White Brick MediterraneanMediterranean Kitchen, Portland

We chose a dynamic material palette of encaustic concrete tiles for the floor and locally hand-made ceramic tiles for the walls. Painted, rough-sawn beams create visual interest on the ceiling. The counters are solid, thick walnut slabs from locally felled trees.
Photo by Lincoln Barbour.

Inspiration for a mediterranean galley enclosed kitchen remodel in Portland with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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    Hello. Where did you buy the chairs? Thanks
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              seanart740
              Sean Lewis added this to 7 Ways to Bring Fresh Mediterranean Style to Your KitchenOct 11, 2017

              7. Introduce bright, modern furniture. Whether you are building a new kitchen or just want to freshen up an older-style room, consider adding bright, modern furniture. Swapping out dark tables and chairs for lighter, brighter furniture can drastically change a space on a minimal budget. This kitchen includes two bright red chairs that don’t match any features in the room; they do, however, add a new, fun element that feels fresh and contemporary. The simple, clean lines of the chairs contrast the more traditional architecture. Exposed beams and a plaster-finish oven hood are also elements of Mediterranean style. In this case, both have been painted white for a clean, contemporary look.Find modern red chairsMoreKitchen Workbook: 8 Elements of a Mediterranean KitchenMediterranean Style in 11 Design Details

              cathylara
              Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Global Flavor for a Mediterranean-Style HomeNov 19, 2012

              "Like most homes, it's where the family congregates. The kitchen is a dynamic place to be," says Helgerson. A built-in bench and a pair of stools let the entire family enjoy informal meals by the window. Wall paint: Mascarpone, Benjamin Moore

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              jmortimore
              jmortimore added this to AltamontSep 29, 2019

              Wood counter tops and seating. Windows.

              dparker426
              Denise Parker added this to Patrick KitchenJul 30, 2019

              Wood counter top, archway, glass cabinets

              stephanie_dowdy98
              Stephanie Dowdy added this to KitchenJun 30, 2019

              painted beams. cabinets. floors.

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