A complete reno executed by interior designer Kate Jackson from Kate Jackson Design transformed a dated kitchen into a timeless white kitchen with a navy blue island.
This coastal kitchen easily becomes more relaxed with woven pendants by Jeffrey Alan Marks and turquoise slipcovered kitchen stools from Serena and Lily. A kitchen peninsula with an apron sink comes handy when preparing food.
Take notes on the design sources such as paint color and decor. Trust me, these kitchen ideas will make your day!
There’s so much to love about this kitchen, starting with the turquoise linen slipcovered kitchen stools and that nautical sign above the kitchen hood mantle.
Kitchen stools are Jackson Counter Stool – Slipcovered in Washed Linen Fabric – Lagoon – $850 each.
“Oysters” sign is Fancy Oysters Long Sign Slippin’ Southern – $168.00
Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray.
The kitchen peninsula features Carrara marble fitted with a farmhouse sink and deck mount hook and spout faucet. The breakfast nook boasts an x based dining table lined with wood and fabric director’s chairs illuminated by a square cage lantern alongside a blue striped rug. Notice the breathtaking ocean views.
Chairs are by Janus et Cie.
Navy Blue Island Paint Color
The navy blue island paint color is Benjamin Moore Hale Navy HC-154.
Kitchen features woven pendants by Jeffrey Alan Marks.
Jeffrey Alan Marks Palecek Green Oaks Pendant – $658.31 each.
Countertop is honed Carrara marble. Doesn’t it look amazing with the blue island?
A classic door archway connects the dining area with the coastal-chic family room.
Every room designed by Kate is truly an inspiration, starting with this classic coastal foyer. This space features a white and blue color blocked chair and a fiddle leaf fig plant tucked under a curved staircase lined with a striped blue and cream sisal runner.
Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore HC-173 Edgecomb Gray.
I really hope you had a good time here today. I adore Kate’s work and she is such an inspiration for me. You guys know how much I love a well-designed coastal home, right? 🙂
So, how’s life is treating you? Or better yet… how are you treating your life? Things are good around here with the exception of my grandfather that is slowly loosing his battle for that bad disease. It’s being hard but I talk to him on a daily basis and I try to show my love and gratitude for him every time.
Life has its ups-and-downs and it’s when you’re down that you need to know your strength the most.
There’s no space for weakness when you have faith.
Have a Blessed day, my wonderful friends! You always make my day for being here!
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
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