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#StPatrickContest Kitchen & PantryI wanted this project to reflect my personal style, with added hints of green. The kitchen is often the heart of the home, so bringing in woods and soft neutral shades creates a warm and inviting environment. The pantry on the other hand is explicitly green. This creates a moody, yet calming atmosphere, juxtaposing from the light and bright kitchen.
Entering the kitchen through an archway, you walk into a light filled space with ample space. The pantry is accessed on the back wall through a half-glass door, enabling individuals to peak into the deep, rich green of the pantry.
This video showcases the view of what it would be like to live here. Aspects of green contrast against the warm wood tones and soft shades, then entering the pantry encapsulates St Patricks Day.
The kitchen features bespoke shaker cabinets, with brass hardware throughout the room. Marble is used on the worktops, carried on three-quarters way up the wall with marble shelves.
The cabinets are painted in the wall colour used in the kitchen to tie the rooms together. Continuing with the brass hardware from the kitchen, the metal contrasts against the light tones of the cabinets, further contrasting against the rich, deep jewel-toned green on the walls.
This wall feature tongue and groove panelling to add further interest and detail. The shelves are also painted in the same colour on the walls to seamlessly blend in and not deviate from the atmosphere.
The pantry features wider, more prominent shaker cabinets than the kitchen. Flowers in the sink create interest and softens the hardness of the marble countertops and darkness of the walls.
The wall sconces tie in with the farmhouse style of the project, in addition to the brick-like herringbone flooring.