We started planning and designing this new build home in Dallas almost a year ago, before ground had even broken! Needless to say, everyone was very excited to see it all come together.
Great light fixtures were a must in this open kitchen/breakfast area space. We wanted something simple and classic - but also a bit of a statement! The two island pendants from Currey and Co. and this amazing chandelier from Visual Comfort did the trick. The finishes on the two don't match, we think mixing finishes within a space helps to add some character. The mirrored details on the lantern coordinate with the polished nickel on the chandelier to tie it all together.
This home is full of big, bright windows - and the clients didn't want to cover them up with heavy window treatments! We still wanted to dress them up a little bit and add some color, so we opted for upholstered cornice boards instead.
Another favorite detail is the metallic champagne tray ceiling above the island. Little touches like this are so fun to plan and then see come to life. You can't go wrong with the Modern Masters metallics paint collection!
We worked with Framebridge to create a custom family photo gallery opposite the kitchen - and it's one of our client's favorite things in the home. Gallery walls (when done right) can be a great way to fill a large wall and also act an organized space for family portraits. Around here, we like them symmetrical and with matching frames.
They say hardware and light fixtures are like jewelry for a room. Similar to the lighting, we wanted something classic, but still interesting. We chose these nickel bar pulls and round knobs for this kitchen, and we love how they turned out. The contrast between the dark wood island cabinetry and the hardware... 👌
The finishing touch in the kitchen is this gorgeous runner from Caitlin Wilson. After we saw it, nothing else was ever going to work. We love the pop of color it adds!
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