Mix and matched white and grey PentalQuartz countertops ground an airy and modern farmhouse kitchen by Boulder-based designer Linda Mounce. As featured in the October/November issue of 5280 Home Magazine, the space exudes her “organic modern” style with calming natural tones and textures. Mounce advises clients to keep larger and more permanent features in a home, including countertops, classic and neutral, saving design flourishes for elements that are easily refreshed. Here she balances two-toned quartz countertops with floating open shelving and a soft grey mosaic tile backsplash extending to the ceiling. Greenery and wooden accessories make the space feel welcome and warm.
For a similar Modern Farmhouse look, we recommend PentalQuartz in Statuario for the kitchen island, perimeter countertops in Paloma Honed PentalQuartz and Porcelain Mosaic Tile from our Bits Collection for the backsplash wall.
See more from this calm and cool home in 5280 Home Magazine’s latest issue.