Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Showhouse Kitchen by Christopher Peacock

I fell in love with snippets of this showhouse kitchen designed by Christopher Peacock, particularly for it's historic nod and it's refreshing venture away from the all-white kitchen! There are actually so many different finishes used here but they are so harmonious, I couldn't have imagined mixing natural ash wood on the drawer fronts with taupe (Farrow and Ball's Mouse's Back) painted cabinet doors but it looks amazing! Then add all those leather straps and brass fittings and it's a glamorous re-take on this 1929 kitchen:

Notice that the island and hood are off-white? If someone described this kitchen to you without showing you, it would sound like too much is going on in one space right?? But it just works.

I've never seen chalk-board painted cabinet fronts look so chic:

All in all this kitchen takes things beyond the current trends and I like it! To see more head to Traditional Home and Christopher Peacock's portfolio here.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Whats the name of this cabinet color and which brand of paint it. Please help me

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