Weathered rattan chairs and sea-glass-toned dishware are all part of the vacation-house vibe. Crisp white cabinetry against pale blue walls reminds us of light clouds on a summer day. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn
The peninsula shape of the kitchen allows the counter space to function as an eat-in kitchen. A pair of polished nickel pendants keeps the dining area lit from above. To keep the dining space kid-friendly, Christina opted for barstools made of woven wicker in a forgiving grey tone. In addition to maximizing space for eat-in kitchen dining, the back wall of the kitchen is packed with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, an integrated pantry and a stainless steel refrigerator.
redesign/rethink the use of space in her house. She’s planning a major kitchen remodel in the next few months, but also wants to freshen up her bathrooms and give the other rooms a breath of fresh air. I’ve put together a mood board for their living room. Like most living rooms it has to serve multiple purposes, in their case it needs to be: 1) a space for adult entertaining, 2) a kid friendly space, 3) a place for overnight guests, 4) a place to watch TV, and also