Shabby-Chic Style Kitchen Design Ideas
This project was a rehabilitation from a 1926 maid's quarters into a guesthouse. Tiny house.
NEVA Architecture Intérieure - Interior Design
La cuisine toute en longueur, en vert amande pour rester dans des tons de nature, comprend une partie cuisine utilitaire et une partie dînatoire pour 4 personnes. La partie salle à manger est signifié par un encadrement-niche en bois et fond de papier peint, tandis que la partie cuisine elle est vêtue en crédence et au sol de mosaïques hexagonales rose et blanc.
Schmidt Custom Homes
Jennifer Grey Interiors Design & Color Specialist
Embracing the vintage, and her love for Shabby Chic style, this coastal beach client wanted to retain her original stove, as well as her original kitchen cabinets. We also kept all her vintage china and old appliances. We removed the old tile counter and backsplash, and replaced them with a butcherblock countertop from IKEA, and beadboard backsplash. The farmhouse sink and bridge faucet and vintage style chandelier were also purchased for the new space. Since my client doesn't use the old stove very often, she opted for no hood above the stove. The breakfast nook is quite tiny yet still suitable for morning breakfasts for two.
cab-i-net Design & Remodel Specialists
Ben Meraz Photography
Green Building Supply
Christopher Peters Kitchens and Interiors
tumbleweed and dandelion.com
Photos by Mark Lohman and styled by Sunday Henrickson for Tumbleweed & Dandelion.
Brewster Home Fashions
A cheery kitchen adorned in a lovely Jacobean wallpaper and sunshine yellow accents.
Amos Goldreich Architecture
We completed a luxury apartment in Primrose Hill. This is the second apartment within the same building to be designed by the practice, commissioned by a new client who viewed the initial scheme and immediately briefed the practice to conduct a similar high-end refurbishment. The brief was to fully maximise the potential of the 60-square metre, two-bedroom flat, improving usable space, and optimising natural light. We significantly reconfigured the apartment’s spatial lay-out – the relocated kitchen, now open-plan, is seamlessly integrated within the living area, while a window between the kitchen and the entrance hallway creates new visual connections and a more coherent sense of progression from one space to the next. The previously rather constrained single bedroom has been enlarged, with additional windows introducing much needed natural light. The reconfigured space also includes a new bathroom. The apartment is finely detailed, with bespoke joinery and ingenious storage solutions such as a walk-in wardrobe in the master bedroom and a floating sideboard in the living room. Elsewhere, potential space has been imaginatively deployed – a former wall cabinet now accommodates the guest WC. The choice of colour palette and materials is deliberately light in tone, further enhancing the apartment’s spatial volumes, while colourful furniture and accessories provide focus and variation. Photographer: Rory Gardiner
The Decor Fix
Image by Heather Freeman
Vogt Building Construction Inc.
Tristan Fast Photography