A wall-mounted brass lantern adds a nautical touch to this timeless dining room combining rustic and polished elements into a transitional country-elegant space that's inviting for both family and friends.
This long white foyer and hallway is crisp and elegant with minimal furnishings and lantern pendant lights. The navy blue door picks up the blue of the kitchen cabinets unifying the home's design scheme.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down the low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new copper light fixtures add texture to the design.
Metallics like the gold in the light fixture and paneling reflect light and attract the eye. Paired with the white ceiling, these features serve to draw the eye higher and keep the dark walls from overpowering the space.
This U-shaped kitchen offers a huge amount of storage below and some white upper cabinets that blend into the wall space. To keep the space clean and sleek, the ventilation hood was tucked behind a false cabinet panel. A thick, site poured concrete counter with waterfall edge was poured on site. Brass pendants and sconces complement the navy blue lower cabinets for that modern feel.
Being a very narrow kitchen space, the goal was to make the kitchen and dining area as open to each other as possible while adding storage which was created in the wall behind the dining table. A pine picnic table works as a space saver and point of interest in this otherwise white kitchen.