Contrast is an important element when designing. When done properly, it can make a space feel effortless yet striking. This space captures just that. The dark island is clearly distinct from the white cabinets that wrap around the kitchen. The marble countertop adds a hint of sophistication and feels classic.
Products & Brands Used in this Project
- Kitchen Cabinets: Perimeter- Mouser Centra Inset Princeton/Ashland Drawer in Maple Divinity Island-Mouser Centra Inset Princeton/Ashland Drawer in Cherry Magma with Accent
- Countertops: Super White Leather Honed & Imperial Danby Honed Marble
- Backsplash Tile: Walker Zanger Rue Pierre Blanc Antique mixed with Jeffery Court Metropolitan Gramercy Grey
- Faucet: Brizo Artesso
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