We have given a sneak peek of the Las Palmas Project kitchen, but today we are excited to share the full reveal. In this light-filled kitchen we kept a neutral foundation and layered it with organic texture, hints of black, and pops of color to add interest and create a subtle coastal feel. Take a look at this breezy coastal bohemian kitchen and then shop below to get the look. Enjoy!
Photography By: Ryan Garvin
To take advantage of the natural light in this space, we went for an all-white foundation using Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace on both the walls and cabinets. We paired this with gorgeous Portuguese gray marble slab counters and backsplash, and then warmed the space up using Royal Oak Cane Wood floors.
To add contrast, we selected the East Linear Faucet from Newport Brass in Flat Black. But you could also get this same look for less using the Delta Trinsic Faucet in Matte Black. Both are beautiful and create a clean modern aesthetic.
Although we wanted a breezy coastal feel in this home, we did not want it to be traditionally beachy. We created the vibe we wanted by layering organic texture like a few beautiful shells and coral in the upper shelf of the glass cabinets, beautiful rustic wood cutting boards, and these coconut shell inlay barstools in natural wood.
I love the lighting we selected in this kitchen. It adds another layer of texture to the space. For the dining nook, we used Arteriors hand-carved wood drum pendant. Above the island we chose Milly + Eugene Lace Rattan Pendants in white. But for a natural rattan look, I also like these dome shaped pendants.
I always style my kitchens with beautiful cutting boards and marble cheese slabs. The natural elements are beautiful, while being useful. In this space, we chose this black and white striped marble serving paddle, raw wood and white marble board, and this one of rustic olive wood.
This kitchen is bright and airy with subtle detail that creates beauty with a casual bohemian feel. Thank you for checking it out! Shop below to get the look in your own home.
Get the Look