This is a gorgeous home for super nice people who were a pleasure to work with! I loved the easy and casual style they embraced yet we were able to add a few elegant touches along the way to mix it up a bit. There is not much I do not love about the space!
The dark wood of the island that separates the kitchen from the dining in this open floor plan helps anchor the room.
The hood from Handcrafted Metal is the perfect foil against the textural brick walls.
A pot filler and a small coffee center makes the mornings easy!
oooh la la! Lights from Luna Bella add the twist to the space!
Distressed black walnut tops from Craft Art are stunning!
The wood ceiling is yet another detail that works so well with the overall design and "feel" of the room!
The cabinets are painted "elk horn cactus". A color from ML Campbell
What do you think? Do you like painted cabinetry or prefer wood tones? Do you like the mix of varied materials or prefer more streamlined look and same materials on all surfaces? Weigh in and let us know!
My name is Cheryl Kees Clendenon, a California transplant to Northwest Florida. Been in the interior design business for 14 years and learn something new every day! This blog is about the day to day running of a design business and the crazy clients, silly subs, vexing vendors and exasperating employees! Join us for the ride!