The designer of this cozy kitchen, Amanda Kyser chose Merlot Red of Benjamin Moore to cover one surface of the walls. It red wall creates a contrast look with the dominant backdrops in a neutral color of white. In addition, the bold color also sets off the dishware in white which is rescued dramatically from a grand hotel in the seaside of France. This cooking space is a part of an enticing cottage of a former camp. This kitchen was specifically made to keep some family members cooks from bumping each other. The island is topped with a stunning countertop of granite. The element is well-lit by the installation of factory lights in a French style. The lighting fixtures have glass lenses with a ribbed accent that just glow. The chairs of austere aluminum were designed for the US Navy in the 1940s. This cooking space is also completed with metal cabinets from Ikea and a professional stove from Jenn-Air.
John Oetgen, the designer of this captivating kitchen was influenced by French Brasseries. He paired the kitchen backsplash in yellow tile with a range canopy of zinc. This cooking space is nestled in a stunning home which is located in Atlanta. This potting room off the cooking space shares the same color tile of olive oil from Renaissance Tile & Bath. The designer intentionally designed the feel and look of the kitchen with Kitchens of Ann Sullivan. The iron Kitchen Island and also range canopy of zinc are by Calhoun Design & Metalworks. The trellis paper of the ceiling and walls are from Cowtan & Tout. The display of the island is coupled by some enthralling Marly stools with bold blue upholstery. Those rattan seats are from T & K French Antiques.
This enticing kitchen was a project of two talented designers; Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln who designed this cooking space in a stunning townhouse which is located in Washington D.C. They created a counterpoint in a contemporary style to the rest of this cozy dwelling. The home has a French feel of the 1940s that brings back the inhabitants to the past. They injected a focal point of graphics and color with patterned tile in Turkish accent from Ann Sacks. The top of the cabinet and island uses the same material of granite that emits an elegant touch in black. Whiz barstools of Lucite and leather virtually disappear, Thomas says. Those stunning translucent stools are from Paston Rawleigh Everett. The cabinetries in this cooking space are by Boffi.
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