White and wood has been a trending kitchen combo and today’s dream kitchen embraces it in the best way. Instead of a more typical white kitchen with wood ceiling, Designers April Tomlin and Sarah Rogers chose to take the raw natural wood to the walls instead. It’s a statement maker that immediately caught our eye. Take a look at this beautiful space.
Design: April Tomlin and Sarah Rogers for April Tomlin Interiors
The kitchen is full of warm and cool contrast with the wood walls making a defining statement. The wood is left raw for a rich organic feel.
Dark wood swivel barstools line the double islands. The mix of wood tones creates beautiful contrast and a modern vibe. They pop against the white cabinetry.
The perimeter counters and backsplash are Taj Mahal Quartzite, a natural stone. To save money, the designers used Caesarstone’s French Concrete for the island counters.
On open shelf runs the legnth of the range wall. It adds warmth to the white wall and counter while also providing a functional space for kitchen essentials. A mix of black, white, metal, and wood ceramics, artwork, cutting boards and crocks line the shelf.
The refrigerator and freezer are wood paneled to blend seamlessly into the wall of cabinetry. A smart pull out pantry creates perfect storage for snacks.
An office space is built-in across from the range. A workspace in the kitchen creates a spot to help multi-task. We love the way greenery pops against the wood. Simple styling here makes a statement with a pretty balance of cool and warm tones.
The finishes and styling in this kitchen create a unique artisan look to love. Read more about it in House Beautiful! To see more of April Tomlins work, check out her Portfolio and visit her on Instagram.