Yellow and white brocade wallpaper, used like paint, becomes an accent feature on the range wall.
The brocade wallpaper renaissance is in full swing in the kitchen as a way to add pattern and color to walls that is very different than tile. In this classic yellow kitchen, designer Betsy Speert coordinated her yellow and white patterned wallpaper with butter-yellow cabinets and for a cottage-kissed look on both sides of a pro-style range. The adjacent white-painted shelf unit, with Victorian style brackets, has no back — which lets the wallpaper color and pattern shine through. Additionally, this kitchen has a panel-front farm sink with a chunky lip. There are granite counters, too. The island is open at the bottom in the English style and painted a crisp white to match the sink. A pro style range with stainless range guard and matching hood are the modernizing elements in a kitchen with a soft feeling.
(Source: Traditional Home)
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