As featured in Denver 5280 Magazine, this 1930s Tudor home fuses the home’s original style with a mid-century modern aesthetic. PentalQuartz in Serra plays a huge role in the design of the kitchen running through the countertops and full slabs forming the backsplash walls. Reminiscent of a warm, white granite, Serra infuses the space with texture. Black iron open shelving adds a bit of industrial style to the mix with the shelves also crafted using PentalQuartz.
By mixing traditional hues with modern shapes and textures, this kitchen design by Duet Design Group feels fresh, yet maintains its classic character. Pendants from Currey & Company bring a flash of brass to the space, coordinating with the hardware on black and blue shaker cabinets by Kitchen Traditions of Colorado. The floors were purposefully kept neutral with a tumbled travertine tiling. For a similar look, explore our Everstone porcelain tile line.
Explore the rest of this eclectic home at Denver 5280: https://www.5280.com/2016/11/old-soul-new-style/