The smooth curvaceous holes at the bottom part of the stools are just enchanting with round seats at the tops. The gorgeous metal stools are by R & Y Augousti. This kitchen is nestled in a cozy traditional of a mountain home in North Carolina which is designed by Ruard Veltman. There is a gorgeous custom table which is adjoined with the kitchen island. They create more preparation space. The extended wooden cabinet is completed with open shelving which offers more storage to display your kitchen aid. Moreover, the cabinet offers an easy access from the dining space. A chic rug exudes the charm of soft beige and dark brown in a perfect mix. A huge vase of translucent glass tries to have a balanced look with the gallant kitchen island.
The charm of Old Blue Jeans on the surface of the shutters is in Benjamin Moore Aura. It brings a bright look to the décor of this appealing English country kitchen. In addition, this soft color creates a harmonious look with the dominant all-in-white color in the décor of this kitchen. This culinary space is located in Ney York City which is designed by an architectural firm i.e. Incorporated Architecture & Design. The kitchen island is purposely designed to have the similar look like furniture which is painted in Iron Mountain of Benjamin Moore. The counter stools have low backs which are coated by pristine white upholstery. These stylish seats are by Calligaris with stunning stainless steel legs.
The pot rack in the hub of the ceiling accommodates many kitchen aid cookwares in this kitchen. It is hung precisely over the top of the kitchen island. Some Julien barstools emit the appeal of elegant look with the leathered and nailed seats. The top of the kitchen island is adorned by the use of a butcher block of beefy by Grothouse Lumber and Piatra Gray Caesarstone. The glossy surface of the floor is by Castile Gray limestone from Paris Ceramics which has shabby and natural texture. The wall in this kitchen is painted in Wet Clay of Benjamin Moore Aura. This enticing culinary space was designed by Christopher Peacock who added a mirrored wall against the KitchenAid range in commercial-style.
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