We’ve shared a few sneak peeks of our Golden Hour Project, but today we are excited to reveal the colors and sources we used to design the kitchen. Warm woods and cool grays blend together to create a layered, pretty space. Take a look.
Although we often love the sharp contrast between black and white, in this space we wanted a softer feel. We paired our favorite white, Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace on the walls and range hood with Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal on the island. Kendal Charcoal is a rich pretty gray that works as a great versatile neutral. Against the warm wood cabinets in this space it pulls slightly blue.
The flooring is part of the Becki Owens Collection from HEWN floors in the Weathered color. We love this wood-alternative durable flooring. Crafted largely from from stone, the floors have the rich warm beauty of wood but hold up effortlessly to kids, pets, water, and general ware-and-tear. You have to see them, order your samples here.
The beautiful ceramic glazed tiles are from the Bedrosian Cloe collection in White. The tile has subtle texture and sheen that adds a lot of dimension to the space.
Warm textures and textiles create a welcoming space. We used a vintage Turkish runner on the floor, ceramic accents on the shelves, layered wood kitchen accessories on the counter, and these woven counter stools.
When we can fit it into the footprint, we love to include a butler’s pantry in to a kitchen design. The space is perfect for food and storage but also a place to plug in appliances that you don’t want cluttering your more visible kitchen counters. We painted this space Benjamin Moore Dolphin.
We can’t wait to share more from this project. Check back soon for more space reveals and shop below to recreate this kitchen look in your own home.
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