mounted cabinets in white that creates a symmetrical display to the décor. The backsplash of the kitchen is a neat array of bricks in light gray. The lower kitchen cabinetries also come in pristine white colors which have many storage and drawers. The floor emits the charm of over scale hexagon tiles in gray and white.
The tile backsplash of this idyllic kitchen is customized of delicate vines to bring this culinary space to life. It was designed by Caroline Beaupere, a talented designer of this kitchen. The Viking range is coupled a stunning hood of Best Range Hoods. The concrete tile of the floor is by Andy Fleishman Maximus from Ann Sacks, while the stylish white stools are from ABC Carpet & Home. The cozy dining space is illuminated by the idyllic pendant lamp with a unique half round black frame which is added by stainless steel spoons. It is a very unique lighting fixture that irradiates the light in a stylish way. The L-shaped layout of the cabinetry saves the small space in this kitchen.
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