How To Create A Kitchen With Color
Designers Natalie Hodgins and Kate Stuart of Sarah Richardson Design show the power of incorporating color into your kitchen. See how they went beyond the classic all-white kitchen to embrace rich, saturated hues in their client’s space.
The homeowners have a busy house with four children, so layering color and pattern to hide “the sins” of everyday life was essential to the design plan. Grey-green cabinetry and pale grey tiles offer a neutral backdrop for vibrant shades. Burnt-orange barstools pick up the colors in the exotic rugs, and a statement blue La Cornue stove and matching hood offer saturated hits of color. A copper faucet, light fixtures and accessories highlight the copper band on the vent hood, making it the focal point in the space.
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Release Date: February 8, 2016
Featuring: Natalie Hodgins, Kate Stuart
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