Tudor Revival Estate, Full Home Design
A cream, pearlescent beadboard ceiling sets the stage for hand-blown, 1960s Italian pendants with white glass and brass appointments and white mini subway tile. The inset of each charcoal painted cabinet’s doors is leaded glass.
Bronze farm sinks, bronze hardware and a bronze raised bar are accented by fossil limestone countertops; a subzero wine refrigerator, dishwasher drawers, a Wolf gas, five-burner cooktop and a restaurant-style faucet of brushed nickel, giving this kitchen a gourmet touch.
Mid-century Danish barstools, an original brick fireplace and woven wood blinds add warmth alongside the many stainless steel appliances. Designed for two, with its double sinks and dishwashers, this kitchen is durable enough for everyday life with a family and a 200-pound Great Dane.
A light tile backsplash, ceiling, lights, and glass leaded fronts provide a good contrast that keeps the kitchen, with its dark cabinets, from being heavy and oppressive. This is the perfect spot for hosting parties – if people end up in the kitchen, cooking and sipping together, why not make it a spot where you love to spend time?