Our Elevated Views Project is a beautiful home designed to capture the beautiful natural views of its red rock surroundings in St. George, Utah. And although it is the ultimate family playhouse with a bowling alley, trampoline room, and outdoor recreation spaces, the design is elevated with a sophisticated layering of organic neutrals, interesting lines, and statement lighting. Starting today with the kitchen, we can’t wait to show you this spacious, lux space designed to bring everyone together.
We built a fresh and airy foundation for this home using two of our absolute favorite combinations– warm white oak floors and crisp white walls. We used our go to white, Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace.
Cabinets and Counters
The custom cabinetry by Restorative Woodworks is oak, custom stained to match the floors. We paired the light warm wood with Grayton Beach quartz. Even in our high-end custom homes, many clients opt for quartz over natural stone for it’s durability. The contrast in tone between the warm wood and cool gray veined quartz is beautiful and a favorite look of ours.
The kitchen backsplash is 4″x4″ glazed ceramic Zellige in Gesso. The variation in tones add dimension and interest to the space. We took the tile all the way to the ceiling to emphasize the beautiful height.
Beautiful lighting with modern lines helps blur the line between traditional and modern in the home. The pendants above the island add a bit of edgy black and a unique shape. We paired them these unique swing-arm scoop sconces from Urban Electric. Brass metal and matte texture tie the looks together.
The counter stools are a splurge but make a major statement in the space with the hand-forged iron frame and linen blend bolster back. So pretty. The black metal ties in with other black accents carried out throughout the space.
We love the way this large space feels warm and welcoming, it feels inviting and intimate even with a crowd. We can’t wait to show you how the look in this space translates through each space in the home. Check back soon for more Elevated Views Project reveals!