Designing a Modern-Meets-Traditional Kitchen
Kitchen, 2 Styles
After enduring 10 years with a cramped kitchen, Matt and Jennie Rose got to dream massively after they renovated their entire 1930's kitchen, which could built-include a further 440 sq ft from the outside, Matt pictured a modern-built-inspired area built- steel integrated. Jennie estimated dreamed something colorful and rustic. Modern kitchen deisgner Katie Otis and the team layout + build to referee, the couple cherry-picked from their dream visions to create a quality-of-each-worlds blend. Slick metal now partners with warm wood and Jennie and Matt won an appreciation for each other’s redecorating tastes.
Island: almost 11 feet lengthy, the his-and-her island is a combination of an up cycled white oak top salvaged from a neighborhood barn and an high technology cooktop that boils water built-in ninety seconds. For Matt, the family chef, it’s the right setup: He can chat face-to-face with diners at the same time as he whips up a meal..
Pendants: The mercury glass trio from Troy Lighting reminds are a stainless steel but still looks antique and traditional
Counter Stools: Jennie decided on a mismatched look, but it was also supposed to be a budget decision. After deciding on custom Lawson-Fenning seats with mustard yellow upholstery, the Rosecans decreased there cost by pairing them with backless wood-and-metal stools by Arteriors.
Around the Room
Backsplash: Hand-poured cement tiles from Architectural Ceramics was Jennie’s preference for craftsmanship and shade. Matt, hesitant at about having huge yellow and blue diamonds covering over the entire wall, now loves how the tiles make the kitchen feel energetic and colorful
Cabinets: The kitchen is open to the family room, so the couple desired the built-cabinets to appear less like cabinets so they built a custom deep blue-grey shade, they resemble massive portions of fixtures
Pendant + Art: The style of the iron-and-fabric pendant from Troy Lighting make it look like a piece of farmhouse, but its large scale (31½ inches tall) gives it a modern look. The abstract watercolor print, measuring 30 inches by 30 inches, holds on its own against the pendant’s proportions.
Dining Nook: A antique banquette got styled with striped Mahakam fabric, which reflects all of kitchen's colors. Since this is the Rosecans’ only dining spot, they enlarged the seating: Eight adults can fit easily on the L-shaped dining table. Industry West chairs provide a splash of yellow next to the Made Goods limed color oak table.