Today’s beautiful bachelorette kitchen by Lauren DeBello Interiors echoes the romantic shade of Pantone’s 2024 color of the year – Peach Fuzz. Gorgeous, organically textured tile creates the back splash wall behind white cabinetry. Touches of wood and gold accents complete the stylish, feminine look.
A closer look reveals the uneven surface of the tile, which creates a bit more interest and rusticity. It’s a bit reminiscent of a European kitchen.
The linear floor plan creates a functional work space in the small Nashville dwelling. A black island with marble counter top provides additional work space without a large footprint in the charming bachelorette kitchen.
Are you surprised that Peach Fuzz is Pantone’s chosen color for 2024? I just painted my living room a pinkish shade of peach so I guess I’m with the trend without even knowing it. My master bedroom in my first house was a shade of peach and I always loved it.
I love the irregularity of the bachelorette kitchen tile but I wonder if it’s hard to clean with its uneven surface. Floating shelves house every day kitchen items.
A view from the other side of the kitchen reveals more cabinetry and a large refrigerator-freezer. A trio of pendant lights illuminate the work space.
A gorgeous Turkish runner adds pattern and texture to the bachelorette kitchen with a view into the small living room. The space is light and airy and would appeal to most single ladies.
A pair of pink sling chairs separate the kitchen from the living room and complement the color of the tile perfectly.
You can see more details and photos of today’s bachelorette kitchen by Lauren DeBello Interiors.