Cardigan quartz is a beautiful alternative to soft and porous soapstone. The combination of this dark and lovely countertop material and white cabinetry is a classic pairing. A touch of brass on the appliances mixes up the metals in the room and keeps it interesting, and adding statement lighting like the iconic Darlana linear lantern along with some warm, rustic wood tones creates a timeless kitchen that family and friends are sure to linger in.
We are loving the deep grey and charcoal tones coming through this crisp white quartz. It’s soft white and grey blend mimic’s marble’s natural veining, giving you the natural look you love, without the constant maintenance marble requires.
Hawthorne will pair perfectly with Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace paint, and light oak wood flooring. We’ve chosen deep charcoal cabinets and gold hardware to ground the space, while adding a soft sage green backsplash to bring some color to one of the most lively rooms in the house!
Open shelving can be a great option for part of your kitchen, and we love the way our Element Zebrano wood brings warmth to the space. In order to keep a more minimal and natural look, our design gurus suggest that you avoid overloading the shelves with clutter.
Changing up your lighting is one of the easiest ways to transform a space to your space, and create an element that is uniquely your own. We chose to go with funky, triangular floating lights to give our kitchen some character. You can even add unique Edison bulbs into the mix to take the flare one step further.
Bar stools are a perfect way to make your kitchen a place for community, as well as cooking. Stools invite people to take a seat and connect with whoever is preparing the meal, and the simple, sleek gold of these bar stools will tie in the other gold elements of this space while adding a pop of color.
The kitchen is truly the heart of the home, and our Hawthorne stone will create an inviting atmosphere full of warmth where you can feel in your element.
Featured Designers: Madyson Bouma, Meredith Matsakis