The Mr. Brown London barstools have been coated in a Raoul Textiles material. Olive green tones and mossy grays reference the English panorama outside the home windows of this Shropshire kitchen renovated by design agency Plain English. The prep island on the center of the cook house helps connect the room to its origins as an 1890 farmhouse with freestanding furnishings. Powder-blue cupboards and a sinuous floral wallcovering by William Morris enliven the quaint kitchen in this Southern 1950s ranch.
Brass hardware and coloured cupboards add a good cozier really feel. This kitchen establishes its cozy really feel by using an identical blue tone on the floors and cabinets to beautifully complement all the darkish wood. Instead of a regular cabinetry island, a built-in marble-top table anchors this kitchen. With a vivacious shade and graphic patterns coursing throughout, designer Katie Ridder wanted to find a means to ensure the colorful combine didn’t really feel chaotic in this Hamptons retreat. Rattan furnishings and wooden surfaces just like the cerused rift white oak paneling in the kitchen, “herald an element of calm,” as Ridder defined.
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