When we meet with new clients to consult about the look and feel for their upcoming space, it’s not uncommon to hear phrases like, “we wanted to get an expert opinion” or “I’m not a designer…” But it was different when we partnered with client Adrienne Rosen, a certified interior designer and proprietor of Adrienne Rosen…
Before I moved into my house, I lived with tiny kitchens. The kind where you open the oven door and hit the countertops. When I moved into my house, I immediately fell in love with my intensely spacious kitchen.
Next in our series is a kitchen designed for a family of seven. This beautiful yet functional space is sure to be enjoyed by the entire family. The main focal point of the kitchen is the gorgeous slate wall along the back. The slate tiles cover the entire wall, drawing your eye through the kitchen.
This Christopher Peacock-inspired kitchen started with a traditional layout, red brick floor and polished brass hardware. Flow between the kitchen and adjacent rooms was awkward due to small passageways and flourescent lighting lacked the warmth the homeowners wanted.