I love coming across new inspiring designers to share with you in our Designer Spotlight Series. While Jean Stoffer is not totally new to me, (I shared her work here and here), I wanted to show you more of her portfolio. You are going to love how her spaces feel fresh and new, yet maintain a timeless authenticity. Take a peek below to see what I mean, and then make sure to see the entire portfolio here.
This kitchen is so good. The rustic woods, the vintage rug, that softest cabinet paint color–Benjamin Moore Smokey Taupe, warmer than white but still bright and fresh. Jean Stoffer calls this her English Cottage kitchen, but it also offers up plenty of inspo for everyones favorite Modern Farmhouse look.
A light kitchen grounded with black details. So pretty how historic details play with modern touches like mixed metals.
I just barely shared this pretty blue kitchen, but it’s good enough for another look. It is a rich layering of color and texture from the blue cabinets painted Benjamin Moore Newburg Green, the rich brass hardware, and the warm vintage rug.
This mudroom is so soft and pretty with a beautiful combo of natural wood, white cabinetry, and a richly colored cement tile floor. The details are good– the capiz pendant, the midcentury sconces, the shiplap backsplash, and the dark accents in the steel-frame windows, black stone apron sink, and painted door.
The layers of pattern in this sunroom create a fun complex space despite the small footprint and without much furniture. The plants add vibrant color and make it a refreshing retreat. I would love to hang out here.
Have a happy Monday!