Hi, it’s Kate Cabiltes!

I came across this home tour featured on Domino by Studio McGee and was in awe of how this Salt Lake City based firm transformed a drab 1930s kitchen to a cozy yet bold room. The open shelving on the squared (as opposed to typically rectangular) subway tiles makes for endless storage and display possibilities. The colors throughout are simple yet eye catching. The jewel toned green cabinets pop against the whites and neutrals and the brass hardware and light fixture add some yellow undertones which make the area shine. Whether you take cues from one of many of the pieces of this look, the transitional nature of this style could easily be mimicked in almost any kitchen.

Here’s how to get the look in your kitchen…

Cordless Roman Shade via Pottery Barn

Gitan Brass Pendant Light via Etsy
English Lake Scene Painting via One Kings Lane
Porcelain Mosaic Tiles via Wayfair
Studio Green Paint via Farrow & Ball
Gingham Linen Napkins via Food52
Champagne Bronze Kitchen Faucet via Build
Sage Sconce via Schoolhouse Electric

Inspiration image via Domino

– Kate