I’ve been getting a lot of questions about design details in my Villa Bonita Project kitchen. I worked with some amazing companies in this home and so have already shared details of the beautiful tile from Fireclay Tile and pretty chrome bridge faucet from Brizio. Today, I’m spilling the rest. Read on to learn more about the design, styling, and sources that we used to create this fresh white kitchen full of organic warmth.
Builder: Split Rock Fine Homes
Photography: Alyssa Ence Photography
The kitchen design is a layering of fresh neutrals and organic warmth. The walls and cabinetry are painted my go-to white, Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace. This is a beautiful cool white that reads clean and bright. We paired the cool white foundation with warm wood floors, Provenza Old World in Warm Sands. We like this flooring line for it’s hand-scraped character and plank size. Each plank is 7.44″ wide and up to 6′ long. These random long planks keep the floor from the distracting choppy look you get from less expensive flooring.
Two contrasting countertops create depth and interest in the space. For the island, we used quartz, Caesarstone in London Gray This is a beautiful low-maintenance white marble alternative. We paired it with dark quartz around the perimeter of the kitchen, Caesarstone in Piatra Gray.
The kitchen has a mix of metals. For the faucet and hardware we selected a timeless polished chrome look but paired it with on-trend brass lighting for a metal mix that feels fresh and modern. The cabinet hardware is Schaub and Company. We used this classic knob and this pretty cabinet pull. The statement bridge faucet and pot filler are from Brizio. Read all about them in this post.
Two glass and brass lantern pendants hang above the island. They are simple but have an interesting shape that makes a statement. Brass wall sconces add another layer of light above the open shelves.
The brass accent is again used in the coolest counter stools from Gabby. Made of lucite and brass, the stools add a clean modern look that makes a statement without detracting from the overall design of the kitchen.
We finished off the look with wood accents and a colorful vintage runner. These layers create an inviting warmth to the open white space.
Get the Look
This project was a lot of fun for me and I love the way this kitchen turned out. Hopefully this answers all your questions about how to get a similar look in your own home.