Kitchen renovations are always a little scary. We all dream of having the best kitchen we can afford but when the time comes to start a renovation we can’t help but feel a little lost and a little afraid. Questions such as “Will I be able to make all decisions that come with a renovation?” and “What’s the best cabinet paint color, best flooring, best appliances, best layout…?” will always come to our mind and make us feel exhausted even before we start.
Edward Deegan Architects and interior designer Katy Hardison (recently featured on the blog: “Empty-Nester Modern Farmhouse” – a must-see post!), not only guided these homeowners with the renovation of their white kitchen but also helped them reinvent the layout of their outdated home. Here, they share more details:
“Our clients wanted a light and bright designed space that felt welcoming. The original layout of the house before had no flow and none of the finishes coordinated. Our clients wanted their new spaces to feel cohesive. The kitchen became the center of the house with a dining room that could hold our clients 20 person table for dinner parties & Holidays. The location of the bar was a challenge because the husband wanted it to feel a part of the kitchen but didn’t want to take up valuable kitchen storage. We love how the contrasting wood elements make this more than just a white kitchen!”
Beams and warm-toned hardwood floors perfectly complement this white kitchen. Wall paint color is “Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore” and trim is “White Dove by Benjamin Moore.”
The countertop is “Mother of Pearl Quartzite”. Island has a 2″ miter edge.
The backsplash is 2×8 matte subway tile in a herringbone pattern.
Kitchen Faucet: Newport Brass.
The kitchen features custom cabinets, painted in “Benjamin Moore OC-65 Chantilly Lace”.
Chandelier: Visual Comfort Katie Pendant in Bronze.
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This stylish bar features custom-designed cabinets painted in “Farrow and Ball Black Blue no. 95″.
The countertop and backsplash is “Mother of Pearl Quartzite”. Shelving is Amuneal.
“The planking ceiling is reclaimed wood that was wired brushed and then waxed. The reclaimed beams were sanded and then waxed as well. They are not true beams. The general contractor built them out of the barn wood so the are not solid. We love how the ceiling and cased opening turned out. We got the reclaimed wood in Michigan.”
The dining room features a rustic brick accent wall, which complements the stunning sloped wooden ceiling.
Laundry Room Cabinet Color: Chantilly Lace OC-65 by Benjamin Moore.
Cabinet Hardware: Top Knobs in Black.
Lighting: here – similar.
Faucets: Kohler Simplice pull down.
Backsplash: 3×6 gloss subway tile.
Countertops: White quartz.
Flooring: 4×8 Black Limestone in herringbone pattern.
Photography: Edward Deegan Architects.
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