The kitchen renovation in this updated 1900s Craftsman-style Seattle house is both colorful and functional. Stunningly redesigned by Kayron Brewer of Studio KB, the galley layout was transformed while maintaining the home’s classic charm. Small bump-outs in the back and side of the kitchen add square footage, and an existing narrow doorway and wall were removed for improved flow and easier access to the dining room. A peninsula now provides seating for casual meals and acts as the new divider between the two spaces.
A rich neutral palette was combined with bold jalapeno-colored walls to add pop and create a more lively atmosphere. Sand-colored PentalQuartz counters in Sahara are perfectly suited to the blend of grey and beige tones that create interest and balance. Greys can be found in both the ceramic subway tile backsplash, and the porcelain tile floor that was chosen for its durability and ease of maintenance. Also part of the project, an improved lighting scheme utilizes both recessed cans and decorative fixtures with separate controls and dimmers to create different moods.
More details about this cheerful and creative kitchen remodel in this Houzz article!