To keep this kitchen feeling open and airy, windows take the place of upper cabinets. High ceilings are highlighted by a pair of light fixtures and shiplap paneling. Prefinished engineered white oak flooring holds up to lots of wear and tear. The gray color palette is sleek, but warm undertones keep the look from going cold.
The kitchen of photographer and interior designer Benedikte Ugland. From details like the subway tiles, dark cabinetry, hardware and industrial lighting the space decorated with inherited and flea market finds is a highly stylish and personal room. Cabinets are IKEA covered with planks. Faucet and sink also from IKEA, the lighting with cords wrapped around a rod was commissioned by a blacksmith.