Transformation Tuesday: A Coastal Kitchen Remodel

We came across a beautiful kitchen transformation this month that we are excited to share! Part of a full house remodel, the welcoming kitchen was reworked to create better flow, function, and to get an inviting neutral look. The clean-lines and soft color create a modern coastal vibe that is so pretty. Take a look!

Design: Salt Design Co
Photo: Raquel Langworthy

Before

image via Salt Design Co

After

Paint Color: This soft gray/blue/green is Farrow and Ball Pigeon. It is such a pretty coastal color that feels like a neutral but adds depth.

Tile: The soft paint color pairs beautifully with the Moroccan Zellige backsplash. Moroccan Zellige Tiles are handmade glazed terra cotta. We love them for adding incredible dimension to a neutral space. Because the tiles are handmade, no two are exactly alike in either color or size. This adds a pretty artisan vibe to a space. 

In this kitchen, if the cabinetry looks like a stormy sea, the zellige are the shells. Moroccan Zellige It’s a coastal combination that isn’t cheesy or too obvious. Both Cle and Zia make beautiful authentic Zellige (see this project), or get the look for less with these ceramic tiles.

Mixed Wood Tones: A mix of wood tones adds interest and a modern casual vibe to the kitchen. Light floors, oak bent-wood barstools, medium tone shelves,  and various wood accessories create a layered organic look. Mixing your wood tones is a definite do and this kitchen is a great example of why you should.

To see the rest of this beautiful home and more work from Salt Design Co, check out their portfolio and visit them on Instagram.

Happy Tuesday!

Xxo
Becki

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