10th Street RenovationFarmhouse Kitchen, New York
Kitchen Renovation, concrete countertops, herringbone slate flooring, and open shelving over the sink make the space cozy and functional. Handmade mosaic behind the sink that adds character to the home.
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Kitchen. Woltz wanted to get the biggest island possible without losing too much space. The couple poured and cast the concrete countertops themselves. Jonathan made the ash legs on the island and the ash shelves above the sink. Slate floors and a darker paint color on the walls (Calligraphy by Behr) provide contrast to the white cabinets. MDF routed to look like shiplap wood was a less-expensive alternative to the real thing for wrapping the island. “It keeps everything nice, light and bright and adds a ton of character,” Woltz says. Stools: Room
Velvet upholstery, powder-coated metal and other materials can give you a hit of saturated color without overwhelming the kitchen. This is especially true of modern wiry stools like the ones shown here, in which the color only appears as pencil-thin lines. This yellow is super-saturated, but it feels fresh and livable in a small amount.