This cottage-style kitchen features a multi-tiered black metal chandelier with white mini shades. A large kitchen island with white marble countertops is lined with black bar stools with woven seats and backs. Black cabinets surround the double oven, while white cabinets feature glass-front doors and under-cabinet lighting.
Hexagon tile flooring grounds this sunny yellow living space, where an arched nook houses floating glass shelves and a mini bar area for entertaining. A sleek metal table pairs with woven chairs for an eclectic dining area, while the cozy seating area next to the fireplace boasts comfortable mustard yellow chairs.
A green seashell patterned backsplash gives this spacious contemporary kitchen a coastal design. White cabinets provide lots of storage and blend perfectly with the double kitchen islands topped with blue and white quartz countertops. Navy and white bar chairs provide seating beneath woven basket pendant lights.
Calming neutral tones pair with blue accents in this expansive open plan kitchen with coastal details. The kitchen offers two kitchen islands, one with blue and white bar chairs, and both topped with blue and white quartz countertops with woven basket lights above. The nearby dining area sits in front of a large wall of windows and is outfitted with a modern concrete table with plenty of space for a dozen guests.
My practical approach to dining room design is to choose amazing chairs with an understated table or just the opposite so that they aren’t competing to be the focal point. Here we selected a classic double pedestal table to compliment ten plush chairs with metallic woven interiors and soft white leather backs. The drapery is as clean as the chair’s design and the bar cabinet is intentionally white to allow the 72”x72” abstract painting to become the star of the show. It was one of the pieces from our client’s existing collection that I insisted we keep. This room is also an example of how well classics and contemporary marry. The chandelier, inspired by the painting, mimics the repetition in the panels and is shaped like the table to which it’s perpendicular. Harmony is a key ingredient to successfully designed rooms.