This pretty white kitchen with loads of character designed by Bunker Workshop is one of my favorite kitchens I’ve ever featured here on The Anatomy of Design. I love the mix of old and new, and I hope you enjoy taking a second peek at it today.
Want to learn more about this room? Head here.
Looking for some copper accents for your own kitchen? This post can help you out!
Like you need any reasons to use subway tile, but here are 4 anyway.
Luxurious details at minimal prices make this kitchen look stunning…learn how you can use this technique in your own home!
So many small details in the Room of the Week all work together to create a gorgeous room that is both functional and stylish. The large swaths of luxurious marble, shiny copper accents, perfectly aligned cabinetry, and the ceiling-height tile backsplash all showcase quality workmanship and materials. However, if you would like the same look there are many options at every price point for similar materials that provide the same luxurious impact…here’s how I would put together a similar kitchen on a budget.
SOURCES: Brass Pot Rack | Copper Faucet | Copper Measuring Cups | Calcutta Formica | Hickory Laminate | Double Farmhouse Sink | White Subway Tile | Blue Mason Jars
One of my favorite details in the Room of the Week is the ceiling-height backsplash of white subway tile. It’s classic color and shape helps connect the brick in the room with the rest of the kitchen design in a seamless way that will never go out of style. Subway tile is definitely a trend for the last decade, but it’s timelessness means it’s here to stay. Here are four reasons you might want to try subway tile in your kitchen!
SOURCES: ONE | TWO | THREE | FOUR | FIVE | SIX | SEVEN
Brass has been the trendy metal of choice the last few years, but copper is taking over this season. The faucet, pot rack, and group of canisters add a lot of warmth to the almost all white Room of the Week kitchen. You might not be ready to change your faucet or make holes in your walls for a new pot rack, but there are still lots of ways to add copper kitchen accents in your own space.
Here are a few of my favorites from around the web…
COUNTERTOP: counter | pendant light | canister | soap dispenser | salt & pepper mills | mugs | salt & pepper shakers | shot glasses | cocktail shaker | jug | candlesticks | pitcher | party tub
TABLETOP: Rug | table runner | round placemat | charger | napkin | flatware | butter dish | tray | DIY Stool
Any favorite copper accents you have found lately?
Adding onto last week’s discussion about fall trends this year, I am featuring this gorgeous kitchen designed by Bunker Workshop. The kitchen’s minimal design incorporates luxurious materials (copper, marble) in refined ways, creating a timeless design.
What’s your favorite luxurious or minimal detail in this kitchen?