Spring Kitchen with Rach Parcell

See how we styled blogger Rachel Parcell's kitchen!

21 March 2017 -

Rachel Parcell of Pink Peonies loves to entertain, so when she asked us to style her beautiful kitchen, we knew we wanted to make it look beautiful while staying functional.

We filled it with accessories that are both stylish and help her entertain guests with ease. Her kitchen is a modern classic — with lots of white, gold, and marble, it’s a glamorous version of a farmhouse kitchen. It’s warmed up with beautiful natural wood and woven bar stools. We worked to accentuate Rach’s style by creating a feminine farmhouse look with McGee & Co. products!

Photos by Lindsay Salazar

How gorgeous is that spacious island and shining marble countertop?  We wanted it to feel full so we used a big vase with a golden rim to accentuate the lantern, and a natural wooden bowl and pedestal to hold fruit, bring in some warm tones, and create dimension with their varying heights.

Rachel had an element of glam in these glass cabinets by using uniform white glassware. Cutting boards are essential in warming up her all-white kitchen. We chose beautiful options like these wooden and marble boards. A textured, moody, vase will hold the bright hydrangeas and bring out the dark veining in the marble counter top.

This is the farmhouse sink of our dreams! An airy linen towel and our go-to soap really completes the look.

Not only does greenery like rosemary and lavender look fresh and beautiful in the kitchen, but we keep them around for convenient snipping that you can use in your cooking!

Open shelving is always exciting to style, and these were no exception. Rachel loves pink so we subtly threw it in by adding functional accessories like a floral recipe box, a large bowl, and a tinted vase. That pink bowl is perfect for simple decor, to house a salad, or to hold the popcorn for family movie night! We use ginger jars in almost every project because they look amazing and add depth in a bright kitchen like this one. The berry baskets and canyon crock add to the subtle farmhouse theme.

Date Posted
21 March 2017