It's beautiful with the way they mixed so many finishes and colors. I love the tile!
And I've always loved white oak - we have a buffet from DH's grandmother that's white oak. I've thought of similar things she's done in that space too for my kitchen. I can't wait to see her pantry too!
Could be my browser or just the pictures in general, but seems like a bit of red in the wood. Which gives me hope that someday, my red-tinged wood will be back in style.
I'm glad to see a bit more color overall. All white was getting really boring.
Yeah, definitely some warmer tones in there, though white oak is decidedly a neutral wood (compared to its cheaper ubiquitous relative, red oak). I like the mixing of wood tones, plus wood is SO MUCH more durable than painted cabinetry. I have to remind myself that every time I go in my mudroom and wish I had dark green cabinets....alas, oak was practical.
I do wonder how this would look w/more budget-friendly choices. I had to check, that induction stove was over $10K....
I don’t follow her and almost didn’t click the link because it said farmhouse kitchen so I was expecting all white with dark fixtures, the usual. But her kitchen is lovely! Pleasantly surprised it wasn’t the usual “farmhouse” kitchen everyone else is doing.