Our beautiful View Point Custom Project is a blend of modern lines, rustic textures, and sweeping views. A layering of neutrals, the project comes alive with organic materials that are warm and welcoming. The kitchen feels cozy, but is designed to host a crowd with double islands, a butlers kitchen, and an oversize dining table to gather around. Take a look, we’re spilling our sources.
Statement Stone Wall
The statement stone wall is a defining feature of the kitchen. It is the same stone carried from the home’s exterior through the entry, to the kitchen. The look creates flow between indoor and out, emphasizing the importance of natural beauty. It also adds incredible texture and warmth to the space. We used Hermitage 19th Century by Horizon Stone and over grouted to create that soft European look.
Warm limestone tile floors are practical but beautiful. They pick up the warm tones of the stone wall and emphasize the idea of working with nature to provide beauty. The floors are Daltile Salem Gray Limestone in 18″ x 36″ and set straight for a modern clean look.
Counters and Kitchen Range Wall
Agaisnt the warm creamy tones of the floor and wall, white marble adds a fresh, crisp look to the space. Double islands, both equipped with sinks and plenty of storage, makes the space incredibly functional when hosting a crowd.
Kitchen Sink Backsplash Tile
From counter to ceiling on the sink wall, we broke up the stone look and went with Zellige tile in Weathered White squares from Cle Tile. The look adds softness and interest while keeping the stone accent from feeling too heavy.
Kitchen Cabinetry, Slats, and Wooden Beams
The ceiling and walls are painted Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace. This is a favorite white of ours for creating a fresh feel that doesn’t pull yellow or blue.
To shop accents and lighting from this kitchen, shop the slider below. To recreate our favorite furniture pieces from our View Point Custom Project, see the roundup on Becki Owens Living.
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