We know you’ve been waiting for the next moodboard, but the wait is over with this month’s inspiration, a gorgeous kitchen designed by House of Bohn. This stunning kitchen was one of our top 25 entries in our 2016 Builder & Designer Challenge, and when you see this space, you’ll know why! If you’re looking for some #AllWhiteEverything kitchen inspiration that’s truly finished and fit for a queen, we’ve got you covered.
You can get the look of this gorgeous kitchen by designing your space around a bright white color with pops of natural elements and architectural interest. You might want to sit down before you scroll any further.
What immediately caught our eye was that spectacular coffered ceiling featuring trim elements from our Fashion Forward Collection. By choosing cabinets that go all the way up to the ceiling, the design draws the eye upward to the dramatic custom ceiling. The consistent bright white palette on the walls and cabinets makes the architectural interest the real star of this space, and gives this design a polished feel.
Forgoing pendant lights and instead using recessed lighting minimizes distractions and lets the ceiling shine even more.
The palette steals the show
This space is completely on trend with the all white palette. The color, Cloud White by Benjamin Moore, is clean and elegant, definitely a kitchen fit for royalty. However, it can be easy for a white kitchen to feel stark—but not in this design. The pops of steel and natural wood elements break up the white, while the yellow fruit and metallic vases serve as accents to brighten and warm up the entire space.
Speaking of steel, we’re beyond in love with those commercial grade appliances! Could someone ship that fridge to our offices please? If there was any doubt that this was chef’s dream kitchen, there isn’t anymore.
Up next is the details
We’re completely in love with the eat-in area in this kitchen. House of Bohn chose a stunning modern white table to contrast with the more transitional elements in the crown moulding and ceiling. The dining chairs are another opportunity to warm up the space, and House of Bohn chose a modern silhouette in a cozy suede.
Last, but most certainly not least, is the masterful use of our Fashion Forward Collection glass door leading to another room. The door serves multiple purposes: glass connects the two rooms and lets in light, while also breaking up the space even more with a different texture.
Inspiration from our curated Pinterest board
If you’re as in love with this design as we are, you’re going to love this board.
Our takeaways from this month’s moodboard? #AllWhiteEverything is a definite yes for kitchens, and a bowl of lemons is the perfect pop of color without having to commit.
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