My Houzz: Black Paint Perks Up This 1930 Nashville HomeEclectic Kitchen, Nashville

Photo: Caroline Sharpnack © 2018 Houzz

Example of an eclectic l-shaped brown floor kitchen design in Nashville with a drop-in sink, recessed-panel cabinets, black cabinets, wood countertops, beige backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and brown countertops —  Houzz
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Janet Paik added this to 9 Kitchens Where Open Shelving RulesMay 22, 2019

6. Dramatic Kitchen Transformation in Nashville Kaitlin Doubleday and Devin Lucien replaced their existing upper cabinets with open shelving to give the kitchen in their 1930s Victorian in Nashville a dramatic new look. The couple worked closely with local home stager and interior decorator Lauren Swedenborg to update their space. Doubleday had the lower cabinets and walls painted a matte black. These seemingly minor updates made a big difference in modernizing the room. “I’m in love with the space now,” Doubleday says. Read more about this homeFind an interior designer on Houzz

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Caroline Sharpnack added this to My Houzz: Black Adds Drama to This 1930 Nashville HomeMar 3, 2018

Doubleday had the existing lower cabinets painted black, bought new drawer pulls and replaced the upper cabinets with open shelving. She also swapped in a new sink, faucet and light fixture. New butcher block countertops replaced the existing granite, and the island top was restained. “Lauren assured me that we could do small budget changes that would make the place look totally new, so I gave up on retiling the kitchen floors,” Doubleday says. “We decided we could somehow make these dated tiles look OK, and she was right!” Along with the changes in the rest of the space, adding colorful, textured rugs also helped make the existing kitchen floors not as noticeable. “I’m in love with the space now!” she says.Basket-weave pendant shade: Cost Plus World MarketThe Pros and Cons of Upper Kitchen Cabinets and Open Shelves

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