Decorating & Design

December 29, 2020

A Graphic Black & White Kitchen Stuns With Statement Stone

Designing a kitchen that not only looks good but also works hard might seem like a tall order, but for designers Erin Feasby and Cindy Bleeks, it’s just another day on the job. “It needed to be transitional enough to work in a late-1800s Victorian row home,” says Erin of the 11- by 16-foot space. “We envisioned something cool and urban that was still warm and comfortable; a place to share a cozy meal or to host an impromptu cocktail party.” They accented a spacious island with marble-look porcelain, hung statement lighting above and added a sliding ladder to access an upper bank of cabinets.

Scroll down to tour this graphic galley kitchen!

Author: Emily Evans

Alex Lukey


House & Home December 2020


Erin Feasby & Cindy Bleeks, Feasby & Bleeks Design