A Nashville design duo proves your home can be formal but not fussy.
Laurey W. Glenn
“The kitchen and breakfast nook are open to the family room,” Meg says, “so we united the spaces with a nature-inspired color palette.” The dark finishes of the floors and the island’s wood top add warmth to the creamy white kitchen. A pair of antique wooden chandeliers over the island complete the look and lend a sense of age to the brand-new house. Woven rush stools, an inexpensive catalog find, provide casual seating at the island.
Great Idea! To add symmetry and light in the kitchen, Kimberly chose two antique chandeliers―pretty alternatives to standard pendants.