A Fireplace and Stone Wall Add Unique Character to a Custom Kitchen
Wood cabinets and a stone wall make an appearance in today’s featured custom kitchen by Lawless Design. The color of the cabinets blends seamlessly with the wood flooring, providing a cohesive look to this amazing kitchen. And then there’s a fun touch with a wall fireplace that adds wonderful warmth and charm to the space.
Two-toned windows allow views of the outdoors while standing at the apron sink. A glimpse of the gorgeous stone wall echoes the colors of the windows and cabinets. Brushed gold hardware on the cabinets enhances the warmth and unique flavor of the kitchen design.
Here’s a full view of the stone wall that adds character and warmth to the room. The custom range and hood are a great adornment and complement the rustic background. One day I will have a stove like this in my own kitchen. They’re just so expensive, but they sure are pretty.
Black bar stools cozy up to the kitchen island for breakfast or a quick snack. Glass-front cabinets are trimmed in black and mimic the windows above the sink. It’s a clever touch.
The small fireplace makes its appearance across from the kitchen island. I love the idea of adding a fireplace in the wall like this. It’s unexpected.
Built-in shelves provide a handy space for cookbooks, plants, and pitchers. I keep buying cookbooks and need to figure out a new way to store them. I like the idea of having them visible in the kitchen.
The black stools look like the Shay bar stools from Pottery Barn. I love them. I wanted to buy the regular dining chair version of them but had to wait too long to get them.
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Absolutely beautiful and inspiring.
I was just reading another blog where she purchased a similar stove early on before their renovations even got started due to the shipping issues now. What an expense for sure but is beautiful. I’m with you Jennifer, one day I say:0)…The same with having some brick or stone in my kitchen..one day!
I’m still not sure I’m a fan of the black window frames. I wonder if I’d tire of them quickly?
I agree I love the stool style.
Would a stone backsplash be appropriate?
We are in the process of redoing a 45 year old house. The kitchen has been my concern due to its size and that I have one of these red knobbed stoves I am moving from our other house. I’ve decided to go with a lighter blue gray cabinet and am going with white windows. I decided in the long run those black windows, although a standout and beautiful, would go out of style and I’d be stuck with them.
I love the stone wall and fireplace, it’s an enjoyable area to cook and eat in.