Tuesday, August 6, 2013

kitchen candy...smoked and grey


Some kitchen candy to kick of the day, I hope its a good one for all of us.
I love my wooden floors, smoked and black oak from Royal Oak Floors, absolutely the first thing I would do again in my own home.  Smoked oak seems to be having a moment on counter tops and cabinets too.  Pretty pretty...
Gorgeous cabinetry and such pretty restrained styling.

Never thought I would meet a herringbone floor I liked but turns out I was wrong.

French oak in pale grey with an industrial feel. 

A smoked wood cabinet from West Elm, love the round handles.

And finally grey and great art in this lovely extension to a period home.  That painting reminds me of the Tretchikoff's of my childhood, in a good way.  And I love the niche for the statue in the fire wall.

|  Line Klein on CocoCozy  |  Birgitta Wolfgang Dreyer via Remodelista  |  
| Lee Harper Design at Royal Oak Floors  |  West Elm  |   Home Designing  |


1 comment:

  1. I've seen this look before, but never really knew what to call it. I'm totally inspired now! If we ever re-do our kitchen (which hasn't changed since the 1960s besides new paint) I will keep that smokey oak look in mind!

    Hope all is well with you, Eva! :)

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