A tiled kitchen ceiling is an over the top design element that need not overpower a room.
An elaborate coffered tiled kitchen ceiling is an over the top design element in this kitchen addition to a Wallace Neff house but by keeping the rest of the room light it doesn’t over power the space. For the ceiling, glazed geometric tiles are done in varied patterns within the same burgundy, gold and green color scheme.
Glass door cabinets are place over windows and remind me of our recent Salie House China Room. The windows extend beneath the upper cabinets bringing natural light to the stainless steel counters. A beverage and serving area is tucked into the corner, adjacent to the breakfast table.
The range area reflects the home’s 1920’s Spanish Colonial architecture with its custom plaster hood and inset relief. Neff is considered to be the father of what is known as California style architecture based on Spanish and Mediterranean styles which draw on a heavy use of tile. The quilted stainless steel niche offers storage and cooking space with its interior shelves and counters. A wood topped island holds a second full-sized sink while copper pots hang from a simple rack above.
(Source: Velvet and Linen)
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