“The husband worked with us at every level, choosing the color combination of the custom floor tiles, species of wood for the island and open shelves, and even trying out the cabinet pulls to make sure the depth was comfortable for his hands,” Nastasi s
A classic breakfast nook would’ve been a misuse of this corner of the kitchen, especially with the dining room so close. Instead, we opted to do a little breakfast bar. This saves space, but also gives an extra food prep area or a great serving spot for all of their parties or gatherings they’re sure to have.
designed by architect Wilson Fuqua, with interiors by Theresa Rowe. love the contrast in this kitchen. white grout keeps the black tile from overpowering and the gold accents really make the space pop.