An overabundance of stainless steel is successful due to the balance of details.
Sometimes less is more. On the other hand, sometimes more is better. Such is the case with this stainless steel range wall. It’s not unusual to see a sheet of stainless used for the cooking area backsplash – something architect Ken Linsteadt often does, as shown earlier this week in Modern Farmhouse Kitchen. Custom inset cabinetry was sheathed in the material and paired with Mockett cylindrical knobs and rod pulls. The stainless steel flows from the counters up the side walls and onto the ceiling area of the niche. Even the stained concrete floor color resembles the metal. While a Wolf range usually becomes the main focus, when the entire area is covered in stainless the elements seamlessly blend together, creating a brilliant configuration.