reDesign Home was initially hired by a client in Bloomfield Village to decorate the existing formal dining and living room. After completing these rooms and loving the results, the client started considering remodeling the kitchen by adding square footage and updating the layout with a new laundry and mudroom. The designer’s goal was to assist the client with lighting, selection of finishes, kitchen layout and overall style. The result is a new and fresh take on off-white kitchens, with an airy feel that can work for any family.
Get inspired by this off-white kitchen design and take note of paint colors, lighting, countertops, backsplash, hardware and more. I hope you enjoy your time here!
What a gorgeous kitchen! I truly love when designers choose neutral elements for a kitchen. This gives flexibility to the current or future homeowners to decorate it accordingly to their personal taste.
Cabinetry is by COR kitchens. Kitchen Cabinet Door style is overlay “Landes” in Standard White.
The grey and white kitchen runner is vintage.
The wall tile is Walker Zanger 2×6 “6th Avenue Fog Matte”. This is one of my favorite tiles!
The thick quartz countertop add a modern look to this kitchen. Lighting is Regina Andrew’s “Large Globe Pendants”.
The leather counterstools are “Diaw Bar + Counter Stool” by Four Hands.
The tile above the range is Artisan Stone Tile, Evolve pattern. This tile looks even better in person!
The hardware is Restoration Hardware – Dakota knobs, pulls and cupboards.
The dining room feels moody and elegant with its deep grey walls. Paint color is Benjamin Moore Graphite 1603.
Custom Window Treatment: Kravet, LeeJofa fabrics and Aria Hardware.
Sconces: Circa Lighting “Elkins Double Sconce”.
Dining Chairs: Room & Board – “Ansel Chair”.
Chandelier: William Sonoma Home.
Rug: Jaipur Rugs.
Isn’t this kitchen calming and fresh? I really like the feeling of this space. I hope you enjoyed seeing and checking out all of the sources for it! 🙂
Today should be busy but fun! I am finally feeling like myself again after a long cold. It’s great to feel healthy, feel happy and grateful. Let’s keep this in mind! Let’s be more grateful and smile more often. The more we focus on the great things, the more life will bring them to us!
Enjoy your day, my friends. We’ll talk again tomorrow!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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