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THREE KITCHEN LOOKS WE LOVE
Dated: November 13 2016
Whether your space is big or small, your style is traditional, modern, or somewhere in between, great kitchen design begins with a functional sense of space that flows with foundational pieces of purpose. Start with the basics: Made-in-America lighting and hardware, heirloom-quality furniture and storage — and yes, a quality-crafted kitchen sink — and you've got the ideal jumping-off point for a dream kitchen design.
1 | ECLECTIC INDUSTRIAL
Designed, engineered & crafted in their Portland factory, the distinctive parabolic bell of the Haleigh pendant is striking at any angle. A mixed-material space complete with industrial stools, open shelving, and a colorful accent rug, this eclectic room shines with interest, texture & warmth.
2 | CLASSIC & CALM
An authentic reproduction of a light first made in 1915, the Hood pendant's wide-open top was originally designed to vent heat from that year's "hottest" bulb. Pushing this historic design in new directions, the designers and engineers have created new shade shapes that still honor its rich and storied past. Paired here with decorative tiles and the iconic design of the Nicolle stools, this space pays tribute to days past with classic and timeless style.
3 | MODERN WARMTH
Featuring a cloth-covered cord and available in a variety of colorful, lightweight spun-aluminum shades, the versatile Butte pendant borrows from both industrial and modern design. Styled here in an all-white kitchen, it offers a pop of contrast and abundant light for the task at hand.