Jill Sharp Weeks the creative designer of this modest kitchen installed lighting fixture of iron pendant lamps from Currey & Company over the huge kitchen island. The lamps have idyllic features with lamp shades in black and inner part in white. This endearing culinary space is a part of her Charleston home. The kitchen cabinetry features an L-shaped layout that gives a more spacious area for movements of the inhabitants of the home. The window installations at end of the wall ensure an adequate daylight to illuminate the space. Nearby the main door, there is a small cabinet with a mirror that can be used as a functional storage to accommodate some kitchen stuff.
Orange checkerboard brightens up this stunning kitchen décor. The tiles have an overscale size which is combined with tiles in white. The floors are in Racing Orange of Benjamin Moore that mostly animates the final look of this white kitchen in Nantucket getaway. The wooden cabinets are colored in White of Hollandlac Brilliant by Europe Fine Paints. The bright color of the door in blue brings a contrast look with the dominant pristine white color that almost covers the surface of the cabinetry, walls, decorative paintings and also the dining table. To complete the display of the dining area, armless chairs with cushioned bases and woodsy accents on its backs and legs are added.
Michelle Prentice, the designer of this modest kitchen wanted to have a kitchen which has to “go away” décor. Moreover, she wanted to have the décor which turns out, an unpopular notion. It is the way she defines her understated culinary space. When we seat at the dining area, the kitchen seems to subside; it feels like we are in a different room, completely. The display of the Danish dining table is coupled with chairs of Jacob Kjaer in Bretano’s Royalsuede. Stunning armchairs in French style also complete the final display of the dining space. The chairs are coated in Ottoman fabric of Lee Jofa’s Tahira.