For early 20th Century revival kitchens, a copper hood blends well with Arts & Crafts oak.
Arts and Crafts is the energizer bunny of styles — it just keeps going. In this kitchen inspired by early 20th century design, the copper hood nods sweetly to the lamps and vases of iconic copper sculptor Dirk Van Erp. So hand crafted. Then there are the elegant Mission style oak cabinets with doors that channel Gustav Stickley furniture.
In just the right house this sage, copper and oak-tone palette is practically archival, down to the pale green subway pillow tile on the backsplash. I also adore the glass-door angled cabinet that is perfect for display. Just a small quibble: a white Heartland Legend that sticks way out? I’d so prefer a black CornuFé!
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