On the range wall Christopher Peacock uses steel gray subway tile in different sizes & finishes.
Stainless steel as a theme color is a bold move by designer Christopher Peacock, champion of the white kitchen. Yet here we have steel gray subway tile used all over the range wall, inset with a block of smaller metal-finish subway tiles behind the big Viking, where a pot-filler faucet blends in. The stone floor grounds the gray and connects it to the wall color as well.
While gray is prominent, the cabinets are purely white Peacock with the usual refined detailing. A pair glass-door SubZero refrigerators sit next to each other between a pair of kitchen hutches. Soffit cabinets with solid doors run all the way around the kitchen providing an extra level of storage.
In the center, a dark, natural wood island warms things up. And what an island it is: the side facing the range houses a sink with a high-arc sprayer faucet. A piece of two-tone end-cut butcher block — an other Peacock signature we also saw in the Lavender Subway Tile Kitchen — is the elegant counter material that tiles into dark wood for the cabinets below. A half-moon extension of the island, topped with marble, provides informal seating. Above the island, is a handsome custom lighted pot rack done with steel and dark wood. That offers easy access to pots and pans with a decorative bonus.
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