Designing kitchens is never an easy task, but the more I design them, the more I fall in love with the details that are involved when you’re working on a kitchen project. From picking the perfect cabinet paint color, the right countertop material for the client to the decorative elements such as window treatment to lighting, designing a kitchen requires not only knowledge but also a hint of good taste. If so many kitchen trends out there, you want to make the right decisions — decisions that will not only work for today but also for many years to come.
Think about accommodating your needs when designing your kitchen. Focus on what you really need to make your life easier when cooking. Perhaps, you’re looking for more cabinet storage or a durable countertop. You also want a paint color that you won’t get tired of. Keep the people you share the kitchen with in mind. Create comfortable areas for everyone in the family by creating enough space for everyone to share a meal on the island. Do you have pets or small kids? Think about durability, from counter stools to countertop and cabinet finish.
This warm white kitchen features a very grown-up design. It’s appealing, serious and it offers plenty of storage with a walk-in pantry and a gray butler’s pantry.
If you’re thinking of renovating your kitchen, make sure to take a careful look at this one and note the designer sources for lighting, countertops, flooring and more! I hope you enjoy it!
Warm White Kitchen Design & Gray Butler’s Pantry
This kitchen feels open and tailored with slipcovered counterstools and roman shades.
Mahogany Armoire Refrigerator
A custom designed refrigerator cabinet is one of the main focus of this kitchen. I like how the stained wood creates a warm feel, while contrasting against the white cabinets.
Cabinet is made of mahogany.
From this angle you can see the butler’s pantry on the right and the kitchen’s pantry on the left.
Flooring is oak.
The mahogany cabinet hides a large refrigerator and freezer.
Kitchen island countertop is Taj Mahal Quartzite.
A classic bridge faucet adds beauty and elegance to this kitchen.
Slab backsplash is becoming very popular right now. These don’t come cheap, but they’re timeless. Kitchen slab backsplash is Taj Mahal Quartzite.
The kitchen perimeter countertop is Taj Mahal Quartzite as well.
Custom kitchen hood is by Andrew T. Crawford Ironworks.
Cabinet paint color is custom but similar to Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Notice the kitchen pantry just ahead.
Gray Kitchen Pantry
This gray kitchen pantry adds some beautiful contrast against the white kitchen. This space has everything you need in a pantry!
I am loving the idea of using baskets to store vegetables in a wire basket. It’s practical and pretty!
Similar Gray Cabinet Paint Color
Benjamin Moore Fieldstone.
Just off the formal dining room, this butler’s pantry comes handy during dinner parties. Notice the paneled backsplash.
Butler’s Pantry Countertop
The butler’s pantry countertop is heritage wood black walnut by Construction Resources.
The lighting above kitchen island are the “Sorenson Lantern by Remains Lighting”.
Sconces above kitchen windows are the “Boston functional library two-arm wall lights from Circa Lighting”. Isn’t it a beautiful lighting combination?
I am so glad you are here today! I hope you had a great time and could relax, dream and learn something new with this kitchen.
I have a fun day ahead of me. My daughter is part of a choir and she will be singing at the church today. It should be very special and I know I will take tons of pictures.
It’s not all roses every day, but honestly speaking, I couldn’t be any prouder of my kids. 🙂
Wishing you all a healthy, safe and full-of-laughter kind of day!
See you guys tomorrow!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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