We’re excited to be debuting another one of our projects. We completed this one over a year ago but we’re just getting around to getting everything up on the blog. The Greenwood Project was an exploration of how to make high-contrast design feel clean, fresh and casual. It was actually one of the first projects we did that felt more modern contemporary.
Brass, black and white was the theme in this kitchen. We wanted to offset the starkness so we added in items like the pop-of-color vintage runner, decorated with kitchen accessories and finished the space with walnut stools, a plant and vintage art.
To help make this space feel homey and not too modern we opted for a full-stone, linear fireplace and styled it with some of our favorite art prints.
A modern black hex floor feels instantly modern, while a warm wood vanity and bundles of leafy branches breathe life into the design.
- Wall Color: Paper White by Benjamin Moore
- Trim Color: Extra White by Sherwin Williams
- Kitchen: Misterio by Vicostone
- Master Bath: Misterio by Vicostone
- Kitchen Lower Cabinets: Echelon – Onyx
- Kitchen Upper Cabinet: Echelon – Alpine White
- Master Bath: Echelon – Toffee
- Wood Flooring: Santa Fe – French Oak Magnolia
- Kitchen Backsplash: 4×12 Elongated Hex Tile – White
- Master Bath Floor: Rango Rewind – 8×8 Hex
- Master Shower Walls: 4×12 Ultra Bright White Subway Tile
- Stone: Fon-Du-Lac – Country, white grout