Accessories may seem fairly insignificant in the kitchen, but I disagree. I actually think it’s where you often need them the most. Something to add warmth and character in a room that’s often full of hard lines. A little bit of heart and soul.
For the open shelves we mixed in a few new pieces with some vintage, including the art, and incorporated some of my clients’ existing pieces.
Check out the details on this custom island…I’m in love. This stand alone piece ticks all the boxes for this kitchen. It often sits in the center of the kitchen, but can easily be moved against this wall.
With a 16 inch depth, it allows plenty of space for traffic flow, and plenty of surface area for additional food prep or cocktail making. It’s all about priorities;)
The view that greets you as you walk in to the living room at the rear of the house, which was originally the kitchen. The oversized art and floor to ceiling drapes, were key to drawing the up to appreciate the high ceiling height.
One of my favourite things about this room? The TV. That’s it right there above the credenza. Yup. The Samsung Frame TV means no black box on the wall; only lovely images framed like a work of art. All style, no compromise, and now it’s on my wish list…and every other designer’s.
And one last angle for ya.
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