This kitchen was such an inspiration during the process. I wanted an all-white kitchen with dark hardwood floors.
White subway tile backsplash was an easy choice. It's affordable and clean.
I agonized over using white marble and decided against it. I enjoy wine too much to risk the serious staining.
I added a little marble with this towel holder. It stays safely away from stains and is useful.
Quartz countertops are a wonderful alternative to marble.
Traditional fixtures won out because I have big plans to mix in some modern touches with lighting and accessories.
For my budget, I had to choose between a gas range and a fireclay sink. I went with this dreamy sink!
Small indoor/outdoor rugs are the way to go under the sink.
I picked a fun Sister Parish fabric to do a cornice on the window above the sink.
For hardware, I love the vintage feel and sparkle of these cup pulls.
I went with these detailed knobs from Baldwin. The great thing about using a polished chrome is the consistency. It's the same no matter what brand.
Everyone talks about stainless steel appliances for a reason: They are a kitchen must.
I can never have enough trays. Everything looks organized with a tray!
Every dining table needs bold lighting. How amazing would a lacquered navy lantern be? I'm swooning.
This rustic table adds warmth and charm to the all-white kitchen.
Café chairs are family friendly, classic, and easy to wipe down.