Project Reveal: All the Textures Breakfast Nook & Kitchen
We're diving into another project reveal today! This particular project was a full scale renovation and furnishing job that we had the pleasure of completing. We are calling this project "All the Textures" because we incorporated so many different textural components. From the rattan dining chairs, to the woven wooden shades, this project is filled with the most beautiful textured elements. Scroll through to see this beautiful project, finishing touches and all!
There is just something about a good breakfast nook right off the kitchen. This one has a large window seat making for the most inviting space. One of the reasons we incorporated so many different textures (besides the fact that our client loved them,) was because we painted the walls, trim and cabinets all the same crisp white color: Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore. We added some additional warmth through the use of wood, rattan, and woven details.
The artwork is an original with a white oak floater frame. Original artwork always seems to add another level of character & depth to the space. This piece was carefully selected for just that purpose. We pulled the colors from the artwork into the decor and accessories.
We replaced all the old, outdated lighting throughout the home with beautiful new fixtures. I could go on and on about how good lighting truly takes a space to the next level. It's the jewelry of a room and always one of my favorite items to select.
For the kitchen, we changed the footprint of the island from a 90's corner island to an L-shaped peninsula. We selected dolomite slabs for this project, which is a natural stone complete with the most beautiful veining.
We decided to incorporate only one finish in the kitchen rather than mixing metals. In this case brass was best! I'm obsessed with these U-shaped counter stools! They are so unique looking and provided the seating we needed without sticking out from the counter too far.
Because there are so many whites in this kitchen, we selected a brick-like backsplash with extra texture to it. We decided not to place grout lines in between each individual tile, (it simply wasn't needed,) and went with this warm brass hardware option.
We hope you have enjoyed our LDCO photo tour of this project. Stay tuned for more of this project coming to the blog soon! To see another project reveal, click here. If you think you might have a project that is a good fit for us, or would like to schedule a consultation, you can get in touch here.