Today we sharing the images and details of my Town Center Project kitchen! Designed for the 2018 St. George Parade of Homes, we blended elements of old world Spanish with a clean modern aesthetic for a fresh layering of pattern and style.
To create an old world feel in this kitchen, we used beautiful patterned cement tile. We chose the Bristol in black and white from the Cement Tile Shop. Using the patterned tile on the walls, instead of on the floors, creates the feeling of a work of art and makes it a major feature of the room. On the floor, we found a vintage kilim runner from Loom and Kiln that adds another layer of pattern and fresh pop of color.
In order to keep these patterns from feeling overwhelming, we paired them with a classic tuxedo scheme for the cabinetry. For the walls and upper cabinets, we used Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace. This is a favorite white that always appears fresh and clean. For the walls, we used an eggshell finish and for the cabinetry we went with a satin finish for durability. The bottom cabinetry is Benjamin Moore Onyx.
We added beautiful woods for warmth in the black and white space. The island, floating shelves, and beams are all oak stained to match the flooring. We also styled the space with beautiful cutting boards in a mix of wood tones.
The kitchen has a modern mix of traditional metals. Timeless brass lantern pendants (so affordable) make a statement paired with dark bronze cabinet knobs and pulls from the Rejuvenation Upton Collection. The hardware blends with the simple black Pfister Stellen faucet.
For seating, we used two similar leather and metal styles. We chose these dark leather counter stools from West Elm at the island and the Road House Leather Chair from cb2 at the cutest built-in study space.
We will be sharing more spaces from our Town Center Project soon, so be sure to check back. If you missed our other project for the Parade of Homes, read Brio Project Kitchen, Brio Project Living Room, and Brio Project Master Bedroom.
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