One Kitchen Two Ways

How we used one space to create two separate looks

12 May 2020 -

Lately, we’ve been spending a lot of time in our kitchens, and even when we’re not quarantined, the kitchen is one of our favorite spaces in a home.

When it comes to designing and styling them, there are countless ways to do it.

While we usually post new designs in one way on this blog, the reality is, the kitchen is an area of the home that keeps the same bones for a long time. Whether you already have a kitchen you love, or you’re itching to remodel, it never hurts to switch things up, and sometimes it’s easy to forget that hitting refresh doesn’t have to mean new cabinets and demolition.

Today, we wanted to show you a kitchen we designed recently in two different ways, and show you how we used some of our favorite pieces to create completely separate looks in the same space.

This kitchen was designed to outlast trends while still feeling fresh at the moment. We used a traditional pallet of black and white, and added some stand out modern elements like the slate grey island and bold, streamlined pendants.

Look #1:

The Greely Counter Stool

Expertly crafted with acute attention to detail, we designed The Greely Counter Stool with a light and airy, yet sophisticated feel. Woven with aniline dyed leather wrapped around a solid white oak frame featuring slightly tapered legs, this chair instantly elevates your kitchen space with its modern, streamlined silhouette.

Look #2:

The Reeves Stool

When we designed The Reeves Stool, we wanted to mesh contemporary and traditional styles seamlessly, and we think we did just that! From the spindles, to the architectural base finished off with tapered legs, this stool redefines classic design through its thoughtful attention to detail. Crafted from solid, kiln-dried oak and finished in a modern black hue, this bench adds dimension to your kitchen space with ease. 

Date Posted
12 May 2020

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