Recessed lighting, orange metal drum shade pendant lights and a large window bring warmth and light to this kitchen. Polished granite countertops on the island serve as a durable surface for meal prep.
Tiny kitchens can feel claustrophobic when cabinets are towering overhead. Many cooks can't reach what's in them and the overall feeling is boxy and closed in. Get organized and trade the top cupboards for open storage. Consider shelving, pot racks and magnetic knife or spice holders instead. Your kitchen will look more spacious and serve up display space for your favorite dishes, shiny pots and pans, or artwork.
Double sinks look out to the backyard from a large kitchen window. Honed marble backsplash in a chevron pattern runs the length of the kitchen. White upper cabinets keep the kitchen from feeling too dark.
Open through October 7, the Pinewood Forest Idea Home sponsored by Atlanta magazine is nestled in a community of design-forward homes situated close to the motion picture studio Pinewood Studios, half an hour from Atlanta. Focused on eco-friendly construction and a blend of old and new that mixes European home styles, Pinewood Forest is a 234-acre New Urbanism community that will eventually include 600 single family homes. The Atlanta area is already home to countless Hollywood film shoots and locally-shot TV shows (including Ozark, Stranger Things, Atlanta and The Walking Dead) and its rumored that at least one TV star is already calling Pinewood Forest home.
Traditional blue and white porcelain canisters dress up this kitchen counter. The counters are made of tumbled marble in various neutral shades, and the contrast of blue and white adds crispness to the space.
Glamour meets a hint of country in this cream powder room. The granite counter tops and neutral color palette give elegance to the space while the gingham wallpaper and wall art offer a splash of country.