The star of this Nantucket kitchen is the glass tiles of a variegated handmade backsplash. The bluish hue of the glossy tiles is reminiscent the charm and ambiance of the ocean. The color looks so contrast with the pristine white color that paints all the wooden surface of the cabinetries. The installation of the cabinetries adjusts with the contour of the sloping ceiling. Then, in the hub of the ceiling, there is a picturesque lighting fixture that illuminates this culinary space in an elegant manner. This idyllic décor is a masterpiece of Frank Roop, an ingenious designer. The oak island of bleached rift is in a driftwood gray-blue of custom-colored. A vanity is added to the surface of the countertop with a classic stainless steel faucet.
Jamie Gottschall wanted to make this culinary space as a heavenly Candy Land of her Pennsylvania home. She wanted people to walk into this kitchen and feel like they could lick the surface of the wall. The décor of the kitchen is like an imaginary like it was Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. It uses the open plan concept without any partitions to the spacious area. The dining area is placed nearby the corner windows. This space has an idyllic dining set with a round dining table and armless chairs. An idyllic chandelier illuminates this dining area in a graceful way. The hood of the kitchen is so chic with its ornamented accent includes the look of the kitchen backsplash. There is a rooster on the top of the island which has a function as a decorative ornament.
This wood-paneled kitchen emits an elegant look to its display. Jay Jeffers, the designer of this décor paneled the kitchen including the refrigerator and dishwasher. Then, he also added a splash of red accents to create a contrast. The touch of vibrant red is added on the armless chairs’ upholstery and also the napkins. The backsplash of this Sonoma country kitchen has a neat of idyllic pattern in two different colors of the white backdrop. Jeffers contends that paneling makes a culinary space feel more like a real room rather than strictly as a workspace. This tall ceiling space is illuminated by a graceful pendant lamp with candle holders.
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