Mercer Island: Kitchen + Dining Photo Tour
07/19 Dining

Mercer Island: Kitchen + Dining Photo Tour

Take a tour through this space and see how we bring spaces together on the main floor!

We are back at our Mercer Island Project! Last week you saw the entry and the living room and today we'll be moving on to the kitchen and dining. Yesterday was the webisode, so today is the photo tour! Get caught up with the rest of the Mercer Island Project by checking out the living room and guest bathroom

Not all white kitchens are the same. This one stands out because we have black hardware, a polished nickel faucet, and the obvious star of the show: the waterfall island! It’s not just any waterfall island, it’s thick, bold, and covers the island completely. The marble is full of movement and our client fell in love with it!


When we first started working on the design plans our client was thinking that maybe she wanted white shelves, to create an all-white look with contrasting black. But as we got through the process, we realized that we really wanted them to be a natural wood tone. I'm so glad we went for it, because it’s enough to warm up the space while also bringing out those amazing leather stools.



Everything is centered around this beautiful wood table in the dining room. The black wishbone chairs are great, but even better with the added leather cushion!


We’re loving this linear light that follows the length of the table. It's definitely industrial, but we love how the glass keeps things feeling light and airy! We've been big fans of this vintage rug since the day we saw it, and we’re so glad that our client went for it because it creates this warm, personal feeling that just makes you feel right at home.


The blue artwork is large in scale, tying in with the blue in the rug and the textiles in the living room.  It really brings the whole space together.




We love this beautiful, interesting piece of modern art. It compliments our clients taste and it brings out the blue tones in the rug, bringing the space to life in a subtle, natural manner. 



Redmodel work by Gallagher Construction & Development.

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Studio McGee
  1. Are there bi-fold cabinet doors above the wine fridge? I would love to know more about this feature. I love space-saving design elements!

  2. What brand is the pour over kettle on the stove? And where are the cognac seat cushions in the wishbone chairs from?

    1. I have the same kettle- it’s the Fellow Stagg Kettle! I bought it years ago so hopefully they’ve improved the design, but I’ve had nothing but problems with it.

  3. Love everything about this kitchen. Could you please tell me where to get the tile backsplash? Its excately what I'm looking for. says:

    Love everything! Finishing final details of my kitchen and I’d love to know about the tile backsplash. Its perfect. Thank you!

    1. Hi, did you ever find the source of the tile? I’d like to use as well, and I’ve searched everywhere. I sent an email direct to McGee and they won’t share specifically. 🙁 I’d love to know where to get it as well. Thanks!

  4. absolutely gorgeous! Can you tell me the measurements for the rails and stiles of the shaker cabinets they are perfect and create a classic modern look. Also where I can find the black cabinet hardware? I’m obsessed ! very well done!

  5. I’m late to this site and reveal, but is there any way I can get more details about the waterfall island? I’m particularly interested in how the marble counter is extra thick on one side, facing out, but normal thickness on the opposite side facing in. It’s robust and gorgeous.

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