distudio's favorite kitchens
This kitchen is a great example of "transitional". Sleek hardware and a more modern tiled backsplash, but classy emphasis on molding style for the cabinets and traditional neutral colors. Beautifully executed design!
I couldn't help but add this kitchen because it is so unique! For once, the architectural details are authentic and functional -- not just made to evoke the "feeling" of a lodge. The stacked riverstone focal wall is impressive, but the overhead condition is the most beautiful detail. I also like the way that they have integrated "distressed" finishes from the rugged butcher block endcap to the rubbed away finish on the cabinets. Well done.
I have been searching for kitchens now for days, and I have been trying to avoid white kitchens. I'm not writing them off, I just want to see some better use of color! This kitchen, however has a lovely balance of creamy tones and rich woods. I couldn't pass it up.
Farmhouse kitchens are very "in" these days, but I like to find variations that aren't so cookie-cutter. The use of color, texture, and materials in this kitchen makes it stand apart from the rest. We still get trad. farmhouse details like the cup pulls and windowpane cabinets but I really like the addition of the mantle-like archway over the cooktop and the seagrass barstools!
This kitchen has an interesting use of pale wood cabinets. Usually you find that pale wood is used in modern settings will sleek or no hardware. But here it is paired with a rich spice-colored wall and the overall effect is that the kitchen doesn't come across too dark. Nice!
yes. just yes.
small, but great.
Use color in a small space. Why not?
wow. every inch adorable.
tidy and sweet!