An amazing Azul limestone tile wall with circular window is a stunning feature in this transitional kitchen. No upper cabinets on the range wall was a no brainer. The round interior window occupies the spot where, usually, there is a hood. Keeping the clean, uncluttered look is possible in a larger kitchen where extra lower cabinets meet storage needs. The counters are also done in the same soft gray-green limestone. A neutral color palette stays interesting with the use of textured materials — reclaimed barn wood ceiling, beams and pine flooring. Oversized copper lanterns and upholstered, swivel barstools with enormous nail head trim add textural embellishments.
On the other side of the window is the dining room, where the surprise is revealed: the round interior window was placed in thick wall to bring more natural light into the kitchen. On either side of the window are a pair china closets (the second closet is just out of view to the right). Buff concrete Peacock Pavers and painted wood ceiling add even more charm and character.
(Source: Beth Hontzas Photography via Style Blueprint)
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