Andrew Pike Interiors, an entry into our 2016 Builder & Designer Challenge, converted a former church into this spectacular loft! We have a soft spot for the eat-in kitchen because it seamlessly pairs contemporary design with refined style. The result is an undeniably stylish room that seems above the fray of constantly changing trends.
Walking into this room, we immediately notice the wood and white palette that dominates the space. Here again, Andrew’s team is balancing the aesthetic using natural wood and sleek white. Pops of leather, grey and metal break up the eat-in kitchen and show off contemporary style with the help of lighting and kitchen finishings.
Our Very Square Collection ties in the adjoining rooms. The rift cut white oak doors and the crown moulding are stained to match the wood used for the kitchen cabinets, which feature the same crisp look that’s so eye-catching.
Take a peek at this month’s moodboard as inspiration for your next kitchen reno or DIY project—we love that tufted kitchen bench!
We searched high and low for the pieces needed to get the look for our —uh, your— next kitchen project. Those leather barstools that are somehow much more refined than rustic? You can find their long-lost twin at West Elm. The modern kitchen chairs to match that beautiful table are the Navy Chairs from Emeco. But to really get the look, you’re going to want some sleek Very Square interior doors. Luckily, we know just where you can find them.
The curated Pinterest board, “Upscale, Contemporary Kitchen With New York Style” will give you a closer look at Andrew Pike’s masterful work on this home. For inspiration, click through our newest board.
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