We are finalizing the finishes and colours for Crystal’s white kitchen (see the before pics here). These are the two options we discussed.
Marble looking quartz with off-white cabinets and a walnut island with light floors (rift white oak), here are some inspiration pics.
This floor is darker than what we are installing but this is the idea (above).
We are installing hardwood floors (NOT REMOTELY GREY TILE) but the rest of this kitchen fits into option 1.
Here’s another lovely stained island and white kitchen but what do you say about the tile (above)? What is happening in comparison to the white kitchen? And what’s the neutral undertone of the floor tile? Leave your assessment in the comments.
Absolute black countertops, true-white cabinets and rift white oak hardwood floors.
via Style at Home
Via Studio McGee
Which would you choose? Crystal likes the black countertops because she thinks it adds a more masculine element to a white kitchen so that’s what we’re doing.
The last three kitchens don’t have any grey in the flooring making them classic because you can’t identify the trend in which they were installed.
Terreeia and I are in Cabo for 10 days, and we brought my Mom, she’s never been to Mexico so she’s excited (and isn’t my wifey generous to allow my Mom to come along 😉
After doing two events almost in a row in Vancouver and Dallas, we are ready for some rest and relaxation!
Photo by Maria Killam
Tracey emailed me this note with her review of the Vancouver course in February:
“Thank you Maria and team for a fantastic course in Vancouver!! Love, love that through your course I now feel confident to articulate my design choices, together with the visual component of your colour boards, to ensure the client has clarity on both the design process itself and on the value of the design services provided.
This course has reignited my passion for interior design and especially the “business” of interior design. Thank you!” Tracey Menchions Design
Don’t forget to weigh in on the colours in that second kitchen and which kitchen you would choose!
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