Neutral square floor tiles ground this contemporary eat-in kitchen. A custom-made soapstone dining table complements the marble used for the kitchen island and countertops. Natural wood, light fixtures and art bring in a Scandinavian vibe.
This kitchen was reconfigured to showcase a central island with waterfall edges and light open shelving. Custom walnut cabinetry with brass and matte black accents keep it feeling both warm and masculine. The adjoining breakfast nook follows the same line of minimal Scandinavian monochromatic finishes with a punch of design energy via the brass tulip table base.
Large cooking pots, casserole dishes, and everyday items are stored within easy reach on open shelves near the oven and countertops. The shelves' wood hues are a pretty contrast to the kitchen's many white surfaces.
This bathroom couldn't look simpler and yet every detail has a role to play. Gray and white tiles team up to make a large-scale herringbone pattern on the floor. Skylights bounce sunlight off the pale surfaces.
Bright white shiplap paneling cleans up the walls in the kitchen and matches the base of the island. Over the island, pendants get a coat of customized light blue paint, softening their industrial edge.